Pedro Manuel Barata de Macedo Lima (born Luanda, April 20, 1971) was a Portuguese-Angolan actor, best known for appearing in telenovelas in Portugal. He is also a former Olympic swimmer
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He represented Angola in 1988 and 1992 at the Summer Olympics.
Lima participated in several swimming contests but never advanced past preliminaries. In 1988, he was disqualified from the Men's 50 m freestyle, finished 62nd in the Men's 100 m freestyle, 42nd in the Men's 100 m butterfly. In 1992, Lima finished 43rd in the Men's 50 m freestyle and 53rd in the Men's 100 m butterfly. Lima also won a gold and bronze medal at the 1991 All-Africa Games, he won the gold medal in the Men's 50 m freestyle and a bronze in the Men's 100 m butterfly
As of 2018, Lima holds two national records for Angola the 50 m freestyle record set at the 1991 All-Africa Games of 23.98 seconds and the 100 m backstroke record of 59.30 seconds.
After being invited to host a TV show about cinema called Magacine, he has had roles in Portuguese soap operas like O Último Beijo, Ninguém como Tu, Fala-me de Amor, Ilha dos Amores and A Outra. He also starred in the 2009 movie Second Life.
Lima was married to model Anna Westerlund, with whom he had four children. He also had an adult son from a previous relationship with Patrícia Piloto.
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