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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Uga Uga’s
home country is:
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

A young, orphaned man raised by an indian shaman in the wild, is found by his grandfather and returns to his estranged family where he discovers himself as the heir of their wealth.

Country: Brazil

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Portuguese

Release Date: May 8, 2000

Also Known As: Uga-uga, Uga uga |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (Livre, 12)

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Rede Globo de Televisão

Cast

Moacir Alves
as Antiquário
Hugo Gross
as Batista
Míriam Pires
George Bezerra
as Zeca
Marcos Breda
as Gumercindo
Louise Ladvocat
as Teca
Geórgia Gomide
as Gerda
Roberto Bonfim
as Pajé
Sílvia Nobre
as Crocoká
Elias Gleizer
as Ceguinho
Luiz Guilherme
as Turco
Vanessa Nunes
as Penélope
Lúcia Veríssimo
as Maria Louca
Alexandre Schumacher
as Zen
Ricardo Petráglia
as Detective Roberto
Gabriel Braga Nunes
as Otacílio
John Herbert
as Veludo Herrera
Cláudia Lira
as Suzy
Marcella Muniz
as Nurse
Danni Suzuki
as Sarah
Paula Burlamaqui
as Kate
Jardel Mello
as Delegado Cunha
Danilo Ribeiro
as Nocaute
Mateus Rocha
as Ari
Luciano Szafir
as Pepê
Jefferson Brito
as Funcionário da academia
Rachel Nunes
as Tuiuiu
Emanuelle Soncini
as Patuapá
Lima Duarte
as Nikos Karabastos
Bianca Castanho
as Ametista
Afrânio Mello
as Jornaleiro
Cláudio Mamberti
as Paulão
Wolf Maya
as Felipe Arruda Prado
Isadora Ribeiro
as Marlene
Cláudia Liz
as Patrícia
Nair Bello
as Pierina
Taís Araújo
as Emilinha
Jorge Pontual
as Mutuca
Luiz Fernando Guimarães
as Comandante Varela
Nelson Freitas
as Nilo
Vick Militello
as Dominatrix
Marcello Novaes
as Beterraba
Arnaldo Klay
as Maurício
Isabela Lobato
as Josefina
Tato Gabus Mendes
as Anísio
Fernanda Lobo
as Gorda na lanchonete
Inês Galvão
Rita Guedes
as Stella
Mariana Ximenes
as Bionda
Beth Erthal
as Violeta
Carlos Bonow
Leonardo Serrano
as Mandioca
Beth Lammas
as Madá
Edwin Luisi
as Francis
Delano Avelar
as Argel
Stepan Nercessian
as Guerra
Danielle Winits
as Tatiana
Lauro Santana
as Boy
Augusto Vargas
as Beto
Sílvia Pfeifer
as Vitória
João Camargo
as Padre
Tetê Vasconcelos
as Ruivão
Alexandre Zacchia
as Jambo
Marcos Pasquim
as Casemiro Van Damme
João Carlos Barroso
as Pereirinha
Mário Gomes
as Ladislau Pomeranz
Marcos Frota
as Nikos Júnior
Oswaldo Louzada
as Moretti
Osvaldo Mil
as Geraldão
Tatyane Goulart
as Lilith
Humberto Martins
as Bernardo Baldochi
Joel Silva
Harmonia Amorim
as Dona de bar
Juliana Baroni
as Shiva Maria
Lolita Rodrigues
as Carmem
Sadi Pimentel
as Dono de bar
Cássia Linhares
as Lulu
Mônica Mattos
as Tânia
Viviane Novaes
as Patrícia
Alexandre Lemos
as Dinho (Bernardo)
Hilda Rebello
as Freira
Clarice Niskier
as Amélia
Nivea Stelmann
as Guinevère Anísio
Betty Lago
as Alice/Brigite
Joana Lima Verde
as Bruna
Hairton Júnior
as Ivone Shirley
Ewerton de Castro
as Nervous Husband
Norma Geraldy
as Norma
Heitor Martinez
as Rolando
Maria Ceiça
as Rosa
Ângelo Paes Leme
as Salomão
Denise Fraga
as Mag
Pia Manfroni
as Penha
Marlus Otávio
as Mané
Cláudio Heinrich
as Adriano Karabastos/Tatuapu
Oswaldo Loureiro
as Querubim
Françoise Forton
as Larissa Guerra
Rodolfo Freitas
as João Paulo
Marcela Rafea
as Dóris
Vivianne Pasmanter
as Maria João
Vera Holtz
as Santa
Marcelo Faria
as Amon Rá

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2000 | 221 Episodes

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Troféu Imprensa, Brazil 2001

Nominee

Troféu Imprensa, Brazil

Best Drama (Melhor Novela)

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