Lori Singer was an actress from a family of musicians. His father was a conductor and his mother a concert piano player, leading to a good passion and training for music that was key in his rise to fame. This is how he landed the role that led him to stardom in the television series Fame in 1982, since her ability to play the cello motivated those in charge to choose her to play the character of Julie Miller.
The success of Fame led her to work in recognized films of the 80s, such as the legendary musical Footloose with Kevin Bacon. He then continued his rise in the Hollywood industry with titles such as The man with the red shoe with Tom Hanks, The falcon game with Sean Penn or the acclaimed cross lives from Robert AltmanHowever, its success began to wane in the mid-1990s.
The failure of the science fiction series VR.5, where he served as the protagonist, was the final blow to his career, it did not take long for the industry to forget his figure. Nevertheless, Singer used his talent in music to keep his life afloat. He focused on his facet as a cellist and gradually made his way into the world of classical music until he was able to play on prestigious stages. In addition, his musical career was key to his subsequent return to the cinema during the 2010s.
Several short films offered her the opportunity to return before the cameras playing the role of a cellist, opening the doors to other productions such as Experimenter with Winona Ryder and Peter Sarsgaard or the horror tape The Institute with James Franco. His film jobs occur very casually, but today, at 63, they have allowed him to re-enjoy his old passion while continuing his career in music.
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