Tony BennettThe list of prizes is innumerable Grammys, A primetime Emmy and tons of other impressive compliments, but her most meaningful accomplishment is her role as a parent. The legendary actor is the proud father of his four children Danny, Day, Joanna and Antonia.
Tony first experienced fatherhood when he married his first wife, Patricia Beach. The “Way You Look Tonight” singer married Patricia in 1952, and less than three years later, their eldest son, Danny, was born. They later called the boy and welcomed him, but Tony and Patricia left in 1971.
That same year, the iconic Kruner entered the corridor with his second wife, Sandra Grant Bennett. Tony and Sandra have been together for more than eight years, but they officially separated in 1987. According to reports, their divorce was not finalized until 2007. Despite the chaotic split, the former couple had two daughters, Joanna and Antonia.
As a father of four, Tony’s hand was full as he awoke his career as a singer, painter and writer. “I left my heart in San Francisco” artist remarries wife for third time Susan Crowe In 2007, though, lovebirds stopped having children together. Instead, Susan has become an honest mother to her children.
Considered one of the most beloved singers in music by their fathers for decades, it is not surprising that Danny, Day, Joanna and Antonia have followed in their father’s footsteps. Although each of his children has pursued music and Hollywood careers, Tony says he has received his love from his own father from showbiz.
“He would sit on the stairs and sing opera, showing my brother and my brother music and pop hits in subtle, clear voices. I like to think that you can still hear my father’s voice in me. I know I do, ”Tony recalls Guardian In 2017. “My father was a person in each of our families and even in our neighborhood who sought advice because he listened, treated the other person with respect and tried to respond with empathy.”
In February 2021, Tony’s family opened up about his Alzheimer’s diagnosis. He first contracted the disease in 2016 and continued to work until the Covid-19 epidemic began. Danny and Susan both joined Tony in an AARP interview where they shared news of his diagnosis with the world. Even through Tony’s recent health battle, music has remained a constant in his life.
“There is so much about him that I miss. Because he’s not old Tony anymore. But when he sings, he’s old Tony, “said Susan.
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