Desi Arnaz Jr. Death – Desiderio Alberto Arnaz IV, also known professionally as Desi Arnaz Jr., an American actor and musician who had retired, has passed away, he was 70 years old. A cause of death has been confirmed at this time, but Arnaz Jr. was reported found dead. The circumstances surrounding his death are unknown at this time.
Who Is Desi Arnaz Jr.?
Desi Arnaz Jr. parents are Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Arnaz was a percussionist for Dino, Desi, and Billy at the age of 12. Dean Paul Martin (son of Dean Martin) and Billy Hinsche were the others. 1965 saw the release of the successful singles “I’m a Fool” and “Not the Lovin’ Kind” by the band.
Desi Arnaz and his sister Lucie co-starred as their mother’s children on Here’s Lucy from 1968 to 1974. In 1968, his father executive-produced and directed the episode “The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 2” from the television series The Mothers-in-Law, in which he played the drum-playing friend of Jerry and Suzie. He appeared in the 1970 episode of The Brady Bunch titled “The Possible Dream.” In 1971, he starred in the tearjerker “Red Sky at Morning” alongside Richard Thomas, Richard Crenna, and Claire Bloom. His best opportunity for lasting Hollywood fame arrived in 1973, when he starred in Marco, a musical about the life of explorer Marco Polo. However, similar to the majority of Hollywood musicals of the era, it faltered at the box office.
Amy, the wife of Desi, died of cancer at the age of 63 in 2015. Desi and Amy were both Vernon Howard followers and Boulder City New Life Foundation gathering attendees. They also followed and supported the spiritual author Guy Finley (also a disciple of Vernon Howard) and his Life of Learning Center for Spiritual Discovery.
Desiree S. Anzalone, the photographer granddaughter of Arnaz (daughter of Julia), died of breast cancer on September 27, 2020, at the age of 31. She was initially diagnosed with cancer at the age of 25.
Desi Arnaz Jr. Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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