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Massimo Ranieri

Knowledge Identifier: +Massimo_Ranieri


Massimo Ranieri

Italian pop singer, film and stage actor add

Category: Music

Born in 1951.

Countries: Italy (44%), (22%), United States (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: RAI, Les parisiens, Food and Agriculture Organization

Linked to: Food and Agriculture Organization, RAI




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Massimo Ranieri was born in 1951 add something


In 1966, he made his TV debut singing "Bene Mio" add something


But it wasn't until 1969, when he really became successful and became a teen idol making all the young girls scream for him, when he sang "O Sole Mio" on live TV. Soon, in most every TV appearance he made, you could hear the girls screaming in the background add something


In 1970, "Vent'anni", "Sogno d'amore", "Sei l'amore mio", "Aranjuez Amore Mio", "Candida" add something


He represented Italy in the 1971 "Eurovision Song Contest" in Dublin, Ireland, where he placed 5th with the song, "L'Amore E' Un Attimo add something


In 1971, "Adagio Veneziano", "Via del Conservatorio", "Io e Te" add something


In 1972, "Ti Ruberei", "O Surdato 'nnamurato", "Erba di Casa Mia" add something


And in 1974, "Te Voglio Bene Assaie", "Immagina", "Per Una Donna" add something


In 1988, he made a comeback with the song, "Perdere L'Amore", which won him the Sanremo Festival that year add something


In 1995, the singer has recognized the illegitimate daughter born in 1971 from the relationship with Franca Sebastiani add something


In 1997, he made another comeback with "Ti parlerò d'amore" add something


On 16 October 2002, Massimo Ranieri was nominated Goodwill Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations add something


In 2004, he made his first French movie, a trilogy series called "Les Parisiens", where he played a street artist add something


In 2005, he returned on the stage with the show "Accussì Grande", after a long bout with illness, from which he fully recovered add something


At the start of 2007, he decided to publicly acknowledge his long-lost daughter and finally embraced her for the first time on live TV. It was a tearful reunion between father and daughter add something


From February 2007, he started a concert tour of Italy, titled "Canto perché non so nuotare add something


In 2008, he took part in the film "L'Ultimo Pulcinella" add something


In 2009 he played the storyteller in the play, Polvere di Baghdad directed by Maurizio Scaparro add something


In 2010, he was featured in Passione, a documentary about the history of music from Naples , Italy, directed by Italian-American actor, John Turturro add something


In November 2010 he took part in the miniseries remake of the classic play, "Filumena Marturano", produced by Italian TV RAI Uno, with Mariangela Melato in the title role add something


He became grandfather in July 2011 add something