Seu Jorge  

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Seu Jorge (born July 8 1970) is a Brazilian musician, composer, and actor. Seu Jorge has gained international through the critically acclaimed film City of God as Mané Galinha, and then played Pelé Dos Santos in Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, for which he provided much of the soundtrack in the form of Portuguese language cover versions of David Bowie classics.



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