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  • Beverly Beauford

    ROSEMARY CLOONEY. Born: May 23, 1928 in Kentucky, USA. Died: June 29, 2002 (age 74) of lung cancer in Beverly Hills, USA. In 194, aged 13 she made her singing debut at on Cincinnati radio station WLW & later appeared in "White Christmas" (1954), with Bing Crosby & Danny Kaye. Her first big hit was "Come On A My House" in 1951. Clooney had 5 children with José Ferrer in the 50s & her life was dramatized in a 1982 made-for-television form. She is also the Aunt of famed actor, George Clooney.

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    Famous Singer And Actors from the 1960s | Famous People With Lung Cancer - Rosemary Clooney This woman was a wonderful singer. Loved her in White Christmas.

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Rosemary Clooney | "You can't do everything alone." She was one of the most magnificent singers of all Hollywood. She played in movie musicals. Her son bevame a good actor, also.

Rosemary Clooney (1928-2002)~Aunt of George Clooney, Rosemary was a famous movie star and singer with prominence in the 1950s. Rosemary was born in Maysville, KY and returned there as often as she could and when she retired. She is probably most associated with her recording of "Come On-a My House", which she hated and her starring role in the movie "White Christmas," with Bing Crosby.

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Before Adele (love her) there was Rosemary Clooney

As a little girl, I always wanted my hair done like hers. I thought if I got her hair I would have her voice. I got neither.

Rosemary Clooney. Absolutely love her "Mambo Italiano"! Who wants to waltz when you can mambo?! (or salsa, or cha cha)

George, Brad, Matt. Swoon. (Though Brad is tainted due to his association with that succubus, Angelina. His bromance with Clooney makes me giddy though. And every once in a great while, his acting takes my breath away.)