Sabrina Sato Biography

Sabrina Sato Rahal (born February 4, 1981) is a Brazilian television presenter. She was a contestant on Big Brother Brasil 3 (2003) and a hostess on comedy program Pânico na TV from 2004 until 2013. Since 2014, she has her own show on Record TV.

Personal life

Sabrina Sato was born in Penápolis, São Paulo. Her mother is Japanese and her father is half-Swiss and half-Lebanese.

Television career

= Big Brother Brasil and early career

In 2003, she was cast in Big Brother Brasil 3, finishing sixth overall. Sabrina reclaimed celebrity by joining Pânico, a comedy troupe that hosts a homonymous radio show on the popular youth-focused radio station Jovem Pan. In the show, Sabrina made fun of her own intellectual limitations and her Caipira accent.

= Pânico na TV

In September 2003, a pretty popular radio show in Brazil, Pânico, acquired its own television show, named Pânico na TV, which premiered on Rede TV. Sabrina became the show's main reporter, normally pulling risky or unusual tricks, such as having her body covered with bees, lighting candles by fart, being buried alive, allowing a scorpion to sting her on her bare backside, belching the lyrics to songs/ stories, and even eating bugs.

In 2006, she made headlines by announcing she would leave Pânico. Soon after she released her first single, "É Verdade" (her catchphrase and also "It's true" when translated), talking about her departure. Later, she came back to the show later on and it was revealed that everything was just a publicity stunt.

She posed nude twice for Playboy Brasil, being the first Asian Brazilian to be on the cover.

Filmography

= Television

2003: Big Brother Brasil 3...herself

2003 - 2011: Pânico na TV ...herself

2012 - 2013: Pânico na Band...herself

2014–present: Programa da Sabrina...herself

= Movies

2002: Back to Gaya... Princess Alanta (Brazilian Dub)

2004: A Cartomante ... customer

2006: Asterix and the Vikings ... Abba (Brazilian Dub)

2013: O Concurso... Martinha Pinel

2014: Khumba ... Mama V (Brazilian Dub)

2014: A Grande Vitória... Daniela

= Dramas

2001: Porto dos Milagres ... Tchutchuca

1989: Cortina de Vidro ... Meg

References

External links

Official website

Loja Sabrina Sato

Sabrina Sato at IMDb

Sabrina Sato

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