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Marcos Mion in 2006
Marcos Chaib Mion
(1979-07-20) July 20, 1979
|Occupation||TV host, actor, voice actor, businessman|
Marcos Chaib Mion a.ka. "Marcos Mion" (born July 20, 1979, in São Paulo) is a Brazilian TV host, actor, voice actor, author and businessman (Partner of V.Rom). Mion studied Philosophy at Universidade de São Paulo, and later graduated in Communication and Body Arts at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo.
He started his career on TV as an actor in 1999, on the Rede Globo's show Sandy e Júnior. In 2000, he went to work on MTV Brasil, hosting the shows Supernova and Piores Clipes do Mundo (Worst Videos in the World, in Portuguese). With the success of the latter, Mion was hired by Rede Bandeirantes in 2002, where he hosted the show Descontrole, known for a lot of live improvisation.
He later returned to MTV Brasil, hosting the shows Covernation, The Nadas, Mucho Macho, Descarga MTV, and Quinta Categoria.
In 2006, he portrayed Emílio Redenção in Rede Record's telenovela Bicho do Mato. Later, in 2010, his work with the network continued as he started to host his own show Legendários, which as of December 2016 is still ongoing. Also, he is a blogger of R7 
In 1994, his old brother, Marcelo, died after an accident in Sao Paulo Museum of Art, he fell in the ground-level plaza under the building’s sizeable free span. This event was a spark to put Mion in a deep depression and addicted to drugs.
Mion is an advocate for his autistic son, Romeo. In 2016, Mion wrote a Christmas book about his son. Later, in 2019, Mion published an English social media message, with a translation in the caption: "Autism is not a disease, do not try to 'cure us', try to understand us."
Awards and Nominations
|2018||UOL TV and Famous Award||Best Presenter "critics"||Winner|
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- "João Gordo vai entrevistar políticos em novo programa da Record". Terra.com.br. Retrieved 3 December 2009.
- "Blogs". R7. Retrieved 12 June 2010.
- "Mion revela que não gosta da fama e quer voltar a atuar". Terra.com.br. Retrieved 12 April 2002.
- Daniel Castro (18 May 2012). "Marcos Mion apresenta Ídolos; Rodrigo Faro terá programa diário". R7. Retrieved 19 May 2012.
- http://www.r7.com, R7-. "Marcos Mion". Marcos Mion (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-02-21.
- Redação da Terra (20 January 2004). "Marcos Mion confirma volta para a televisão". Terra.com.br. Retrieved 26 March 2015.
- Bruno Motta (November 11, 2009). "MTV investe no humor". UOL. Retrieved 26 March 2015.
- "Marcos Mion: 'Já usei drogas na minha adolescência'". Virgula (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-02-21.
- "Perfil de Marcos Mion no IG". IG.com.br. Retrieved 26 March 2015.
- "Marcos Mion comemora 10 anos de casado e reúne famosos em São Paulo". Yahoo! Celebridades. Retrieved 26 March 2015.
- Mion, Marcos (2016). "A escova de dentes azul". livrariacultura.com.br/. Livraria Cultura. Retrieved 2019-04-19.
- Mion, Marcos (2016). "A escova de dentes azul". autismoerealidade.org.br/. Autismo e Realidade. Retrieved 2019-04-19.
- Dias, Patrícia (2018-04-02). "Marcos Mion se declara para filho portador de autismo: 'Orgulho imensurável'". http://www.webedia.com.br/. Retrieved 2018-04-02. Text "Purepeople" ignored (help); External link in
- CARAS Digital (2019-03-27). "Marcos Mion desabafa sobre filho autista: "Não tente 'nos curar', tente nos entender"". https://caras.uol.com.br/. Retrieved 2018-04-02. Text "caras.uol.com.br/" ignored (help); External link in
- "Mion é eleito melhor apresentador por público e crítica: "Reconhecimento"". tvefamosos.uol.com.br (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2019-07-05.
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