Lory Bianco
American actor and singer
Lory Bianco
Lory Bianco is an American singer and actress from the United States also working under the name Bonnie Bianco. She started her career in humble surroundings at the age of 10 performing in musicals, fairs, convalescent homes, hospitals, conventions, and beauty pageants. She was managed by Sam Gino and her mother Helen Bianco.
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  • 2001
    Age 37
    Because of her loyal fan base she even managed to promote her new album on German television in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details After completing her trip to Germany, she returned on the night of September 10, and the next day, September 11, the World Trade Center in New York was bombed by terrorists. This event had a devastating impact on Bianco that she decided not to record pop songs anymore, but only sing Christian music. Lory Bianco still has a loyal fan base and her own international fan club from many parts of the world. She has a close connection to all of her fans and encourages them to go forward in their dreams and to never give up. Perseverance creates character. Bianco currently resides in the Pacific Northwestern United States and completed her latest hymn CD-project, called Jesus paid it all, available only at www.cdbaby.com
    In the year 2001 she managed to take a risk and produce and release a new album on her own.
    More Details Hide Details She recorded the album On My Own... but never alone and distributed it through the internet and the biggest independent record online store, CDBaby.
  • 1983
    Age 19
    From 1983 to 1985 Bianco was featured and sang and danced in the famous prime time Saturday Italian variety show Al Paradise.
    More Details Hide Details She became an overnight success in Italy. Her film Cinderella 80 was also released at the same time in the movie theaters and this gave her further success as an actress in Italy. In 1987 the two-hour film, that had 2 additional hours of film footage, was turned into a TV series and finally was aired in Germany and was a huge success. From the soundtrack the duet with Pierre Cosso, "Stay", went straight to No. 1 on the Billboard German charts and stayed there for several weeks, and the album was in the number 2 spot for several weeks. The single became a Top 3 hit in Switzerland and Austria too. Cosso and Bianco became overnight sensations in Germany. Bianco also starred in a second TV mini series, Molly O, released only in Italy. After going on a trip to Israel, Bianco painfully contemplated not to renew her contract with the De Angelis Brothers' record label, as she was signed exclusively to their label and was not able to work with other writers. She decided to explore other career opportunities. This was a very hard decision, but nevertheless she decided to take a risk.
    In 1983 she landed the female leading role in the film–mini TV series Cinderella 87 as Cindy.
    More Details Hide Details The series was a renewed adaptation of the fairy-tale "Cinderella". She starred along with French actor Pierre Cosso, known from his movie La Boum 2 with Sophie Marceau. Bianco, who played the singer "Cindy" in Cinderella 87, also recorded the soundtrack for this TV series.
  • 1963
    Born in 1963.
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