Annie Cordy, a well known Belgian singer and actress, dies at 92. According to the sources, she died on Friday in Southern France. Her last work was in 2018 in a TV movie called Illiterate.
Annie Cordy was a well-acclaimed singer and worked in many films and Tv shows. She was 92 years old and was the French-speaking world’s best-loved musical comedy performers. She was a well-accomplished artist. Annie represents the Belgian spirits so much.
Belgian Prime Minister tweeted about Annie on Saturday that she won the heart of generations, and she will be missed. She also writes that she had sincere condolences to her family and loved ones.
Work of Annie Cordy
Annie was starred in many titles which includes Le Chat, Cigarettes, Whiskey, and Wild Women. She also ended her voice to Disney’s French version of the classical movie Pocahontas. She lent her voice go, grandmother Willow.
Disney France also tweeted about any saying that she brought her wisdom and unique voice to the cartoon character.
Her acting career started in 1954 Sacha Guitry’s 1954 Royal Affairs in Versailles, where she played Madame Langlois. Then after that, she worked on numerous projects, including Hello Smile!, Le Chanteur de Mexico, Gates of Fire, Souvenir of Gibraltar, and High Street
Annie also appeared in multiple TV series Orages d’ete, Inspecteur Médeuze , and L’histoire du samedi. In 1982 she starred in Madame S.O.S. She played Mitsi, a widow who puts her music hall career on hold to aid the needy.
She always took some time between the movie projects and focused on her singing. Annie always tries to solidify her singing talents, and she also makes a hit, La Ballade de Davy Crockett.
Annie honored by King Albert II
In 2004 Annie was honored by Baroness title, given by King Albert II, the king of Belgium. Belgium Prime Minister Sophie William also praised the singer and actress. And celebrate the impact and the reach of the artist.