Lisa Mordente (Chita Rivera’s Daughter) Husband, Wikipedia, Age, Height, Husband

Lisa Mordente is best known as the daughter of Chita Rivera an American actress, singer, and dancer. Her dad name is Tony Mordente. She often accompanied her mother on set or the stage, but the legend’s daughter said she could always tell the difference between work and home. In a December 2002, Washington Times interview, Mordente said her mother was unaffected by her success and popularity. She said,

“She taught me the difference between showbiz life and real life and [how] never the twain shall meet. We had dinner at 4 p.m. every day at the table with place mats and no TV. There was Mom, and there was the lady I would sit in the orchestra pit and watch onstage. I never got the two mixed up.”

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Lisa Mordente Age

How old is Lisa Mordente? She was born on July 30, 1958 in New York. She is 65 years old, in 2024. She made her debut on the Broadway stage in a musical entitled Platinum, in 1978.

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Lisa Mordente Wiki

Lisa MordenteWiki
Real NameLisa Mordente
Nick NameLisa
Age65 years old, as of 2024
BirthdayJuly 30, 1958
ProfessionActress
Born InNew York
Zodiac SignLeo
EthnicityMixed
NationalityAmerican
SexualityStraight
ReligionChristian
HeightIn feet & inches: 5’5″
In m: 1.65
Weight (approx.)In Kg – 64
In lb. – 141
Shoe Size8.5 (US)
SpouseDonnie Kehr
ParentsFather: Tony Mordente
Mother: Chita Rivera
Net Worth$3 Million

Is Lisa Mordente Married?

Yes, Lisa Mordente is married with Donnie Kehr. They tied knot in 1993. She also sang a duet with Adam Sandler called “Crazy Love”.

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Her mother’s 90th birthday party

Mordente celebrated Rivera’s 90th birthday in January 2023 with a spectacular party. Rivera died a year later in upstate New York with her daughter.

“I just had a birthday, and it was a biggie. I can’t get over the number. Ninety! My daughter, Lisa, threw me a party at a replica 1920s speakeasy in Manhattan. It was amazing — but when I spied a celebratory banner with that huge number, I shivered. That’s when my polite side, my Chita side, came out: I let them keep those decorations up.”

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