Frank Sinatra

Reference Number
Artists Name
Frank Sinatra
Real Name
Francis Albert Sinatra
Activity of Fame
  • Actor
  • Singer
Birth Dates
Star Sign
Sagittarius (Nov 23rd – Dec 21st)
Country of Birth
United States
State of Birth
New Jersey
City of Birth
Death Dates
Date of Death
May 14, 1998
Age (Years)
Cause of Death
Country of Death
United States
State of Death
City of Death
Los Angeles
Date of Funeral
May 20, 1998
Funeral Method
Burial in Earth
Country of Funeral
United States
State of Funeral
City of Funeral
Cathedral City
Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra (born 12 December 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA) was an American singer, actor and entertainer. His nights were Ol 'Blue Eyes and, because of his characteristic voice, The Voice. He began his musical career in the swing era as a singer in the orchestras of Harry James and Tommy Dorsey. With fellow artists like Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., he belonged to the so-called Rat Pack. His internationally successful hits, including Strangers in the Night, My Way and New York, New York, gave Sinatra world fame. His albums were sold more than 150 million times.

Sinatra died after his second heart attack in the Cedars Sinai Hospital of Los Angeles. In his honor, the lights of the city were turned off for three minutes in Las Vegas, and the Empire State Building in New York City was bathed in blue light for three days, in reference to his nickname Ol 'Blue Eyes. Following a death fair held by Los Angeles Cardinal Mahoney, Archbishop of Los Angeles, Sinatra was buried on May 20, 1998 at the Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, California, USA.

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