Theophanis Lamboukas
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Theophanis Lamboukas

Singer + Actor + Musician
Male
Born Jan 26, 1936
Died Aug 28, 1970

Theophanis Lamboukas, known as Théo Sarapo, was the last husband of the French singer Édith Piaf. Formerly a hairdresser, he was 26 years old when he married the 46-year-old Piaf. He was introduced to her by Claude Figus, Piaf's secretary. A handsome actor-singer of Greek heritage, Sarapo scored a hit with Piaf in 1962 with the song À quoi ça sert l'amour?.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1936 Birth Born in 1936.

TWENTIES

1962 26 Years Old Sarapo was born in Paris. A handsome actor-singer of Greek heritage, he scored a hit with Piaf in 1962 with the song À quoi ça sert l'amour? (What Good Is Love?).
1963 27 Years Old Having by Gallic law inherited Piaf's 7 million francs worth of debts, Sarapo was evicted from the apartment they shared on Boulevard Lannes on Christmas Day 1963, and recorded "La maison qui ne chante plus" (the house which no longer sings), which also became a hit; another big hit was "Le jour viendra", which became in English "Our Day Will Come". … Read More

THIRTIES

1970 34 Years Old Sarapo died at the side of the road in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, following an automobile accident on 28 August 1970. … Read More
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