The singer of 'New York, New York' (1980) and leader of the Grammy-winning group of popular entertainers in Las Vegas called the Rat Pack.
December 12, 1915
May 14, 1998
Hoboken, New Jersey
Frank Sinatra was a hallmark figure of 20th-century music. His career advanced when he gained prominences as the ‘greatest male pop singer in the history of America.’ He found further fame with his bestselling singles and albums ‘New York, New York’ (1980), ‘From Here to Eternity’ (1953), and ‘My Way’ (1969). Sinatra was frequently seen at his Las Vegas shows and on-screen as well, appearing in the films ‘The Manchurian Candidate’ (1962) and ‘The Man with the Golden Arm’ (1955).
His scar on the left side of his face was due to the forceps used during his birth.