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Jussanam Dejah

“Jussanam was born in Rio de Janeiro and she has lived and worked in the Icelandic capital , Reykjavik, since 2008 and became Icelandic Citizen in June 2011 by the Icelandic Parliament due her artistic habilities, contribuition for Icelandic Cultural life and strong relation with Iceland and its people” Before becoming a singer, Jussanam was an established actress, performing in a number of Brazilian television dramas and in the Brazilian theater. She also worked dubbing movies, soap operas and animations, contracted by the Herbert Richers Studios for several years before moving to Europe. Her first CD “Ela é Carioca” was produced by herself in Iceland with songs by Tom Jobim and released in 2009 in the Salurinn with support of the Kopavogur city


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