He began his career as an actor in amateur theater at the College Sacred Heart of Mary, where he studied. Attended "The Tablado," with Professor BernardJablonski and Group staff participated with Roberto Bomtempo and Tom Roney Vilella. In 1989 he joined the program X or Xuxa, produced by TV Globo between 1986 and 1992 as part of the second generation paquitas. Was chosen as the new Pituxa in March 1989, replacing Louise Wischermann, the first Pituxa. Paquitas and led the group received this nickname for being the "baker" group, ie, she was themost distracted and "payer of mico" girls. She Solou songs like Bud Legal and sang "parts" of others, as Paquitas Joyful and Fairy Godmother (so good)!
In 1990 the Group began participating Basement, based in Villa Lobos Theatre, where he developed a personal language through scenic investigations, physical and vocal. He was part of this group until 1994, when he began to write the novel "Four byFour" by Carlos Lombardi.
Leticia group recorded two albums Paquitas, the 1989 and 1991, and participated as paquita films like Dream of Summer, Moon Crystal and Black Gaucho.
[Edit] Career as an actress
After a few guest appearances in 1992 comedy The Trapalhões, Leticia made a debut in the soap operas play the character Debbie, a cameo in Farewell Single.
Some years later, with the withdrawalof actress Adriana Esteves, Leticia won his first major role in 1994 when the actress debuted as Babalu, one of the seven protagonists of the telenovela Four by Four. Surprising everyone, Leticia's character as well as their interpretation, were the highlights of the novel, turning the hairdresser Babalu most popular character in the book written by Charles Lombardi and one of the most populartelenovelas in the context of the 90s.
In 1996 Giovanna played the character in the first phase of the acclaimed telenovela O Rei do Gado. Under the direction of Luiz Fernando Carvalho, Leticia had the opportunity to act with great actors like Raul Cortez, Antônio Fagundes, Eva Wilma and Vera Fischer, in scenes whose levels of design and construction approach the cinema.
In 1997 participated inZaza, Beatriz as the cook, again paired with her husband Marcelo Novaes. In 1999, Leticia returned to television as the villain Maria Regina in Suave Veneno. Initially it was sharply criticized by exaggerations in the interpretation of the character, but in the course of the plot Maria Regina ended up giving a comeback and becoming the best novel. About this, José Wilker said in an interview: It'sgreat work of Leticia Spiller. She was massacred by the press and suddenly surprised me by maturity. With only 25 years, heard everything with your head up and then reevaluated what I was doing. Today, I think she is one of the best works of this novel.
With the success of his previous character, Leticia was invited to star in Splendour, telenovela shown in the schedule of 18h in 2000. Thefollowing year, the actress refused embody Jade, the protagonist of The Clone, a role that ended up with Giovanna Antonelli. [Citation needed] At the time, the actress was devoted to theatrical show The Falcon and the Emperor, which was responsible for adaptation of the text, production, direction and acting - alongside Jac Fagundes. Based on the work of the Greek Nikos Kazantzakis and the Persian Rumi,the show was presented in several Brazilian cities and is described by the actress as the work of his life. [Citation needed]
He returned to television in 2002 when he played another protagonist 18h, Diana's Passion for Flavour. In 2004 he was invited by Aguinaldo Silva to join Senhora do Destino, plot appears at 20 hours. Leticia gave life to Viviane Perón, ambitious first lady of the town of...