Romina Power

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Romina Power
(64th anniversary)
2 October 1951 
Los Angeles, California, USA 
5' 10" (1,78 m)

 She is a singer and actress, known for Dulce Justine (1969), Nel sole (1967) and L'oro del mondo (1968). She was previously married to Albano.

Romina Power was born on October 2, 1951 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Romina Francesca Power.

Albano (26 July 1970 - 20 July 2012) (divorced) (4 children) 

Daughter of Tyrone Power and Linda Christian; older sister of Taryn Power; stepsister of Tyrone Power Jr.; adopted sister of Ann Power; granddaughter of Tyrone Power Sr. and Mrs. Tyrone Power; niece of Anne Power and Ariadna Welter; mother of Ylenia CarrisiYari CarrisiCristèl Carrisi and Romina Carrisi-Power; aunt of Tai Dawn Seeff (daughter of Taryn Power and Norman Seeff), Anthony Tyrone Sales, Valentina Fox Sales (children of Taryn Power and Tony Fox Sales), Stella Bianca Greendeer (daughter of Taryn Power and William Greendeer) and Tyrone Keenan Power (son of Tyrone Power Jr. and DeLane Matthews); sister-in-law of Carla Collins; former sister-in-law of Norman SeeffTony Fox Sales, William Greendeer (ex-husbands of Taryn Power), DeLane Matthews (ex-wife of Tyrone Power Jr.) and Franco Carrisi (younger brother of ex-husband Albano); former daughter-in-law of Carmelo Carrisi and Jolanda Ottino (parents of ex-husband Albano).

Together with her ex husband Albano, she twice achieved 7th place at the Eurovision Song Contest, in 1976 with "We'll live it all again" and in 1985 with "Magic, Oh Magic".

Her eldest daughter Ylenia Carrisi (b. November 1970) was visiting New Orleans when she went missing in the French Quarter. She had been staying at the LeDale Hotel with a street musician when she was last seen on 6 January 1994. The man was arrested in connection with her disappearance by the New Orleans police detectives, but later released due to lack of evidence. She has yet to be found.

She moved to Rome, Italy, together with her mother and sister, in the early 60s.

One half of Italy's most popular singing duo in the 1970s and 1980s, with her husband Albano. Their songs include "Felicità" (1982), "Ci sarà" (1984), winning title at the Sanremo Festival, "Sempre sempre" (1986) and "Nostalgia canaglia" (1987).

Left Italy to move back to her native, USA. [October 2007]

Attended an event at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre to mark the 50th anniversary of the untimely passing of her father, Tyrone Power. Four of his films were screened: Amor y periodismo (1937), El signo del Zorro (1940), El filo de la navaja(1946) and El Callejón de las almas perdidas (1947). Also in attendance were his other children, Tyrone Power Jr. and Taryn Power, and other actors who worked with him, including Coleen GrayPiper LaurieTerry Moore and Jayne Meadows. [November 2008]

Personal Quotes 
A mind is like the night, truth, the stars, some nights are very cloudy.

Is an American-born singer and actress.

As Romina Francesca Power. She is an actress, known for Marquis de Sade: Justine (1969), Nel sole(1967) and L'oro del mondo (1968). She was previously married to Albano.
She met her singer and actor husband Albano Carrisi whilst acting in films in the 1960s. They married in 1970. In 1975 they formed a singing duo, which became well known in Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Greece, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the USSR, releasing multiple albums in different languages and achieving 7th place in both the 1976 and 1985 Eurovision Song Contest for Italy. The couple divorced in 1999.

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