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Karen Akers
Karen Akers

Here is Biography of Karen Akers.

Biography Karen Akers Personal Information

Birthname: Karen Akers 

Nick name: Karen Akers

Date of birth: October 13, 1945

Birth place:  New York, New York, United States

Karen Akers
Karen Akers

Hobbies N/A

Ethnicity Austrian and Swiss-Italian

Nationality American

Address N/A

Karen Akers
Karen Akers

Occupation:  actress and singer

Zodiac Sign: Libra

Early Life and Education

School: N/A

University Columbia University

Marital status Married

Karen Akers - On Stage at Wolf Trap
Karen Akers – On Stage at Wolf Trap

Karen Akers Family

Father: Heinrick C. Orth-Pallavicini

Mother: Mary Orth-Pallavicini

 Robin williams, Karen Akers, Johnny  carson
Robin williams, Karen Akers, Johnny carson

Brother: No

Sister: Nicole Orth-Pallavicini, 

Marie Orth-Pallavicini, 

Terri Orth-Pallavicini


Jim Akers

Kevin Power 


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Raul Julia

with her Boyfriend
with her Boyfriend

Karen Akers Physical appearance

Height: 5′ 8″ (1.75m)

Weight: 65 kg · 143 lbs

Eye color: Dark Brown.

Hair color: Brown.

Body Type: Average

Waist Size 28

Shoe Size N/A

About her career

Akers initially showed up on Broadway in the first creation of Nine,

Karen Akers Autographs,
Karen Akers Autographs,
I'm Still Here
I’m Still Here

a melodic coordinated by Tommy Tune and dependent on the Federico Fellini movie 8½, as Luisa Contini, the spouse of unbridled movie chief Guido Contini (played by Raúl Juliá).

Feels Like Home
Feels Like Home

The show opened May 9, 1982, and had an effective run of 732 exhibitions, shutting February 4, 1984. Akers won a Theater World Award for her presentation. She was one of three entertainers in the show assigned for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, with the honor in the long run going to individual cast part Liliane Montevecchi.

Just Imagine
Just Imagine

In 1985, Akers showed up in such component films as Woody Allen’s

Karen Akers Sings Classics in 'Time After Time,'
Karen Akers Sings Classics in ‘Time After Time,’

The Purple Rose of Cairo as a celluloid chanteuse, and in Heartburn (as the fancy woman of Jack Nicholson’s character).

Cheers - Season 6 Episode 11
Cheers – Season 6 Episode 11

She showed up on Broadway in Grand Hotel, a melodic variation of the novel and film, scored by Robert Wright, George Forrest, and Maury Yeston. In Grand Hotel Akers was brought together with Nine chief Tommy Tune and Nine cast individuals Liliane Motevecchi and Kathi Moss. The show opened November 12, 1989, for a run of 1,018 exhibitions, through April 19, 1992.

Karen Akers Sings "If I Sing"
Karen Akers Sings “If I Sing”

Akers covered “Sometime” in her 1991 collection Unchained Melodies, a tune composed for Madonna by Stephen Sondheim the prior year.

 I Met a Man Today 1980
I Met a Man Today 1980

Karen Akers Money factor

Net worth: $100 Million.

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