Rosemary Clooney - singer and actress
Rosemary Clooney was born in Maysville, Kentucky on May 23, 1928.
She made her singing debut at age 13 on the radio. She gained popularity in the 1950's as a singer and actress. She sang such hits as "Mambo Italiano", "Hey There" and "Come On-A My House". As an actress, she starred alongside Bing Crosby in White Christmas in 1954. She also made a cameo on ER with her Academy Award winning actor and nephew, George Clooney.
Rosemary had five children with José Ferrer. Their first son, Miguel José, was born in 1955. He was followed by Maria Providencia in 1956, Gabriel Vicente in 1957, Monsita Teresa in 1958 and Rafael Francisco in 1960.
She died from lung cancer in June 2002.
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