The reason Irene Cara died has been found out. According to the report of her external examination, the actor died of arteriosclerosis and high blood pressure in the heart.
In addition to arteriosclerosis, which is when substances build up in and on the walls of the arteries, and hypertensive cardiovascular disease, which is when high blood pressure causes heart problems, the study says that diabetes mellitus is also a factor. The story says that Cara’s death was a natural one.
Cara died at age 63 in November. Judith A. Moose, who worked for Cara then, said in a statement that the news was true.
“It is with great sadness that I tell her family that Irene Cara has died,” Moose said. “The actress, singer, songwriter, and producer who won an Academy Award died in her Florida home.”
Moose added, “She had a beautiful soul, and her music and movies will keep her memory alive forever.”
Cara became well-known for her roles as Coco Hernandez in the 1980 movie Fame and as the lead in the 1976 show Sparkle. For the 1983 movie Flashdance, she co-wrote the hit song “Flashdance… What a Feeling.” Cara won an Oscar for Best Original Song and a GRAMMY for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the song.
After Cara died, her friends and former co-stars remembered her as “brilliant” and a “triple threat talent.” Lee Curreri said, “It’s hard to believe that Irene is no longer on the planet, but I can definitely see her lighting up the sky.” Jennifer Beals said, “It’s hard to believe that Irene is no longer on the planet, but I can definitely see her lighting up the sky.”
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