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Paula Tooths

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Paula Tooths
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Born January 31, 1978 (age 40)
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Residence London, England
Nationality Italian
Other names Paz
Years active 1980-present
Website paulatooths.com

Paula Tooths (also known as Paz) (born 31 January 1978) is a journalist and executive producer from London, England.[1][2]

Early life

Tooths was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and moved to United Kingdom when she was still young. She attended Law University and also has a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology.

Career

Tooths’ first media appearance was in 1980 at age three on a speech about sustainability.[3][4] She started to work on media in 1998 for a TV station (Radio e Televisao Bandeirantes) in Brazil.

In December 2001, she moved to Australia[2] and became an international correspondent with Bandnews TV. In 2003, she founded TOOTHS Communication, offering services in journalism, executive production and voice over. She covered the Olympics, World Cup, presidential elections, presidential debates, Miss Brazil beauty contest and worked as a journalist and producer. She signed an executive production on Brazilian carnival events in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador for four years and was executive producer on the realization of the concert of Red Hot Chili Peppers in Rio de Janeiro in 2002.

Tooths was a regular collaborator on the “Blog do PP,’ writing about English football, in particular the Premier League. She wrote a column called ‘’Tooths a ver” on the site ‘Mandando pra Rede’.,[5][6] where she mostly wrote about sports. She wrote about other general subjects in her column called ‘Era uma Vez’ for many years on the now extinct newspaper, A Hora.

Tooths had her international articles printed for the first time on the front page in 2006, and 2007 on A Hora (Goiania, Brazil). In 2012, she was invited to Lisbon Radio to lead the comments of the Champions League final (Chelsea vs Bayern).

In 2012, she signed the edition of a fiction book for teens, Green Snake 9: volume 1, which is available in over twenty countries. In 2013, she published her first book in the United KingdomEunoia and later that same year, Mandala Coach Therapy. The full version comes with a deck of divination cards and there is also a black and white limited edition version.

In December 2014, Tooths published Be Fit & Fab, book which is a narrative on how she lost 30 kilos and got in shape in her late 30’s by working on a daily basis. In 2015, she had a massive coach project realized, Be unstoppable – Get Anything You Want,[7] and published a book with the same name. Tooths is also an ambassador for Maxflow Sports since 2013.[8]

References

“Brasileiros em Londres – Paula Tooths : canal londres”.

 

“Folha Online – Educação – Cursos de línguas no exterior ganham descontos e novos destinos – 05/11/2001 12h52”. Folha.uol.com.br. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Press Corner”. Paulatooths.com. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Paula Tooths – ARTIGO”. Oocities.org. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Paula Tooths – OPINIÃO”. Oocitites.org. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Paula Tooths – OPINIÃO”. Geocities.ws. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Be Unstoppable”. Paulatooths.com. Retrieved 2015-12-17.

 

“Paula Tooths”. Maxflowsports.com. Retrieved 2015-12-17.