Mel Lisboa Alves, AKA Honey Lisbon is a Brazilian actress and Instagram model who lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her Instagram handle is mellisboa.
Why Is Mel Lisboa Famous?
Mel Lisboa is famous for her recurring roles in popular Brazilian Television shows like “Lenita” on Like a Wave and “Carla” on Seven Sins. On Instagram, she is known for posting photos of herself in various costumes.
Date Of Birth
January 17, 1982
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande Do Sul
Mel Lisboa is the daughter of the astrologer Cláudia Lisboa Alves and the musician Bebeto Alves. Her husband’s name is Felipe Rosseno and they have two children together, a son, Bernado, and a daughter, Clarice.
She got married to Rosseno in 2008 after divorcing her ex-husband Daniel Alvim.
Apart from her love for acting, she loves traveling and spending time with her family.
Who Is Mel Lisboa Dating?
She is married to Brazilian musician Felipe Rosseno.
Mel Lisboa Dating History
Mel Lisboa was married to Daniel Alvim, a Brazilian actor, from 2004 to 2008. She met and started dating her now husband, musician Felipe Rosseno, that same year. The two have been married ever since.
Mel Lisboa Social Media
Mel Lisboa is known by her handle @Mellisboaalves on X, formerly known as Twitter. She has more than 175k followers.
On Instagram, she has over 500k followers. Her Instagram photos usually get anywhere between 6k to 25k likes. There is a professional contact link on her Instagram page.
About Mel Lisboa
Mel Lisboa began her career in acting at a young age. She participated in school plays and gained early exposure to the world of theater.
Her breakthrough role came when she was cast as the protagonist in the Brazilian television series “Presença de Anita” in 2001. This role brought her widespread recognition.
She has appeared in numerous Brazilian television series, including “Carga Pesada,” “A Casa das Sete Mulheres,” “Viver a Vida,” “Os Dez Mandamentos,” and many others.
In addition to her television work, Mel Lisboa has also been involved in Brazilian cinema. She has appeared in films such as “Onde Anda Você” and “Cleópatra.”
Lisboa is known for her advocacy work on issues such as gender equality and women’s rights. She has been an outspoken supporter of causes related to gender equality in Brazil.
In a 2009 interview with TPM magazine, she declared herself an atheist.
She loves her career and she seizes every opportunity to promote her passion.