Conrad E Palmisano Death: On Friday, November 25, tragic news broke on the internet. It was that Irene Cara, the Flashdance…What a Feeling singer, had died at the age of 63. Judith A. Moose Cara’s publicist confirmed her sad death, revealing that the Fame star died at her Florida home.
Moose sent a tweet from Irene Cara’s account to confirm the sad news. The cause of death is still unknown at this time. Tweeted by Judith A. Moose, she stated that representatives would release more information later because the family needs privacy to grieve.
Cara’s representative also wrote via the singer’s account on Twitter that,
“It is with profound sadness that on behalf of her family I announce the passing of Irene Cara. I can’t believe I’ve had to write this, let alone release the news. Please share your thoughts and memories of Irene. I’ll be reading each and every one of them and know she’ll be smiling from Heaven. She adored her fans.”
Irene Cara was previously married to Conrad E Palmisano who is a stuntman and film director
Conrad E Palmisano, a former film director and stuntman, was previously married to Irene Cara. Palmisano began his career in 1970. He has worked on many productions, including Rush Hour 2 (2001), Rush Hour 3 (2006), The Other Guys (2010) and RoboCop 3 (1993).
He was one of the first to integrate with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1988 as a stunt coordinator. Palmisano, a lifetime member of The Stuntmen’s Association of Motion Pictures, has been the body’s president for the past four terms.
Cara, the Fame and Flashdanceartist married Conrad Palmisano, nearly two years after they first met. In 1984, Palmisano, who was also the stunt coordinator, was Certain Fury (1985), where he met Cara. Tracy was the star of the movie.
After their marriage, Cara Palmisano and Palmisano again worked together in Busted up. Their marriage lasted for almost five years, before they split in 1991. After her divorce, Cara did not marry again and had no children. Palmisano, on the other hand, married Kathryn Anderson in 2000, but she died in 2019.
As the news broke on the internet about the death of the legend singer, tributes were flooding in
After the death of Irene Cara was confirmed by her representative netizens began to pay tributes. Many people will recall how Flashdance…What a Feeling was one of the most beloved songs from their childhood, earning Cara her Oscar.