|Born||December 19, 1915|
|Net worth||$20 million|
|Spouse||Théo Sarapo (m 1962 - 1963) , Jacques Pills (m 1952 - 1957)|
|Parents||Line Marsa , Louis Alphonse Gassion|
- The American photographer, who has died aged 97, was equally at home documenting war as she was shooting celebrity portraits
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- EntertainmentThe Independent
5/5 The singer’s sixth album is a thoroughly blissed-out affair, rocking gently in the warm breezes of vintage countryThanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
Marilyn Stafford, 96, is an American-born British photographer who found fame as a freelance photojournalist from the mid-1960s to 1980, when she retired. Covering both fashion and documenting turbulent events, her photographs have appeared in international newspapers and magazines. The famous people she has photographed include Edith Piaf, Margot Fonteyn, Rudolf Nureyev, David Frost, Richard Attenborough and Twiggy. Today, she lives in Sussex with her cat, Minou.Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityEvening Standard
Presenters from Sheppey FM in Sheerness, Kent, had researched some of the Prince of Wales’s favourite songs.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Telegraph
Originally slated to run in 2020, Pam Gems’s homage to the turbulent life and fiery torch songs of Edith Piaf (first staged by the RSC in 1978) is an impressionistic take on the world-renowned chanteuse’s journey from squalor to glamour that still fascinates us nearly 60 years after her death. If the episodic nature of Gems’s script and Nottingham Playhouse artistic director Adam Penford’s deft direction feel like a whistle-stop tour through the defining moments of Piaf’s extraordinarily eventfuThanks for your feedback!
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Marion Cotillard feared she'd injure herself on the set of Annette due to director Leos Carax's demand she sing live in the trickiest scenes. The French actress is a past master at singing on screen, having won an Oscar for her portrayal of Edith Piaf in the 2007 biopic La Vie en Rose. However, nothing prepared her for Carax's insistence she and co-star Adam Driver should belt out every note - even in action or sex scenes. "Usually when you sing and do a musical, you record the songs in the studThanks for your feedback!
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The heir to the throne spoke about music and memories on a hospital radio show on the eve of the NHS’s 73rd birthday.Thanks for your feedback!
Ayda Field penned a heartfelt tribute to her "soulmate" on Friday to mark 23 years since the sad passing of her grandmother.Sharing a gorgeous photo of her beloved relative on Instagram, Ayda confessed that she was the "most important person in my life".MORE: Ayda Field reveals she sacrificed her career for Robbie WilliamsLoading the player...WATCH: Ayda Field shares incredible video of daughter Teddy playing the piano Captioning the black and white snap, Ayda wrote: "23 years ago today, I lostThanks for your feedback!
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British singer Duffy on Tuesday explained a long absence from the music scene by saying she had been "raped and drugged and held captive," but gave no details about where or when the incident took place. Duffy, 35, who had big hits with single "Mercy" in 2008 and her debut album "Rockferry," wrote in an Instagram post that she was "ok and safe now" but said it had taken her time to recover from the ordeal.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Independent
Michel Legrand dead: Oscar-winning composer who worked with Frank Sinatra and Edith Piaf dies aged 86
Oscar-winning composer and jazz pianist Michel Legrand has died in Paris aged 86. During a career spanning more than 50 years, the French musician wrote the scores for over 200 films and TV series, as well as original songs. Legrand, who had been scheduled to hold concerts in Paris in April, died during the night, his spokesman told Agence France-Presse on Saturday.Thanks for your feedback!
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Oscar-winning composer Michel Legrand, who worked with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis and Barbra Streisand, has died aged 86. The Frenchman, who won Academy Awards for the much-covered hit The Windmills of Your Mind and for his music for Summer of '42 and Yentl, died early on Saturday in Paris with his wife, the actress Macha Meril by his side.Thanks for your feedback!