Frank Sinatra


Born on December 12, 1915.
Died at the age of 82 on May 14, 1998.
Cause of Death: Heart attack.

Frank Sinatra

Which generation did Frank Sinatra belong to?

Frank Sinatra was a part of the Greatest Generation demographic cohort.

"But I thought he was a boomer?!"

Frank Sinatra was not a boomer. The boomer generation started in 1945, whereas he was born in 1915.

That is a 30 year difference!

The "boomer" label is often applied to older people by mistake.

What was he known for?

He was a popular singer, actor, and entertainer.

What were his nicknames?

His nicknames / aliases were: "Chairman of the Board" and "Ol' Blue Eyes".

Which star sign was Frank Sinatra?

Frank Sinatra had the star sign Sagittarius.

Life Path Number.

His Life Path Number was 4.

How tall was he?

Frank Sinatra was around 5 ft 7 inches tall. In centimeters, his height was 171 cm.

This means that he was slightly shorter than the average American male. However, he was still taller than the average woman.

See also: Celebrities who are 5 ft 7 inches.

How many years ago did he die?

He died 25 years and 22 days ago.

What day of the week was he born on?

He was born on a Sunday.

What day of the week did he die on?

He died on a Thursday.

How long ago did Frank Sinatra die?

He died in May 1998, which was over 25 years ago. Two decades have passed since his death.

To put that into perspective.

  • A child who was born on the day of his death has grown up, finished school and started a family by now.
  • Since Frank Sinatra's death in 1998, roughly six FIFA World Cups have taken place. Furthermore, around seven US presidential elections have been held.
  • Since his death, the United States has had four new presidents.
  • The United Kingdom has had six new prime ministers.
  • Because he died in 1998, it means that he probably never heard of famous names such as Eminem, Coldplay, Vladimir Putin, Shakira, Hugh Jackman, and Russell Crowe.

Other people who died around May 14, 1998.

Celebrities and other notable figures who died around the same time as Frank Sinatra.

Rob Pilatus

German singer. Deceased
Died on April 3rd, 1998
Died at the age of 32
Star Sign: Gemini

Phil Hartman

American actor. Deceased
Died on May 28th, 1998
Died at the age of 49
Star Sign: Libra

People who are taller than him.

Celebrities and other figures who are slightly taller than him.

John McCain

US presidential candidate. Deceased
Born on August 29th, 1936
Height: 1.75m / 5 ft 9 inches

Justin Long

Born on June 2nd, 1978
Height: 1.75m / 5 ft 9 inches

Paris Hilton

Born on February 17th, 1981
Height: 1.73m / 5 ft 8 inches

Mark Wahlberg

Born on June 5th, 1971
Height: 1.73m / 5 ft 8 inches

Rutherford B. Hayes

US President. Deceased
Born on October 4th, 1822
Height: 1.74m / 5 ft 9 inches

Sam Cooke

Singer. Deceased
Born on January 22nd, 1931
Height: 1.77m / 5 ft 10 inches

People who are shorter than him.

Celebrities and other figures who are slightly shorter than him.

Blu Cantrell

Born on March 16th, 1976
Height: 1.70m / 5 ft 7 inches

Ariel Sharon

Israeli Prime Minister. Deceased
Born on February 26th, 1928
Height: 1.70m / 5 ft 7 inches

Eddie Griffin

Actor / Comedian.
Born on July 15th, 1968
Height: 1.70m / 5 ft 7 inches

Ice Spice

Born on January 1st, 2000
Height: 1.67m / 5 ft 6 inches

Danai Gurira

Born on February 14th, 1978
Height: 1.70m / 5 ft 7 inches

Jacinda Ardern

New Zealand Prime Minister.
Born on July 26th, 1980
Height: 1.65m / 5 ft 5 inches

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