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Charles Aznavour

Aznavour was born as the son of Micha Aznavourian, an Armenian-born Armenian, and Knar Baghdassarian, an Armenian who grew up in Smyrna (now Izmir). His parents, in vest in the city, are vest in the city of his roots. His father performed as a singer in restaurants and later opened a Japanese restaurant himself.

Aznavour twice: in 1946, Micheline meets Rugel, meets Evelyn Plessis in 1956 and in 1967 Ulla Thorsell met the more than 20 years younger Swedish. From his marriages six children were born: Séda (1946), Patrick (1951), Charles (1952), Katia (1969), Mischa (1972) and Nicolas (1977). He lived with his wife Ulla six months a year in southern France and the rest of the year in Geneva in Switzerland. In Saint-Sulpice, on Lake Geneva, they had a new house built in 2012.

In December 2008 he was granted Armenian citizenship.

Charles Aznavour died on 1 October 2018 at the age of 94 from heart and lung failure as a result of acute pulmonary edema.

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