Suzana Alves or Tiazinha (birth name Suzana Ferreira Alves) was born on August 3, 1978 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. She is an actress, singer, dancer and is considered a sex symbol.
Biography and Career :
Her career was launched after her appearance as a dancer in the show H at Band when she was 21 years old, student at Communications. Many people saw her and soon, an entire industry of t-shirts, dolls, candies and other things with her name on them was developed. She was spotted and brought in the attention of everyone in the industry and she even was offered her own show "As Aventuras de Tiazinha". The release of a music album was the next step for her.
Being so popular, many nightclubs offered her the possibility to have her own striptease number and she took advantage of the s
ituation, asking for 5,500$ per number. She was present at the Carnival in Brazil and of course conquered many men. The Playboy magazine proposed her to appear in the magazine and she accepted. It was one of the best-selling ones of all times.
Her parents are Geraldo and Dona Lucia and she lives in the same house with them. She got the job as a host of a children's television show and she also gives advice to adolescents regarding sex. Some of her hobbies are practicing martial arts, ballet and playing jazz. With the entire life ahead, there's no doubt she will have success in everything she will desire to succeed.
- Height: 160 cm
- Weight: 51 kg
- Measurements: 36"C - 24" - 36"
- Her fame came after she became the character Tiazinha and wore a black mask and of course sexy lingerie.
- "I think Tiazinha is very good for women...A lot of women are embarrassed to do stuff like this and so their husbands start looking for another woman."
- Cheiro do Ralo, O (2006)
- Boleiros 2 - Vencedores e Vencidos (2006)
- Cidadao Brasileiro" (4 episodes, 2006)
- Mandrake" (2005) TV Series (unknown episodes)
- Casa dos Artistas" (2001) TV Series
- Aventuras de Tiazinha, As" (1999) TV Series
- Xuxa Requebra (1999)
- A Caixa (1994).
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