Deborah Secco Biography
In 1994, Deborah Seccos acting prowess went on fool bloom when she appeared on the TV series Confissões de Adolescente, wherein she played the role of Carol. Five years later in 1999, this hot and sexy actress appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine. Deborah Secco also joined the cast of the popular soap opera Suave Veneno, portraying the character of Marina. More acting opportunities followed, as she became part of the cast of Laços de Família in 2000 as the bratty rogue Iris. In 2001, she had her first major protagonist role as Cecilia in A Padroeira.
She appeared once again on Playboy magazine in 2002, as well as starred in this time a comedy soap opera, O Beijo do Vampir, which was her first foray into comedy Deborah Secco went back to drama in 2003, where she became the lost and demented Darlene Sampaio in Celebridade, which became one of her most notable performances throughout her career .
In 2005, Deborah Secco worked on the drama series America, where she played the role of Sol, a woman that has the dream of earn the life in the United States even though she is to be an illegal immigrant. In 2006, she participated in the celebrity dance contest Dança no Gelo, where she finished third place. During the contest, she fractured two of her ribs. Her most recent work was in 2007, where she worked on the movie Paraiso Tropical, as the prostitute Betina.
Deborah Secco has been involved with famous Brazilian personalities, among of which where actors Dolabella and Mauricio Mattar, musician Marcelo Falcon, and football player Roger.