American music stars died in Anorexia nervosa

Here are 1 famous musicians from United States of America died in Anorexia nervosa:

Karen Carpenter

Karen Carpenter (March 2, 1950 New Haven-February 4, 1983 Downey) also known as Karen Anne Carpenter, K.C., Die Carpenter or The Carpenters was an American singer, drummer, actor and musician.

Her albums include Karen Carpenter. Her related genres: Pop music and Soft rock.

Karen Carpenter was born in New Haven, Connecticut, but her family moved to Downey, California when she was a child. She and her brother Richard formed the popular pop duo The Carpenters in the 1960s, and quickly became known for Karen's smooth, warm vocals and Richard's impeccable arrangements. They went on to release numerous hit singles and albums throughout the 1970s, including "Close to You," "We've Only Just Begun," and "Rainy Days and Mondays."

In addition to her musical career, Carpenter was also involved in acting, appearing in a few television shows and commercials. She struggled with anorexia nervosa for years, however, and sadly passed away at the young age of 32 due to complications from the disease. Despite her short life, Carpenter left a lasting impact on music and pop culture, and is remembered as one of the greatest singers of her generation.

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