Doris Day was born on April 3, 1922 as Doris Mary Kappelhoff. Interestingly, two years ago, thanks to the newly discovered birth certificate, the singer and actress learned that she was basically two years older than she was always convinced. A copy of the certificate was disclosed by a statistical office in Ohio, which states that she was born in 1922 and that her parents are Alma and William Kappelhoff, home from Cincinnati.
Dayeva was one of the most famous celebrities of Hollywood in the 50s and 60s of the last century, but she retired at the age of 50 to devote her activity to helping animals. She is known for films such as Hitchcock’s Man, who knew too much, Pillow Talk (1959), Love Me or Leave Me (1955), Lover Come Back (1961), The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) and others, between 1968 and in 1973 she had her television show The Doris Day Show.
The news of her death was mediated by her animal foundation, and she was surrounded by close friends at the time of her death. The lady was apparently quite solidly healthy until she was a fatal pneumonia.
In 2008, she was awarded a Grammy for Lifetime Achievement, but three of her songs were accepted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, namely Sentimental Journey, Secret Love and Que Sera Sera. The latter two also won an Oscar for Best
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