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TV Pays Tribute to Nuno Graciano, Highlights Importance of Mental Health

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TV Pays Tribute to Nuno Graciano, Highlights Importance of Mental Health

On the 'In Family' program of Saturday, December 9, the TV paid tribute to Nuno Graciano, who passed away on April 7. Lara Afonso, a friend and colleague of Graciano shared a touching tribute about him, emphasizing the importance of asking for help during times of sadness and the irrelevance of work compared to health and love. She remembered Graciano as a loyal friend and a mentor in her professional life, expressing her outrage and sadness that he died feeling sad, warning about the impact of sadness on mental and physical health.

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The Special Tribute Show

Maria Cerqueira Gomes and Rúben Rua announced a very special tribute program in honor of Nuno Graciano. Rua praised the communicator, who 'filled our house with joy' and good spirits. The TV channel aims to connect all families, and together, they wanted to bring joy and entertainment to the confined people.

Remembering Nuno Graciano

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Several tributes to Nuno Graciano, the presenter who died at 54 following a heart attack, have been multiplying these days. Jean Cremona, a Brazilian musician, recalled one of Graciano's last jobs outside television, working as a public relations officer in a restaurant in Cascais. The artist lamented that 'Uncle Baldy' did not have the opportunity to return to the small screen.

A Friend in Need

Lourenço Ortigão, a friend and actor, took some time to react to the unexpected death of the ex-presenter last Thursday, December 7, a week before his 54th birthday. His emotional tribute to Nuno Graciano reflects the friendship that connected them in good times and, above all, in bad. Graciano died following a heart attack that left him brain dead. He leaves behind four children: Gonçalo, 25, and Tomás, 21, from his relationship with Patricia Chester, and Matilde, 18, and Maria, 13, from his relationship with Bárbara Elias.

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