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Micki Varro

Date of passing: 
January 16, 2018

Obituary

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Micki Varro was an American actress and singer.

Varro was a meteorologist and anchor in the 1970s on WPLG-TV, the ABC affiliate in Miami, and later appeared in more than 200 national TV commercials.

She starred on stages in New York, Los Angeles and Florida in productions of Voices, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Barefoot in the Park and The Prisoner of Second Avenue.

As a singer, she often appeared with husband Johnny Varro, a jazz pianist, bandleader and arranger, at music festivals around the world, and she performed a one-woman show in Miami Beach nightclubs and at other venues.

Micki Varro was an American actress and singer.

Varro was a meteorologist and anchor in the 1970s on WPLG-TV, the ABC affiliate in Miami, and later appeared in more than 200 national TV commercials.

She starred on stages in New York, Los Angeles and Florida in productions of Voices, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Barefoot in the Park and The Prisoner of Second Avenue.

As a singer, she often appeared with husband Johnny Varro, a jazz pianist, bandleader and arranger, at music festivals around the world, and she performed a one-woman show in Miami Beach nightclubs and at other venues.

On The New Howdy Doody Show in the 1970s, Varro's characters included Aunt Prunella, Manya and Glory Grits. She also appeared on television in Mama's Family, Matt Houston, It's a Living, Capitol, and Hart to Hart.

Varro died January 16, 2018, in Palm Court, Florida. She was 75.

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