Raffaella Carrà Net Worth
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 18, 1943|
|Place Of Birth||Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy|
|Height||5′ 6″ (1.68 m)|
|Profession||Actress, Soundtrack, Writer|
Raffaella Carrà Died
The iconic Italian singer, actress, and presenter Raffaella Carrà died this Monday at the age of 78.
“Raffaella has left us. She has gone to a better world, where her humanity, her unmistakable laugh, and her extraordinary talent will remain forever,” Sergio Japino, who was her partner for many years, wrote in a statement.
Carrà, who enjoyed great popularity in Latin America and Spain in the 1970s and 1980s, had been battling a disease for some time.
“For some time, the disease attacked her body, so tiny but so full of overflowing energy,” wrote Japino, who highlighted “her unstoppable strength, which imposed him at the top of the world star system, and an iron will that never she abandoned her to the end, making sure none of her deep sufferings leaked out. “
Throughout her career, Carrà, who had no children, became known for popular songs such as “You have to come to the south”, Party “, Hot, hot” or ” In love everything is starting”, as well as the charismatic presence in Italian and Spanish television programs.
A versatile artist
Born as Raffaella María Roberta Pelloni on June 18, 1943, in the Italian city of Bologna, she had her first participation in the cinema playing little Graziella in “Torment of the past” (1952).
By then she had moved to Rome, where she received classes in classical dance at the Centro Experimental de Cinematografía.
From that moment she participated in more than 80 film and television productions.
With her charisma on stage, she appeared on multiple music and comedy shows on Italian television, where she gradually became very popular.
In the 1960s she traveled to Spain, where she filmed films such as “El Caballero de la Rosa Roja” and “El mando del infierno”.
She also began recording songs in Spanish, with lyrics catchy and spicy that made it a myth in Spanish society, which was very conservative at the time.
She was considered a muse of freedom among the LGBTI community, applauded for songs like “Lucas”.
In 1985 she was awarded the Spanish Civil Merit Medal.
Her interview and quiz show “Hola Raffaella”, on Spanish Television, was one of the most popular of the 1990s.
Her popularity led her to tour several Latin American countries, such as Argentina, Chile, and Mexico , where many of her songs were already hits.
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