Rosemary Clooney Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Rosemary Clooney

This Biography is about one of the best Singer Rosemary Clooney including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of  Rosemary Clooney
Real Name Rosemary Clooney
Nick Name Rosenary Clooney, Roesmary Clooney, Rosie, Rose Mary Clooney, the Clooney Sisters
Famous as Singer
Nationality American
Religion Catholicism
Personal Life of Rosemary Clooney
Born on 23 May 1928
Birthday 23rd May
Died At Age 74
Sun Sign Gemini
Born in Maysville
Died on 29 June 2002
Place of death Beverly Hills
Diseases & Disabilities Bipolar Disorder
City Kentucky
Family Background of Rosemary Clooney
Father Andrew Joseph Clooney
Mother Marie Frances Guilfoyle
Siblings Nick Clooney, Betty Clooney, Gail Stone
Spouses/Partners Dante DiPaolo, Jos Ferrer, Jos Ferrer
Children Miguel Ferrer, Rafael Ferrer, Monsita Ferrer, Gabriel Ferrer, Maria Ferrer
Awards 2002 – Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award 1999 – Grammy Hall of Fame – Hey There
Personal Fact of Rosemary Clooney

Rosemary Clooney was a popular American actor and cabaret singer in the fifties and had the No.1 hit Come on-My House to her credit. The famous Hollywood actor George Clooney is her nephew. The singer started her singing career with Betty Clooney, her sister as a duo in bands and on radio before she decided to go solo. She had several other hit numbers to her credit such as This Ole House, Hey There, Half as Much, Tenderly, Mambo Italiano and Botch-a-Me to name a few.

Though she was a successful as a Jazz vocalist her career was doomed in the Sixties due to problems like her drug addiction and severe depression. But during the seventies, when Bing Crossby, one of her former co-stars, asked her to perform with him at a show that marked his fiftieth anniversary in the show business, her career got the much needed boost.

When Betty, Rosemary’s sister died at the age of 45 due to a brain aneurysm, she organized a memorial for her departed sister in association with the Betty Clooney Center at Long Beach in California for all those young adults who are brain-injured. She performed there every year so that she could raise funds for the foundation. Read on to know more about her life and works

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