What is The Cause of Irene Cara Death ?
Irene Cara, an Oscar and Grammy winner best known for the theme songs of "Fame" and "Flashdance" in the early 1980s, has died, according to her publicist. She was 63 years old.
In a tweet reporting the singer's death, Judith Moose added, "Please share your condolences and memories of Irene." "I'll be reading them all, and I know she'll be smiling from Heaven." She cherished her followers.
"She was a wonderfully brilliant person whose music and pictures will live on forever."
Cara passed away in her Florida home. According to Moose's statement, the reason of death remains unknown.
Cara began her career as a child actor on the TV show "Electric Company," before moving on to roles as a teen in the films "Aaron Loves Angela" and "Sparkle."
Her breakthrough came in the 1980 musical "Fame," as Coco Hernandez, about New York's High School for the Performing Arts. She scored a success with the title song from that film, as well as another with the ballad "Out Here on My Own." That year, she was nominated for a Golden Globe and two Grammys.
Cara co-wrote the lyrics for "Flashdance... What a Feeling," another radio blockbuster for which she won an Oscar for Best Original Song and a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female three years later.
Her other singles were "Why Me" and "Breakdance." She also appeared in films such as "City Heat," starring Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood, "D.C. Cab," starring Mr. T, and "Certain Fury," starring Tatum O'Neal.
Author, Youssef Shnino