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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 8 June 1940Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Birth NameNancy Sandra Sinatra
Nickname The Icon of Cool
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Nancy Sandra Sinatra was born the first child of Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra on June 8, 1940 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Her first television appearance was with her father and Elvis Presley in 1959. She first appeared as a film actress in For Those Who Think Young (1964) and Get Yourself a College Girl (1964). Nancy appeared alongside Elvis in the musical comedy Speedway (1968). She also had a successful career as a singer with two United States chart-toppers ("These Boots Are Made for Walking" and the duet with her father called "Somethin' Stupid") as well as numerous other chart entries including the John Barry / Leslie Bricusse penned theme song to the James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967). Lee Hazlewood wrote many of her songs and sang with her on some of them. By the early 1970s, she was covering new ground by recording songs from other writers such as Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, Lynsey de Paul and Roy Wood. In recent years, Nancy has made a comeback also not hindered by the recent successful re-recording of "Somethin' Stupid" by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous

Spouse (2)

Hugh Lambert (12 December 1970 - 18 August 1985) (his death) (2 children)
Tommy Sands (11 September 1960 - 28 July 1965) (divorced)

Trade Mark (4)

Platinum blonde hair
Large brown eyes
Deep sultry voice
Voluptuous figure

Trivia (18)

Daughter of Frank Sinatra and Nancy Barbato
Older sister of Tina Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr..
Mother of A.J. Lambert and photographer Amanda Lambert (born March 17, 1976).
Phil Silvers wrote the lyrics to the Jimmy Van Heusen song "Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" for Nancy Sinatra in honor of her 4th birthday
Began her recording career in 1961 with the release of her debut single "Cuff Links and a Tie Clip".
Actor James Darren is the godfather of her daughter A.J. Lambert.
Has charted 21 times on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, 10 times on the Adult Contemporary chart and twice on the Country chart.
Released a single in 1976 called "Kinky Love", on Private Stock. The song's suggestive lyrics made the song unplayable to radio waves, and was only heard every so often in underground of the late 1970s. It first gained resurrection when in the early 1990s, The Pail Saints covered the song for an album, but really rose attention when Nancy herself included on a 1998 compilation of rare and unreleased tracks called "Sheet Music". Today, the song is widely recognized as a cult hit of Sinatra's (being the talk of different places on the Internet), and original copies of the single [Private Stock 075] is a sought-after collectors item; rarely ever seen at all. Some copies sell for over $1,000 dollars.
Her first hit record, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'", became popular partly due to the prominent bass guitar riff played throughout the song. That riff was played by Chuck Berghofer, with Carol Kaye on rhythm guitar. Both are of the legendary Wrecking Crew.
Former stepdaughter of Ava Gardner, Mia Farrow and Barbara Marx.
(April 30, 1967) Performed "Somethin' Stupid" with brother Frank Sinatra Jr. on "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" (1967). Nancy and father Frank Sinatra had just had a number 1 hit with the song in the United States and the United Kingdom, the only father-daughter duet ever to top the charts.
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on May 11, 2006.
She was awarded a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars on May 9, 2002.
First American to perform the title song of a James Bond film (You Only Live Twice (1967)).
Neighbors with Gavin MacLeod.
Ex-sister-in-law of Wes Farrell.
Attended University High School in West Hollywood, California.
Member of the close-harmony singing group, "The Tri-Tones" with Jane Ross and Belinda Burrell while in high school.

Personal Quotes (1)

(About show business) It's a hectic, crazy life. You're not like a shoe salesman, who can get rid of his wares. You're stuck with a product - yourself.

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