Geneanet verwendet Cookies für Personalisierung von Inhalten seiner verschiedenen Dienstleistungen. Years of alcohol abuse alongside copious amounts of medications, initially for arthritic pains and later insomnia, took their toll on Piaf's health. [17][18], In 1935, Piaf was discovered in the Pigalle area of Paris[2] by nightclub owner Louis Leplée,[5] whose club Le Gerny's off the Champs-Élysées[8] was frequented by the upper and lower classes alike. Soviet astronomer Lyudmila Georgievna Karachkina named a small planet, 3772 Piaf, in her honor. Like her own mother, Piaf decided not to come home, though she did pay for childcare. Should you have information that conflicts with anything shown please make us aware by email. [8], Her mother, Annetta Giovanna Maillard, better known professionally as Line Marsa (1895–1945), was a singer and circus performer born in Italy of French descent on her father's side and of Italian and Moroccan Berber origin on her mother's. J'essaie toujours de prouver en mettant les actes ou les transcriptions (baptême/naissance,mariage,décès/sépulture). Piaf was questioned and accused as an accessory, but acquitted. Explore how the celebrity world connects. In Paris, she gave Atahualpa Yupanqui (Héctor Roberto Chavero) – a central figure in the Argentine folk music tradition – the opportunity to share the scene, making his debut in July 1950. Her grandmother, Emma Saïd Ben Mohamed, was born in Mogador, Morocco, in December 1876, " Emma Saïd ben Mohamed, d'origine kabyle et probablement connue au Maroc où renvoie son acte de naissance établi à Mogador, le 10 décembre 1876 ", Pierre Duclos and Georges Martin. Drifting in and out of consciousness for several months, she died of a ruptured aneurysm due to liver failure at age 47 at her villa in Plascassier (Grasse), on the French Riviera, on 10 October 1963. He persuaded her to sing despite her extreme nervousness, which, combined with her height of only 142 centimetres (4 ft 8 in),[6][19] inspired him to give her the nickname that would stay with her for the rest of her life and serve as her stage name, La Môme Piaf[5] (Paris slang meaning "The Waif Sparrow" or "The Little Sparrow"). Edith Piaf in ihren Memoiren: „Wirklich getrunken habe ich zum ersten Mal, als ich von dem Friedhof kam, auf dem man gerade mein kleines Mädchen in das schwarze Loch gesenkt hatte. The Geneanet family trees are powered by Geneweb 7.0.

There, prostitutes helped look after Piaf. [2] The bandleader that evening was Django Reinhardt, with his pianist, Norbert Glanzberg.

Louis Dupont Bio Details. Edith had one brother: HERBERT LUCIEN Gassion. {{ media.date_translated }}. Ihre erwachsenen Kinder, oder andere lebende Personen, müssen sich direkt an den, Verwandt mit Murielle,Paulette,Rosette MAMETZ (Sosa 1), Verwandt mit Théophanis LAMBOUKAS (Lebenspartner), Verwandt mit René,Victor,Eugène DUCOS (Lebenspartner), Verwandt mit Louis,Léon,Henri DUPONT (Lebenspartner). Although she was denied a funeral Mass by Cardinal Maurice Feltin because of her lifestyle,[25] her funeral procession drew tens of thousands[2] of mourners onto the streets of Paris, and the ceremony at the cemetery was attended by more than 100,000 fans. Edith Piaf's children: Edith Piaf's daughter was Marcelle Dupont. [5] Leplée had been killed by mobsters with previous ties to Piaf. [2] The bordello had two floors and seven rooms, and the prostitutes were not very numerous, "about ten poor girls" as she later described, in fact five or six were permanent and a dozen for market and any busy days. August 1895 - Livourne,57100,Toscane,ITALIE, verstorben am 6. [3] However, her secretary Andrée Bigard, a member of the Résistance, spoke in her favour after the Liberation. born 1933, died 1935, age 2 (approx.) [3], Despite numerous biographies, much of Piaf's life is unknown.

[17], In February 1933, the 17-year-old Piaf gave birth to her daughter, Marcelle (nicknamed Cécelle) at the Hôpital Tenon. Join Facebook to connect with Marcelle Dupont and others you may know. [17], Following an intense quarrel over her behavior, Piaf left Louis Dupont (Marcelle's father) taking Mômone and Marcelle with her. Louis Alphonse Gassion (1881–1944), Édith's father, was a street performer of acrobatics from Normandy with a past in the theatre.