Person    | Male  Born 8/12/1925  Died 16/5/1990

Sammy Davis Jnr

Categories: Cinema, Dance, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre

Countries: USA

Born Harlem in New York City into a show-biz family. Hit the big-time in 1951. Lost his left eye in a car crash in 1954. Member of Sinatra's Rat Pack. In 1967 on TV he greeted Frank's daughter, Nancy, with an early, shocking, inter-racial kiss. Died California.

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Sammy Davis Jnr

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Hippodrome - Sammy Davis Jr.

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