How much is Laura Branigan worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Laura Branigan? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Laura Branigan's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Laura Ann Branigan (New York, July 3, 1952 - Ibidem, August 26, 2004) was a pop rock singer and popular American actress in the eighties. \n He became popular with a version of the song Gloria by Italian singer Umberto Tozzi, for which he received his first Grammy nomination. Self Control (song by Italian singer Raffaele Riefoli) his album Self Control (1984) and the main theme of the same title became an international number one. Other successes include Solitaire, The Lucky One, Spanish Eddie, and The Power of Love. \n She was of Irish and Italian descent. \n \n\nLaura Branigan's Biography\n Beginnings in the 80\n Laura studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and worked as a waitress alternating her studies. Finallywork as a chorister for Leonard Cohen, during a tour in Europe. In 1979 she was hired by Ahmet Erteg\u00fcn of Atlantic Records but the record label was unsure of how to categorize Laura, given that the singer had a strong voice with a range of 4 octaves. \n In March 1982 Branigan was published. The album, which contained the song Gloria (originally recorded by Umberto Tozzi in 1979), immediately became an international hit . American radio was not initially receptive to Gloria because the combination of the American sound with the European meant an imminent second "British invasion". The song was slowly gaining position to become one of the great successes of the decade. Gold and Platinum Disc was the level of sales reached; the vocal performance of Gloria earned her a Grammy nomination, one of the four she would receive. \n In the summer of 1983, Branigan made his second album, Branigan 2 , when the European Synth Pop style was in full swing, and Branigan handled the English version of the French song Solitaire , which put very high of the sale lists. He cemented her in a place in the history of pop music and confirmed that she was not a "one-hit artist". This album also marks the debut of two personalities already considered legends: Michael Bolton, co-lyricist in the song How AmSupposed to Live Without You and Diane Warren, who made the adaptation to English of the song Solitaire . \n The year 1984 was the highest in terms of its fame, since the overwhelming production and the whispering style in Self Control , song of the Italian singer Raf, deserved to be considered a worldwide success His third album took the world by storm. Like Gloria , it was produced by the German Jack White. The song became his greatest international success, placing him in the first ten of the sales charts in numerous countries, having achieved a status of hymn on the radio and dance floors throughout the world, particularly in Germany where he remained for 7 weeks in the first place. Other hits of this album are: the electropop The Lucky One tune that made him worthy of the Grand Prize of the Tokyo Musical Festival, the continental ballad Ti amo (another success of Umberto Tozzi) and Satisfaction . That year his live performance was recorded twice: once for a series of concerts for radio, and the second for a video concert. \n For Laura's fourth album, Hold Me (1985) , Self Control had already swept territories that had not known their previous albums. From South America to Oceania, the main song Spanish Eddie was his sixth success in two and a half years, placing himself within the first 40 but failing in his attempt to overcome position 20. Hold me < \/ b> repeated within the 40 positions and the release of the rock ballad:Found Someone (co-lyricist by Michael Bolton) won a position in the AC lists (Adult Contemporary Singles) but remained in secondary positions in the popularity charts , despite not having been supported by a music video. \n In 1987 Touch marked a change in Laura's career. With a new direction and appealing to new producers, he took a more active role in his work and in the studio. This album saw his return to the dance floor. Together with the trio of composers Stock, Aitken & amp; Waterman produced Shattered Glass , one of his best hits in the Hi-NRG mode. The album also includes her version of Jennifer Rush's hit The Power of Love , a song that was placed among the top twenty album sellers during the Christmas season of 1987. The third single from the album, Cry Wolf , was considered more productive, remaining in the top 30 BC. \n He also participated in an episode of the Automan series singing "Hot Night", "Gloria" and "Satisfaction". \n Race in the 90\n Laura Branigan, the self-titled new album, brought the singer back to the High Energy style pop charts and Moonlight on Water; He reached the top of the Top 30 BC with Never in a Million Years. He continued to actively produce in the studio, adding to his list of credits the cover of the Vicky Sue Robinson Turn the Beat Around era. \n The seventh album by Branigan Over My Heart (1993), was his most eclectic album, directed by Phil Ramone. The personal maturity of the artist is reflected in the album, exposing transcendental themes such as the loss of a loved one, aspect that will have real significance and space in the future of Laura. Of the same album, "The Sweet Hello, The Sad Goodbye", a song written by Per Gessle, member of the Swedish duo Roxette, stands out. Not long after the release of the album, she left the musical environment to devote time to her husband Lawrence "Larry" Kruteck, who had fallen ill. Unfortunately Larry died in 1996, and it was until some years later that Laura was back in the public sphere, ready to continue. In spite of having experienced cooling with respect to her return to popularity, Laura's image was still valid around the world, so she undertook a global tour, which included places like Australia, South Africa and Chile, in the latter she would receive the first of several invitations to participate in the Vi\u00f1a del Mar festival, before a large audience. \n She collected several hits in Japan, South America, Germany and South Africa where she alone would secure three separate collections of her hits. The United States - his native country - would be the one that would own his last great collection. This one was realized in 1995 with the album of 13 tracks The Best of Branigan. It included two new songs: "Show Me Heaven" and the fun "Dim All the Lights", from which they derived several remixes. \n The final stage\n In 2001 he made a remake of ABBA's hit "The Winner Takes It All" and started working on the material of a new album, but Branigan's return was postponed due to the suffering of fracture of both femurs, which occurred because of of an accidental fall from a ladder at his home in Westchester County. In 2002 he returned to the show, playing the role of Janis Joplin in the Broadway musical Love Janis, for which he received numerous accolades. That same year the Essentials was released: Laura Branigan, which was notorious, for having included a topic not considered before: "I Found Someone". \n Around 2004, he enjoyed a final return to the Top Ten, with an anniversary broadcast of his "Self Control" theme. In addition, his interpretation of "Gloria" was cataloged as the quintessential version of the original song. \n Several of his songs were picked up by later singers: "I Found Someone" by Cher, "How AmSupposed to Live Without You?" by Michael Bolton and in 1989 "The Power of Love" by C\u00e9line Dion. \n Much of Branigan's vivid work remained in unmistakable contrast to popular opinion, in the sense that his style of music was completely mechanized in study. He received several recognitions for the quality of his voice, and was supported by the best studio musicians of that time. He formed duets with foreign artists of the time such as the Australian John Farnham, as well as the Mexican singer Luis Miguel. \n She was also a star guest on several shows, The Tonight Show, Starring Johnny Carson, The Mery Grift Show, Dick Clark's American Bandstand and Solid Gold. He also appeared in episodes of popular television series such as Chips (Motorized Patrol), Automan and Knight Rider (The Fantastic Car). She sang commercial jingles for Coca Cola, Dr. Pepper and Chrysler on radio and television, who supported her on her tours. \n Death\n Laura Branigan died suddenly on August 26, 2004 because of a brain aneurysm. His father and his paternal grandfather had died for the same cause. It was incinerated and its ashes were scattered over Long Island Sound (New England). \n Around 2005, a memorial was opened by her fans at the house where Laura had previously lived with her mother, whom she took care of months before her death. The event became an annual event, reuniting again in 2006 the followers of the former singer, who thus commemorate his life and artistic legacy. The connection and empathy with her fans led Laura to assert her by referring to them as "her other half." 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