Connie Francis Net Worth

How much is Connie Francis worth?

Net Worth:$28 Million
Date of Birth:December 12, 1938 (84 years old)
Profession:Country Singer
Connie Francis Net Worth:
$28 Million

Connie Francis, born as Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, was an American singer and explicit actress. She was not only born with good looks but also a golden voice that has touched and revived the hearts of many people. From the moment she was born, her father recognized her outstanding talent in music. She outsold all the males in music in the 50s’ and 60s’. During her time in music, she performed exceptionally, and her albums are still being listened

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Connie’s career in music started when she was very young. At the age of only four years, she made her first performance. She was performing in neighborhood festivals and children’s talent shows. She was in the star time kids show on NBC between is during her rehearsals on Arthur Geoffrey’s talent scouts show where she changed her birth name to her current stage name. Her father was her manager and also financed for the recording of her first album, which consisted of only four songs. Unfortunately, it wasn’t yet her time as nature would say. Thus every recording studio turned her down.

Personal Life

As nature would have it, Connie’s love life has not been a bed of roses. She has been in and out of 4 marriages. Her first marriage was with bob Parkinson. This relationship was received with negative impressions from her fans. The duo parted ways only a year after.

Inspirational Quotes by Connie Francis

I was never encouraged to do it and I played the accordion, which I hated. I wish I had taken piano because I definitely would have written more songs of my own, but I didn't.

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There are some cities that I did take time out to study, 'cause I love history and one of them was Boston, and of course Rome and all of those places like that. But, in Syracuse or Rochester, or any of those places, no.

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There wasn't much around. After the shows, we would go to an Italian restaurant that a friend of ours owned and so I didn't get a chance to see much. Actually, that holds true of most places I've been.

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I just remembered songs my grandmother taught me, and songs that I learned for the recordings. But, then I learned to speak Italian. When I was there, I hired a professor who stayed with me 24 hours a day. She wouldn't let me speak a word of English.

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