Samuel George Davis Jr. was an American singer, dancer, actor, comedian, film producer, and television director who lived from December 8, 1925, until May 16, 1990.
With his father Sammy Davis Sr. and the Will Mastin Trio, Davis started his vaudeville career when he was three years outdated. His film career started in 1933.
Davis rejoined the group after serving throughout the navy, and after appearing at Ciro’s (in West Hollywood) after the 1951 Academy Awards, he quickly rose to fame. He started making knowledge with the trio. In an automobile accident in 1954, when he was 29 years outdated, he misplaced his left eye. He later remodeled to Judaism after discovering similarities throughout the discrimination confronted by Jewish and African-American communities.
He co-starred alongside Chita Rivera throughout the Broadway manufacturing of Mr. Wonderful (1956). He made an look throughout the Rat Pack movie Ocean’s 11 in 1960.
In 1964, he made his stage comeback by costarring with Paula Wayne in a musical mannequin of Clifford Odets’ Golden Boy. For his effectivity, Davis obtained a Tony Award nomination.
Where is Sammy Davis Jr. now?
Presently, Davis is ineffective