It was to see her on “Fame” and the planetary hit “Flashdance… What de Feeling”.

American artist Irene Cara has died at the age of 63, her agent announced on Saturday.

Irene Cara was found dead Friday at her Florida home, her agent Judith Moose said, adding that the cause of her death is currently unknown.

The New Yorker "was such a talented figure, whose legacy will live on through her films and her music," she wrote in a statement posted on Twitter.

Irene Cara rose to fame in 1980 with the film "Fame", where she plays a young student at an artistic high school in New York.

She sings the title track there, which will win the Oscar for best film music.

An Oscar for his hit

Three years later, she co-wrote “Flashdance… What a feeling”, the key piece from the soundtrack of the film “Flashdance”, on which actress Jennifer Beals performed a mythical choreography.

The track, composed by star DJ Giorgio Moroder who prints his disco touch and sung by Irene Cara, will also win an Oscar.

It is still sung by millions of people today.

Irene Cara rose to fame for her appearances on the small screen in the 1970s, after training in music, singing and dancing in her hometown of New York.

If she will not find the great success of “Fame” and “Flashdance”, the artist continued to shoot in films, such as “DC Cab” and “Haut les flingues!

on television and in the theatre.


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