Regina Duarte

1947 - Today

Regina Duarte

Regina Blois Duarte (born February 5, 1947) is a Brazilian actress who briefly served as Special Secretary of Culture, a cabinet position in President Jair Bolsonaro's federal administration, from March to May 2020. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Regina Duarte has received more than 105,650 page views. Her biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 2,369th most popular actor.

Memorability Metrics

  • 110k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 48.89

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 25

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 1.75

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 4.28

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among actors, Regina Duarte ranks 2,353 out of 8,832Before her are Ulrich Thomsen, Rhea Perlman, Tony Musante, Inna Churikova, Pierre Blanchar, and Michael Berryman. After her are Queen Latifah, Brenda Fricker, Jon Polito, Pierre Étaix, Suzy Delair, and Elizabeth Banks.

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Among people born in 1947, Regina Duarte ranks 233Before her are Jacob Bekenstein, Bogdan Tanjević, Nina Fyodorova, Joe Walsh, Soe Win, and Salvatore Sciarrino. After her are Harry Redknapp, Hassan Shehata, Vladimir Petrov, Viktor Klima, Michel Berger, and Fernando Savater.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, Regina Duarte ranks 265 out of 1,296Before her are Ana Maria Machado (1941), Euclides da Cunha (1866), Neco (1895), Roberto Moreno (1959), Paulo Evaristo Arns (1921), and Jaime Lerner (1937). After her are Oreco (1932), Alfredo Ovando Candía (1918), Emerson (1976), Luiz Bonfá (1922), Zé Maria (1949), and Júlio Baptista (1981).

Among ACTORS In Brazil

Among actors born in Brazil, Regina Duarte ranks 11Before her are Vera Fischer (1951), Rodrigo Santoro (1975), Antônio Fagundes (1949), Lucélia Santos (1957), Susana Vieira (1942), and Morena Baccarin (1979). After her are Tony Ramos (1948), Anselmo Duarte (1920), Jennifer O'Neill (1948), Eliane Giardini (1952), Nathalia Timberg (1929), and Glória Pires (1963).