Romina Francesca Power born October 2, 1951) is a singer and actor born in the United States.
Born in Los Angeles, California, United States, Romina Power is the eldest daughter of actor Tyrone Power and his second wife, actress Linda Christian - Mexican Americans.
After his parents divorced in 1956, she took her mother with her sister Taryn Power to live in many parts of the world but mostly in Mexico and Italy, although Romina attended the UK .
Romina began interested in music since childhood by the influence of Mexican Mariachi band music in the 1950s and 1960s Italy. In adolescence, her attention Beatles and Bob Dylan, the band have an influence on her musical composition. After receiving a birthday gift was a guitar, learning chords and she wrote the first song .
She appeared several times, mostly in Italian films since the age of 14, including the infamous Justine movie adapted from the novel by Count de Sade directed by Jesus Franco in 1968.
She met her husband (now divorced), singer and actor Albano Carrisi when acting together in the 1960s. They sing sometimes paired with Al Bano and Romina Power, became very famous in Italy, Spain, Germany, Russia and Latin America. Her husband a lot of albums with different languages and won No. 7 in the Italian music contest Eurovision 1976 and 1985. The couple divorced in 1999, has 4 children:
Ylenia (born 1970), 1994 went missing in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
Yari (born 1973), the only son
Christel (b. 1985), joined the Italian TV show La Fattoria (The Farm)
Romina (born 1987), in 2005 as editor of the Italian television Isola dei Famosi (Island of the Famous - the famous island) Albano with his father.
In 2005 she was a jury member Italian TV program Ballando the le Stelle ("Dancing with the Stars").
In 2006 and 2007, Romina exhibition organized by Ms. drawings, mainly in Milan. Also during this time she directed "Upaya" (2006).
Spring 2007 Romina Power bought the house in Sedona, Arizona, United States and decided to settle here completely, forever leaving Italy. Noise interview she revealed that public opinion regarding future plans Italian magazine Diva e donna posted. According to Romina, she is only seen as a public Italian Il ballo del performed through-via (Dance duck - song for children in her 1982 album Felicita and Albano), and she was very difficult to be the publication as a writer and painter. In addition, she also faced harassment discomfort of the local press, the journal exploring the theme of her private life and the disappearance of her daughter Ylenia  .
Menage all'italiana (Menage Italian Style, 1965)
Come ad imparai Amare le donne (How I Learned to Love Women, 1966)
Per amore ... Magia per ... (For Love ... for Magic, 1967)
Assicurasi vergine (Insurance on a Virgin, 1967)
L'oro del mondo (The World's Gold, 1967)
Vingt-Quatre heures de la vie d'une femme (24 Hours in the Life of a Woman, 1968)
Donna Rosa Il Suo Nome è (Her Name is Donna Rosa, 1969)
Pensando a te (Thinking of You, 1969)
Marquis de Sade: Justine (1969)
Femmine insaziabili (The Insatiables, 1969)
Las Trompetas del apocalipsis (Trumpets of the Apocalypse, 1969)
Mezzanotte d'amore (Midnight of Love, 1970)
Senza Paradiso Angeli (Angels Without Paradise, 1970)
Champagne in Paradiso (Paradise in Champagne, 1983)
Il ritorno di Sandokan (The Return of Sandokan, 1996, TV miniseries)
Tutti i sogni del mondo (All the Dreams in the World, 2003, TV miniseries)
"24 Hours In The Life Of A Woman"
12 Una Poesia E Canzoni (1969)
Ascolta, Di Un Amore Racconto Ti (1974)
The Blue-Jeans Un Di Paio (1974)
[Edit] With Al Bano
Innamorati Storia Di Due (1973)
Atto I (1975)
Des Nuits Entieres (1976)
Aria Pura (1979)
Sharazan (1981) (Spanish)
Che Angelo Sei (1982)
Que Sera Ángel (1982)
13 + 3 (1982)
The Golden Orpheus Festival 1984 (1984)
Effetto Amore (1985)
Sempre Sempre (1986)
Siempre Siempre (1986)
Fragile (Spanish) (1988)
Fotografia Di Un Momento (1990)
Fotografia De Un Momento (1990)
Corriere Di Natale (1990)
Bei uns Weihnachten Zu Hause (1991)
Ha Llegado Navidad (1991)
Notte E Giorno (1993)
El Tiempo De Amarse (1993)
Amor Sagrado (1995)
Al Bano & Romina Power: A Dalla Autoritratto all R (Rizzoli 1989)
Cercando Padre mio, (Gremese 1998)
Ho sognato don Chisciotte, (Bompiani 2000)
Kalifornia (It's here now), (Arcana 2004)