Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera is a Brazilian singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He is credited with co-founding the popular heavy metal band Sepultura where he was the rhythm guitarist and lead singer until 1996. Massimiliano Antonio Cavalera is currently associated with the American heavy metal bands, Killer Be Killed, Cavalera Conspiracy, and Soulfly. He co-founded Cavalera Conspiracy with his brother in 2007.
Igor Cavalera is a Brazilian musician best known as the former member of the band Sepultura where he played the drums. Igor Cavalera co-founded the band along with his brother Max Cavalera in 1984. He is currently a part of the American heavy metal supergroup Cavalera Conspiracy alongside his brother.
Brazilian economist and politician Dilma Rousseff served as the president of Brazil from 2011 to 2016, becoming the first Brazilian woman president. She has also served as former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s Chief of Staff earlier and has been part of various energy-conservation groups.
Daniella Cicarelli is a Brazilian former TV show hostess and model. She is best known for her association with MTV Brasil where she hosted the famous blind-date show Beija Sapo from 2005 to 2007. Daniella Cicarelli is also known as the former fiancée of popular football player Ronaldo; she was engaged to him for three months in 2005.
Paulo Jr. is a Brazilian musician who performs as the bassist in the popular heavy metal band Sepultura. Paulo Jr. is also renowned for his charity work. Since 1999, he has been organizing a series of football charity games every year.
Aécio Neves is a Brazilian economist turned politician. He is the former president of the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB) and was the 17th governor of Minas Gerais. He is currently a member of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies. He was born into a family of politicians and has been the subject of many controversies, including corruption charges.
Wagner Lamounier is a Brazilian musician and economist. He is best known as the original vocalist of the popular heavy metal band Sepultura. He is also credited with creating and leading the band Sarcófago from 1985 to 2000. Sarcófago continues to be revered by death metal fans for having influenced the most extreme spectrum of heavy metal music worldwide.
Lygia Clark was a Brazilian artist best remembered for her installation work and painting. Clark discovered methods for viewers to interact with her work that dealt with the relationship between self and the outside world. Along with other important Brazilian artists, Clark is credited with co-founding the Neo-Concrete Movement. In 2014, one of her works was sold for $1.2 million.