Born in Rio de Janeiro and raised in Sao Paulo where she studied in the State Academy of arts, receiving a diploma with honours after the eight years term in Ballet, contemporary dance, acting and art history. Her first contract was in 1991 by the “Watt’s Dance Company” in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she danced repertoire ballets like Giselle, Swanlake, Don Quixote and others. The next year she received the first and second prices for classic ballet and Jazz respectively in the National Dance Festival in Joinville, Brazil, the most important in the Country. In the same year she collaborates as an actress for television spots for C&A, Varig airlines and Coca-Cola. At the age of 19, Crisaide decided to widen her artistic horizon on an international level and traveled Europe. Only one year later Crisaide was casted for a leading part in the new television series Marienhof, which shortly after had become the most popular series on German prime time television. Along with the series, Crisaide became a huge success and a star in Germany and many European countries. Marienhof was on air for 18 years and in more than five different countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Finland or Italy. This role opened possibilities to show her talent in another outstanding series in German TV, as ‘Der Fahnder’, ‘SOKO 5113’, ‘Der Kleine Moench’. Her participation in the musical ‘Tabaluga & Lilli’, musical composed by the famous German musician Peter Maffay, marked her return to the Theater and dancing. There she met the artistic director of the ‘Pasodos dance company’ where she worked as a dancer for the past 6 years. In 2011 she makes a comeback in German television with the role of Patricia Villanova in the series “Verbotene Liebe”. The time in Spain brings out her participation in the TV series R.I.S. Cientifica, with Jose Coronado in the leading role and her latest project “Re-evolution” where she plays a multi language role as a tv reporter.