the new yorker Irene CaraAmerican singer who achieved international fame by winning an Oscar for the song “What a Feeling” from the movie “Flashdance” (1983) and his participation in “Fame” (1980), died at his residence in the state of Florida (USA). USA) at 63 years of age, with no cause of death disclosed.
Judith A. Moose, president of the Media Group communication group, was the one who announced the news of the artist’s death on Twitter this Saturday who was born in March 1959 in the heart of the New York Bronx to parents of Latino origin.
I can’t believe I had to write this, let alone publish the news. Please share Irene’s thoughts and memories.”wrote Cara’s publicist, who managed to be recognized worldwide for her songs and interpretation from the movie “Fama” (1980), a film that was an icon of the early eighties.
Cara’s popularity came suddenly with her participation in “Fame”, directed by Alan Parker, playing the role of Coco Hernández, where he took advantage of his Hispanic origin to give life to that Latino character.
The New Yorker, in addition to characterizing herself as Coco Hernández, He performed the main song of the well-known film that came to light at the beginning of the eighties.
The artist had taken her steps from a very young age, almost a child, when she began to dance and act on Hispanic television, which helped him to make himself known in the United States and obtain a small role in the film “Aaron Loves Angela” in 1975.
At the beginning of her career, the figure of her mother influenced her, who enrolled her in music and acting classes, which At a very young age, she was a finalist in the “Little Miss America” pageant.
Cara, at just 8 years old, released an album with songs in Spanish and in the cinema she participated in the musical “Sparkle”, her first big title, which was followed by his participation in the series “Raíces. The following generations”, in 1979.
He had made his debut at just 5 years old in a Broadway musical, a start that he later reinforced with a supporting role in a series alongside Bill Cosby, Rita Moreno and Morgan Freeman.
With Coco Fernández, as a dance instructor at a music school center in “Fama”, He obtains the key role of his life in which he shows unquestionable acting skills, recognized with a Golden Globe.
Cara becomes a musical revelation in that film with the interpretation of the songs “Fame” and “Out Here on My Own” thanks to two Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Best Pop Female Artist.
The film then gave way to a television series that also carried the name of “Fame”.
In 1983 he interpreted the main song of the soundtrack of the film “Flashdance”, which had great international success and was nominated for four Oscars, one of which went to the Latin artistcorresponding to the Best Original Song.
In the eighties, in 1986 she married Conrad Palmisanoa stunt double in Hollywood, a relationship that lasted until 1991.
The artist’s career has already begun to decline and in 1987 he released the album “Carismatic”, although he had legal problems with his representatives.
In the 90’s he retired from show business until in 2001 he recorded the hit “What a feeling”, which gave rise to founding the group “Hot Caramel”.
Cara’s career faded until she passed away anonymously at her Florida residence.
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