Romina Power Undressed
Romina Francesca Power is the eldest daughter of American actor Tyrone Power and his 2nd wife, the actress Linda Christian. She was born on October 2, 1951 in Los Angeles, California.
After her parents divorced in 1956 her mother Linda Christian took her and her sister Taryn to live all around the world but mainly in Italy and Spain where she and her sister spent much of their childhood, although Romina attended school in England. She appeared in several mainly Italian language films from the age of 14, including the notorious 1968 adaptation of the Marquis de Sade novel Justine directed by Jesus Franco.
She met her (now ex) husband Albano Carrisi whilst acting in films in the 1960s. They became a well known singing duo in Italy and Germany, achieving 7th place in the 1976 and 1985 Eurovision Song Contest for Italy. They have 4 children: a son, Yari, and 3 daughters, Ylenia Carrisi (who went missing in New Orleans in 1994), Cristel Power Carrisi (starred in the Italian Reality TV show ''La Fattoria''), and Romina Carrisi (starring in the 2005 edition of the Italian Reality TV show ''Isola dei Famosi'' with her father Al Bano). She and Albano Carrisi divorced in 1999. In 2005 she was a judge in the Italian TV show ''Ballando con le Stelle'' (known as ''Strictly Come Dancing'' in the UK and ''Dancing with the Stars'' in other countries).