Catarina Furtado - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Catarina Furtado’s height is 5ft 6¼in (1.68 m)

Catarina Furtado (born August 25, 1972) is a Portuguese television presenter, actress and UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador. Catarina was born in Lisbon in 1972 and is daughter of RTP journalist Joaquim Furtado. Throughout her successful career on television which started in the early 1990s, she has worked for SIC and RTP television networks, as well as the radio stations Rádio Comercial and RDP Antena 3. While an underage girl, Catarina had a short non-talking role in the film Non, ou a Vã Glória de Mandar directed by Manoel de Oliveira. Later on she starred in films like Killing Time (an English film that appeared in the Cannes Film Festival), Fatima (an Italian movie by Fabrizio Costa), Anjo da Guarda and Pesadelo cor-de-rosa, among others. Catarina’s first big success was as a presenter on the TV show Top + on RTP, a Portuguese program featuring popular music videos and the national weekly record chart. It was a music show that first illustrated Catarina’s natural talent and beauty, and led to her hosting a MTV Portugal program on the SIC network, years before Portuguese MTV was founded. She went on to do a variety of shows, including Treasure Hunt (Caça ao Tesouro), on SIC television, which was often shot on location in Portugal’s smaller towns where Catarina arrived in a helicopter.

First Name: Catarina
Last Name: Furtado
Birth Full Name: Catarina Cardoso Garcia da Fonseca Furtado
Born: 25 August, 1972
Birthplace: Lisbon, Portugal
Height: 5ft 6¼in (1.68 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: Portuguese
Occupation: Television Presenter, Actress, Writer
Filmography: À Espera (2013), Os Filhos do Rock (2013, TV Show), Cidade Despida (2010, TV Show), Liberdade 21 (2008, TV Show), Animal (2005), Love Online (2005, TV Movie), Música no Ar (2005, TV Show), Maria E as Outras (2004), A Ferreirinha (2004, TV Show), A Minha Familia É Uma Animação (2001, TV Show), Ganância (2001, TV Show), Teorema de Pitágoras (2001, TV Movie), Uma Noite Inesquecível (2001), Uma Aventura (2000, TV Show), O Lampião da Estrela (2000, TV Movie), A Noiva (2000), Jornalistas (1999, TV Show), Sweet Nightmare (1998), Longe da Vista (1998), O Anjo da Guarda (1998), Siamese Cop (1998), Fatima (1997, TV Movie), Drinking & Bleeding (1997, Short Film), Killing Time (1997), Summer Moments (1996), Amor & Alquimia (1995, Short Film), Assassino da Voz Meiga, O (1994), ‘Non’, ou A Vã Glória de Mandar (1990), Xutos & Pontapés – Sai Prá Rua (1987), Cruzamentos (-, TV Show), Outras Histórias (2010), Dar Vida Sem Morrer (2009), O Buraco (2006, TV Movie), Príncipes do Nada (2005, TV Show), Pequenos em Grande (2005, TV Show), Catarina.com (2002, TV Show), Uma Noite de Sonho (1995, TV Show), Nossas Estrelas, As (1994, TV Movie), Grande Noite, A (1994, TV Movie), Impossible Choices (2016), Cook Off: Duelo de Sabores (2015), Sociedade Recreativa (2015), The Voice Portugal (2014, TV Show), Prémios Lumen: Gala RTP 57 Anos (2014), Chefs’ Academy (2014), Há Tarde (2014), Agora Nós (2014), Câmara Exclusiva (2014), Feitos ao Bife (2013), Só Visto! (2013), Globos de Ouro 2012 (2013), Com amor se paga (2012), O Grande Teatro do Mundo (2012), Gala Prémio Autores (2012), Circo de Natal 2012 (2012), Um Por Todos (2012), 2ª Gala Prémio Autores (2011), Boa Tarde (2011), A Tarde é Sua (2011, TV Show), Quem Tramou Peter Pan? (2011, TV Show), Cinco Sentidos (2011), Circo de Natal RTP (2011), Gala Estrela Maior (2011), A Voz de Portugal (2011), 5 Para a Meia Noite (2010, TV Show), Herman 2010 (2010, TV Show), Dar Vida Sem Morrer (2009), Luís de Matos Mistérios (2009), Episódio Especial (2008, TV Show), Fama Show (2008, TV Show), Jogo Duplo (2008, TV Show), À Procura de Sally (2008), Gala RTP 50 Anos (2007, TV Movie), Gala Causa Maior (2007), Dança Comigo (2006, TV Show), Cuidado com a Língua (2006, TV Show), Gala Contra – 1 Década (2006), Príncipes do Nada (2005, TV Show), Pequenos em Grande (2005, TV Show), Gala Pirilampo Mágico (2005), Você na TV! (2004, TV Show), Festival da Canção 2004 (2004, TV Movie), Operação Triunfo (2003, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 2002 (2003, TV Movie), Festa do Gil (2003), Festival RTP da Canção 2003 (2003), Globos de Ouro 2001 (2002, TV Movie), Catarina.com (2002, TV Show), MTV Video Music Awards 2001 (2001, TV Movie), Às Duas Por Três (2001, TV Show), Noites Marcianas (2001, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 2000 (2001, TV Movie), HermanSIC (2000, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 1999 (2000, TV Movie), Quem Quer Ser Milionário? (2000, TV Show), Pequenos e Terríveis (1999, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 1998 (1999, TV Movie), As Mais Belas Canções de Natal (1999), Herman 98 (1998, TV Show), Canções da Nossa Vida (1998, TV Show), Geração Fantástica (1998, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 1997 (1998, TV Movie), Globos de Ouro 1996 (1997, TV Movie), Magacine (1997, TV Show), Gala 5º Aniversário SIC (1997, TV Movie), Gala Super Model of the World (1997), Faltam 2 Anos para o Ano 2000 (1997), Mundo VIP (1996, TV Show), Caça ao Tesouro (1996, TV Show), Globos de Ouro 1995 (1996, TV Movie), Ilusões (1996), Falatório (1996), Alta Voltagem (1996), Ligações Perigosas (1996), O Filme da Minha Vida (1996), Praça da Alegria (1995, TV Show), Uma Noite de Sonho (1995, TV Show), Nossas Estrelas, As (1994, TV Movie), Grande Noite, A (1994, TV Movie), Prémios Bordalo 1993 (1994), 86-60-86 (1994, TV Show), Chuva de Estrelas (1993, TV Show), Grandes Planos (1993, TV Show), Top + (1991, TV Show), Fungágá da Bicharada (1976, TV Show), Dá-me Música (-, TV Show)

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