Randy Clohessy is the ex-wife of an American singer Frankie Valli, widely famous as the frontman of The Four Seasons beginning in the year 1960.
Randy Clohessy was born somewhere in the United States of America to American parents. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a black ethnical background.
Randy stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches with an average weight. She has hazel eyes color and dark brown hair color with a white skin tone.
What is the Net Worth & Salary of Randy Clohessy’s Ex-Husband?
Her ex-husband, Frankie Vallie has an estimated net worth of around $80 million as of 2019. He earned his net worth from his work with The 4 Seasons group and shows with Jersey Boys. He also earned royalties off the hit Broadway play Jersey Boys which has grossed about $3 billion worldwide. His annual salary is still missing from the media.
Besides these, Frankie bought a 6700-square-foot house with around 4.3 million which consists of six-bedrooms and eight-bathrooms. The house also features a gourmet kitchen, swimming pool, and spa.
Who is Randy Clohessy Husband?
Randy Clohessy seems to be single at the moment. Previously she married an American singer Frankie Valli. However, the couple married in the year 1984. The couple had three sons together (Francesco Valli, Antonia Valli, and Brando Valli).Caption: Randy Clohessy with her ex-husband
Later, they also separated in the year 2004. As of now, she is enjoying her single life and living a blessed full life with her children happily.
Her Ex-Husband’s Marriages
Her ex-husband has been married three times in his life. Frankie married his first wife, Mary, who already had a two-year-old daughter, Celia when he was in his early twenties. They raised two daughters together, Antonia and Francine, and divorced 13 years later in 1971.
After that, he married Mary Ann Hannagan in 1974 which lasted for eight years. Later, he married Randy in 1984 and the couple had three sons (Francesco Valli, Antonia Valli, and Brando Valli). In the year, Frankie and Randy separated their ways.
Randy Clohessy’s Ex-Husband’s Career
Her ex-husband, Frankie Valli began his music career in the year 1953, starting with the Variety Trio. He grew to become the lead singer of The Four Seasons. Frankie has achieved 29 Top 40 songs and nine as a solo artist. The group, The Four Seasons consisted of four members, which were Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi, and Bob Gaudio. They all have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Caption: Randy Clohessy’s ex-husband Frankie Valli’s The Four Seasons
As part of a celebration and the recognition of their success, Frankie Valli and the other group members of The Four Seasons had a musical, Jersey Boys made about them. The musical, Jersey Boys is biographical in nature which was opened in the year 2005. Currently, he is a performing musician, delighting fans with his alluring voice. He also performs on Broadway and in booked shows across the country.
Frankie made an appearance in 1985 on Miami Vice season 2 episode 5 titled Buddies. He made a special guest appearance (as himself) during Season 8 of Full House, on the episode, DJ’s Choice. In the year 1998, he played the role of Frank LoCascio in the TV movie Witness to the Mob. Further, he also made several appearances in Seasons 5 and 6 of the HBO series The Sopranos as the mobster.
In the year 2014, he appeared in the movie, And So It Goes. On 21st November 2014, episode of Hawaii Five-0 entitled Ka Hana Malu (Inside Job), he played mysterious lawyer Leonard Cassano. He did interviews as himself on the AMC television series The Making of the Mob: New York in the year 2015. Moreover, he has also made appearances on television as an actor, appearing in shows such as Miami Vice, The Sopranos, Full House and a couple more others.
He has been a supporter of heritage-related causes, particularly the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF).
Awards & Achievements
Till the date, Frankie has won six Tony Awards. In the year 2008, NIAF presented a scholarship in his name to an Italian-American music student during the foundation’s East Coast Gala. He received the NIAF Lifetime Achievement Award at the foundation’s Anniversary Gala in the year 2006. In May 2012, he received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor for his commitment to many humanitarian causes.