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  1. Cher - Wikipedia › wiki › Cher

    Cher is known for her distinctive contralto singing voice and for having worked in numerous areas of entertainment, as well as adopting a variety of styles and appearances throughout her six-decade-long career.

    • Elijah Blue Allman

      Elijah Blue Allman (born July 10, 1976), known...

    • Gregg Allman

      Allman married Cher in June 1975, and the two lived in...

    • Chaz Bono

      Chaz Salvatore Bono (born Chastity Sun Bono; March 4, 1969)...

    • Georgia Holt

      Holt was the subject of the 2013 Lifetime documentary Dear...

    • Sonny Bono

      Sonny continued to work with Cher through the early and...

    • Sonny & Cher

      Sonny & Cher were an American pop duo of entertainers made...

  2. Cher - Home

    The official website of Cher, featuring tour dates, news, music and more

  3. Cher - IMDb › name › nm0000333

    Special (TV Special) (performer: "Songs from 'West Side Story'", "Musical Battle to Save Cher's Soul Medley") 1976-1977 The Sonny and Cher Show (TV Series) (performer - 32 episodes) - Episode #2.22 (1977) ...

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    • May 20, 1946
  4. Cher - Biography - IMDb › name › nm0000333
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    The daughter of a truck driver, John Sarkisian, and an Arkansas-born mother, Georgia Holt (the former Jackie Jean Crouch), Cher was born in El Centro, California, on May 20, 1946. She has a sister, Georganne LaPiere. Cher is of Armenian heritage on her father's side, and of English and German, with more distant Irish, Dutch, and French, heritage on her mother's side. The father deserted the family when Cher was young, and she was raised by their mother who later married Gilbert LaPiere, a banker. Cher's mother, who had aspirations of being an actress and model herself, paid for Cher's acting classes despite her daughter having undiagnosed dyslexia, which acutely affected her studies. Frustrated, Cher quit Fresno High School at the age of 16 in search of her dream. At that time, she had a brief relationship with actor Warren Beatty.

    Meeting the quite older (by 11 years) Sonny Bono in 1962 changed the 16-year-old's life forever. Bono was working for record producer Phil Spector at Gold Star Studios in Hollywood at the time and managed to persuade Spector to hire Cher as a session singer. As such, she went on to record backup on such Spector classics as \\"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling\\" and \\"Be My Baby\\". The couple's relationship eventually shifted from soul mates to lovers and she and Sonny married on October 27, 1964.

    By the end of the 1960s, Sonny & Cher's career had stumbled as they witnessed the American pop culture experience a drastic evolutionary change. The couple maintained their stage act and all the while Sonny continued to polish it up in a shrewd gamble for TV acceptance. While Sonny on stage played the ineffectual object of Cher's stinging barbs on stage, he was actually the highly motivated mastermind off stage and, amazingly enough, his foresight and chutzpah really paid off. Although the couple had lost favor with the new 70s generation, Sonny encouraged TV talent scouts to catch their live act.

    The network powers-that-be saw potential in the duo as they made a number of guest TV appearances in specials and on variety and talk shows and in what was essentially \\"auditioning\\" for their own TV vehicle. The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1971) was given the green light as a summer replacement series and was an instant sensation when it earned its own time spot that fall season. The show received numerous Emmy Award nominations during its run and the couple became stars all over again. Their lively, off-the-wall comedy sketch routines, her outré Bob Mackie fashions and their harmless, edgy banter were the highlights of the hour-long program. Audiences took strongly to the couple who appeared to have a deep-down sturdy relationship. Their daughter Chaz Bono occasionally added to the couple's loving glow on the show. Cher's TV success also generated renewed interest in her as a solo recording artist and she came up with three #1 hits during this time (\\"Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves,\\" \\"Half-Breed\\" and \\"Dark Lady\\").

    Behind the scenes, though, it was a different story. A now-confident Cher yearned to be free of husband Sonny's Svengali-like control over her life and career. The marriage split at the seams in 1974 and they publicly announced their separation. The show, which had earned Cher a Golden Globe Award, took a fast tumble as the separation and divorce grew more acrimonious. Eventually they both tried to launch their own solo variety shows, but both failed to even come close to their success as a duo. Audiences weren't interested in Cher without Sonny, and vice versa.

    In 1976 Sonny and Cher attempted to \\"make up\\" again, this time to the tune of a second The Sonny and Cher Show (1976). Audiences, however, did not accept the \\"friendly\\" divorced couple after so much tabloid nastiness. After the initial curiosity factor wore off, the show was canceled amid poor ratings. Moreover, the musical variety show format was on its way out as well. Once again, another decade was looking to end badly for Cher.

    Cher found a mild success with the \\"top 10\\" disco hit \\"Take Me Home\\" in 1979, but not much else. Not one to be counted out, however, the ever resourceful singer decided to lay back and focus on acting instead. At age 36, Cher made her Broadway debut in 1982 in what was essentially her first live acting role with \\"Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean\\". Centering around a reunion of girlfriends from an old James Dean fan club, her performance was critically lauded. This earned her the right to transfer her stage triumph to film alongside Karen Black and Sandy Dennis. Cher earned critical raves for Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (1982), her first film role since 1969.

    During the 1990s Cher continued to veer back and forth among films, TV specials and expensively mounted concerts. In January of 1998, tragedy struck when Cher's ex-husband Sonny Bono, who had forsaken an entertainment career for California politics and became a popular Republican congressman in the process, was killed in a freak skiing accident. That same year the duo received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for their contribution to television. In the meantime an astounding career adrenalin rush came in the form of a monstrous, disco-flavored hit single (\\"Believe\\"). The song became a #1 hit and the same-titled album the biggest hit of her career. \\"Believe\\" reached #1 in 23 different countries. Having little to prove anymore to anyone, Cher decided to embark on a \\"Farewell Tour\\" in the early part of the millennium and, after much stretching, her show finally closed in 2005 in Los Angeles. It didn't take long, however, for Cher to return from this self-imposed exile. In 2008, she finalized a deal with Las Vegas' Caesars Palace for the next three years to play the Colosseum. Never say never. Cher returned to films, co-starring opposite Christina Aguilera in Burlesque (2010).

    In other facets of her life, Cher has been involved with many humanitarian groups and charity efforts over the years, particularly her work as National Chairperson and Honorary Spokesperson of the Children's Craniofacial Association, which was inspired by her work in Mask (1985).

  5. Cher - Age, Songs & Movies - Biography › musician › cher

    May 19, 2020 · Cher is an American singer and actress who got her start as half of Sonny and Cher in the 1960s. She has since amassed international fame with an array of Top 10 hits and screen roles, winning an...

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  7. Cher On 20-5-1946 Cher was born in El Centro, California, U.S.. She made her 50 million dollar fortune with Moonstruck, Life After Love, Witches of Eastwick. The actress is dating Ron Zimmerman, her starsign is Taurus and she is now 74 years of age.

  8. How Cher Looks So Young at 74 - Cher Diet, Fitness, and Skincare › fitness › a27527490

    May 21, 2020 · American popstar, actress, and Grammy-winner Cher turned 74 Monday. The iconic performer maintains the same youthful energy as she did more than 50 years ago, when she first rose to stardom. Cher...

  9. Cher Praises Olympia Dukakis In Tribute After Her Death — See ... › 2021/05/01 › cher-olympia

    May 01, 2021 · Cher took to Twitter to praise Olympia Dukakis, who played her mother in the popular 1987 film ‘Moonstruck’, after her death and revealed she talked to her ‘3 weeks ago.’ Cher, 74, posted ...

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