Child actress from ‘Dona Beja’ is mistaken for Grazi Massafera’s daughter

Grazi Massafera and Ana Carolina Leite in ‘Dona Beja’ – Instagram Reproduction

On the afternoon of this Friday (08), Thank you Massafera used social media to show followers a little behind the scenes of ‘Dona Beja‘, a reinterpretation of the soap opera shown in the 1980s. In the records, the child actress who played the protagonist in her childhood ended up being confused with the artist’s daughter with Cauã Reymond.

– Continues after ad –

On her official Instagram profile, Grazi published a sequence of photos and a behind-the-scenes video from the HBO Max soap opera, which will debut in 2024. In some records, Ana Carolina Leite appears alone and alongside the veteran.

Grazi Massafera appears characterized as Dona Beja and fans react

Some internet users quickly thought that the child actress was Sofia, Grazi’s heir. “Daughter of a mermaid… A mermaid is”, commented one. “It must be an incredible emotion to see that the seed has sprouted and is growing, following in the footsteps even earlier than her mother, congratulations Grazi, the greatest love in the world… congratulations on your beautiful daughter and the talent that came from your DNA”, he said other.

– Continues after ad –

Only not. The child actress in question is Ana Carolina Leite, 10 years old, who will play Beja when she was still a child. The girl is from Campo Grande, in Mato Grosso do Sul, and was elected Mini Miss Brazil 2021. She has also acted alongside Rômulo Estrela, and in 2024, she will debut on the big screen with the film ‘Escola de Gênios – Uma Aventura Perfect’, from Globoplay.

– Continues after ad –

Grazi Massafera talks about her second pregnancy and opens up about Sofia

Check out the post, swipe:

‘Dona Beja’ is a reinterpretation of the soap opera shown in the 1980s on the now extinct Rede Manchete and which at the time was presented as ‘Dona Beija’. To make the period soap opera, HBO Max built a scenic city in Rio de Janeiro. With the intention of adapting to modernity, the adaptation written by Daniel Berlinsky and António Barreira will gain more racial diversity in the cast, as well as a more feminist tone.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.