Lúcia Moniz

Lúcia Moniz


Ana Lúcia Pereira Moniz (born September 9, 1976) is a Portuguese singer and actress. Moniz represented Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 and has released four music albums to date. She has also acted in several television shows, in theatre, and in films, most prominently Love Actually.Magnolia was a very successful platform for her follow-up release, 67, which was recorded in Boston. It was made with her longtime producer Nuno Bettencourt and co-producer multi-instrumentalist Anthony J. Resta and released by EMI (Portugal) in 2002. The album was named after the number of days it took to complete.Moniz returned to the music scene in 2005, three years after the release of 67, with the album Leva-me p'ra casa ("Take Me Home"). This album differed from her previous two, being sweeter and softer.After a six-year gap Moniz released her fourth album Fio de Luz (2011). With 10 tracks, three of which are sung in English as usual in her albums, this album talks about the positive encouraged life.Moniz reprised her role from Love Actually for Red Nose Day Actually, a short-film sequel that was broadcast on British television in March 2017.

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