Date of birth: June 07, 1917
Date of death: December 25, 1995 (Aged 78)
Full name: Dino Paul Crocetti
Born place: Steubenville, Ohio, USA
Height: 5’ 10” (178 cm)
Weight: 171 lbs (78 kg)
Hair color: Dark Brown/Grey
Eye color: Dark Brown
Dean Martin was a legendary comedian, actor and musician who maintained his relevance as an entertainer for over 5 decades. His career launch began with comedy in the 40’s.
Meeting his fellow comedian Jerry Lewis played a significant role in his career as they began performing as a comic duo at Atlantic City’s 500 Club. His musical skills helped him and Lewis to stand out in their field.
Martin eventually branched into the movie industry in 1946 through a short film titled Film Vodvil: Art Mooney and Orchestra. By the start of the 50’s, he ventured into television as he was a regular on the musical comedy show, The Colgate Comedy Hour. In the mid 60’s, he got his own show on NBC titled The Dean Martin Show. This show was a huge success as it aired for 9 years having 264 episodes.
His impeccable work on this show even earned him a Golden Globe award. In the movie industry, he was known for featuring in the comedy film titled Who Was That Lady? which eventually led to a Golden Globe nomination for him.
Musically, he attained much fame through his 1964 single, Everybody Loves Somebody, which topped the charts all across the US. His single was such a huge success that it turned into an album. This version was named a number 2 single in the US.
Right from his youth up till his death, Martin maintained a lean and nice looking figure. While he was young, his exposure to boxing played a significant role in his fitness as he developed healthy habits that worked for him even in old age. Martin always had nice looking hair. Unlike most men who lose their hair in old age, Martin’s hair remained ever stunning until his death.
Despite his tragic death in 1995, Martin has greatly influenced the entertainment industry through his roles in 22 television shows and 63 movies.