Date of birth: December 30, 1945
Date of death: February 29, 2012 (Aged 66)
Full name: David Thomas Jones
Born place: Openshaw, Lancashire, England
Height: 5’4’’ (164 cm)
Weight: 59 kg (130 pounds)
Hair color: Dark Brown
Eye color: Dark Brown
Davy Jones was a legendary English musician, actor and businessman who maintained his relevance in the entertainment industry for over 5 years. During this period he attained the most recognition for being a member of the pop-rock band called The Monkees.
Jones’ legacy in the entertainment industry began through an episode of the anthology series titled BBC Sunday-Night Play in 1960. Toward the end of the 60’s, he ventured into the movie industry featuring in the musical film Head.
His musical career was launched in the mid-60’s as he began a member of The Monkees for the sitcom bearing the same name. Around the same period, he was working on his solo career and eventually released his very first album titled David Jones.
In 1971, he went ahead to release another studio and ended up releasing a total of 7 solo studio albums. Jones had dabbled a bit into voice acting as he was featured in popular animations such as Phineas and Ferb, Spongebob Square Pants and The New Scooby-Doo Movies.
For his decades in the limelight, Jones underwent various changes physically as he literarily grew up in the public eye. While he was yet a youth, Jones seemed to particularly like haircuts with bangs as he always tried to involve some kind of bang in his haircut each time he changed his hairstyle.
At various points in his career, Jones went from a short classic haircut to an average length hair with tonged tips and even a bob style all having bangs. Jones held strong to this look up till the later years of his career when he opted for a more standard and mature hairstyle.
Regarding his body physique, Jones years as a horse racer helped him to develop healthy habits as he maintained a lean figure up until the point of his death in 2012.