Miriam Pacheco Freeland was born and raised in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro and started her artistic career at the age of four, when she started studying ballet. At the age of nine, she decided to become an actress. Started studying theater when she was 11. After three years, did her first professional play. Her debut on TV occured when she played a small role in _"Viagem, A" (1994/II)_, but she only received attention from the public while doing O Cravo e a Rosa a few years later. Her first and until now only child was born in 1999 and she did a play written by Nelson Rodrigues, Engraçadinha. Then, after several auditions, she received the role of Beatriz in Esperança (2002), a TV series written by Benedito Ruy Barbosa, where she got to work with talents such as Emílio Orciollo Neto, Ana Paula Arosio and Lucia Verissimo.
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