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Forte, Fabiano Anthony (Fabian)

Born: 1943 AD
Currently alive, at 72 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Singer


1943 - Born on the 6th of February to Josephine and Domenic Forte.


1957 - He was discovered at the young age of fourteen while sitting on their house. Because of his

father's illness and being the oldest of three siblings. He took the offer to help his family.


1958 - At a young age of fifteen, he won the Silver Award as the "Promising Male Vocalist of the Year".

On the 19th of June, he appeared for the first time on American Backstand.


1959 - He appeared in the movie "Hound-Dog Man" as his movie debut.


1960 - He was a cast in the Bill Crosby movie "High Time" as Gil Sparrow. He also appeared in the movie

"North to Alaska".


1961 - When he reached eighteen, he had recorded dozens of hit singles, eight albums and earned gold

records for his hit songs "Turn Me Loose" and "Tiger" and a gold album for "The Fabulous Fabian".


1962 - He landed a role in the all-star war epic "The Longest Day".


1965 - He portrayed the character of Kenneth in the family-comedy "Dear Brigitte".


1966 - Fabian was included in the cast of the spy-spoof film "Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs".


1973 - He was invited to pose semi-frontal in the September issue of Playgirl Magazine.


1980 - He married Kate Netter Forte and divorced her after ten years. Kate bore her a son and a daughter.


1982 - He appeared in the TV record commercial "The Idols of Rock n' Roll".


1998 - After his failed marriage with Netter, he married former Miss Pennsylvania USA Andrea Patrick.


1999 - He and his wife are active members of the American Diabetes Association, American Heart



2002 - On the 8th of January, Fabian was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


2006 - He performed at the brand new Dick Clark Theater in Branson, Missouri.


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