Carlos Eduardo dos Santos Galvão Bueno, known as Galvão Bueno, is a Brazilian on-air personality and nationwide play-by-play announcer for Rede Globo, where he hosts Formula One races, Brazil national football team matches, key Brazilian football championship matches and top sporting events.
|Born:||Carlos Eduardo dos Santos Galvão Bueno, 21, 1950, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Occupation:||Football, Formula 1 commentator|
|Employer:||Rede Globo, SporTV|
|Children:||Carlos "Cacá" Bueno, Paulo "Popó" Bueno|
|IMDb:||Galvão Bueno's IMDb|
About Galvao Bueno
Play-by-play announcer who has announced Formula One races and Brazilian soccer matches for Rede Globo. He has been the voice of the Brazilian national team internationally, beginning his streak of consecutive FIFA World Cup tournaments announced in 1994.
As a teen living in São Paulo, he practiced volleyball, soccer, swimming and other sports. He studied physical education in college.
He is the inspiration behind the popular Brazilian internet meme "Cala a Boca Galvão," which originated during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
He married Desirée Soares in 2000. He is the father of racing drivers Caca Bueno and Popó Bueno.
He was close friends with late racing driver Ayrton Senna.
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- Football people in Brazil
- Formula One journalists and reporters
- Brazilian motorsport people
- Brazilian sports broadcasters
- Brazilian television presenters
- Association football commentators
- Motorsport announcers