Pia Zadora is more than a singer…

"An evening with Pia equals great entertainment!"

-Theater Mania

"…a seasoned entertainer that knows how to work a room."

-Stage Buddy

"…appealing and emphatic…"

-Theatre Scene


Even in the 21st century, Pia remains a prolific performer. Her weekly cabaret, 'Pia's Place', at Vegas' famous Piero's Italian Cuisine draws the attention of notable Entertainment figures and she shows no signs of stopping!

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Thirty-three years after her big night, the 'Butterfly' star reminisces about the uproar over her being named new star of the year - beating out the likes of Kathleen Turner and Elizabeth McGovern - and the melodrama of her life since then, from tumultuous marriages to a golf cart accident that left her unable to taste or smell.

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The cult film director — who cast Zadora as a 'beatnik chick' in 1988's Hairspray — tells THR that he's been a huge fan since he first met Zadora and her then-husband Meshulam Riklis at the 1981 Berlin Film Festival. The odd couple were there to promote Butterfly, for which Zadora would later be controversially awarded a Golden Globe.

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From Broadway to the Silver Screen, Pia's status as an icon of Entertainment and Hollywood remains the stuff of legend. Take a look back through her earliest years as America's freshest star and her foray into more mature comedic and dramatic roles that won her the Golden Globe.

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