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Francesco Paolo Lo Vecchio (Mr. Rhythm, America's Number One Song Stylist, Old Man Jazz, Old Leather Lungs) was born on 30 March, 1913 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, is a Music Department, Soundtrack, Actor. Discover Frankie Laine's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Frankie Laine networth?

Popular As Francesco Paolo Lo Vecchio (Mr. Rhythm, America's Number One Song Stylist, Old Man Jazz, Old Leather Lungs)
Occupation music_department,soundtrack,actor
Age 94 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 30 March, 1913
Birthday 30 March
Birthplace Chicago, Illinois, USA
Date of death 6 February, 2007
Died Place San Diego, California, USA
Nationality United States

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Who Is Frankie Laine's Wife?

His wife is Marcia Ann Kline (5 July 1999 - 6 February 2007) ( his death), Nan Grey (15 June 1950 - 25 July 1993) ( her death)

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Wife Marcia Ann Kline (5 July 1999 - 6 February 2007) ( his death), Nan Grey (15 June 1950 - 25 July 1993) ( her death)
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Frankie Laine Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Frankie Laine worth at the age of 94 years old? Frankie Laine’s income source is mostly from being a successful Music Department. He is from United States. We have estimated Frankie Laine's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Music Department

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He toured Britain in 1988, singing as vigorously as ever. He has experienced open heart surgery (quad by-pass) and still performs.


In the 1980s, he observed children in a park without shoes in the wintertime and petitioned radio stations across the United States to raise money to buy shoes at Christmas time for poor families with children. Thousands and thousands of dollars have been raised to benefit this effort.


When Mel Brooks advertised in the show business trade papers for a "Frankie Laine-type" voice to sing the title song for Blazing Saddles (1974), he expected a good imitation of the real Laine. Instead, Laine himself showed at Brooks' office two days later, ready to do the job. He got the job and sang the Oscar-nominated title song again at the Academy Awards the following year.


Was first and primarily a popular singer. With songs on the charts as late as the 1970s he was most popular during the late 1940s and early 1950s when he had several top 20 hits.


A businessman as well as a singer, Laine owned the Frankie Laine Rambler auto dealership in the Los AngelesaArea in the 1960s. Rambler was a model manufactured by Nash Motors, which eventually changed its name to American Motors Corporation, and manufactured the Gremlin, the Pacer and the Javelin. The company went out of business in 1988.


Sang the theme song for the TV series, Rawhide (1959), which ran on CBS-TV from 1959 to 1965.


He was also a first class jazz singer and, by 1952, he was among the top recording stars and had his own show at the London Palladium. He also made a command performance for Queen Elizabeth II.

He joined ASCAP in 1952, and his chief musical collaborator was Carl Fischer.


In 1950, he married Nan Grey, an actress, and raised her two children from a previous marriage.


Some of Laine's finest hits include "That's My Desire" (1947), "Mule Train" (1949), "Jezebel, Cry of the Wild Goose" (1950), "On the Sunny Side Of The Street" (1951), "I Believe" (1953) and "Moonlight Gambler" in 1957.


Singer, composer and author Frankie Laine was born March 30, 1913 in Chicago. His real name was Francesco Paulo LoVecchio and he lived in Chicago's Little Italy. Frankie was the oldest of eight children born to Sicilian immigrants John and Anna Lo Vecchio, who had come from Monreale, Sicily near Palermo. His father first worked as a water-boy for the Chicago Railroad and he was eventually promoted to laying rails. His father subsequently went to a Trade School and became a barber. One of his most famous clients was gangster Al Capone. Frankie made his first appearance in a choir at the Immaculate Conception Church where he was an altar boy. At 15, he performed at the Merry Garden Ballroom in Chicago while attending Lane Technical School. He supported himself by working as a car salesman, bouncer in a beer parlor and as a machinist. He also sang at a weekly radio station (wins) for $5. 00 per week. The program director for wins convinced him to change his name to Frankie Laine after he auditioned for the radio. His name was stretched out to Frankie because opera singer Frances Lane (Dorothy Kirsten) and Fanny Rose (Dinah Shore) were singing at nearby radio station WNEW. At 18, he went to Baltimore and participated in a marathon dance contest after coming off the heels of winning ones in Stamford, CT. and Chicago. Laine set an all-time marathon dance record of 3501 hours in 145 consecutive days in 1932 at Wilson's Pier in Atlantic City, New Jersey and his competition was an Olympic miler named Joey Ray and included 101 other contestants. Altogether, he participated in 14 marathons, winning three, second once and fifth twice. His last contest was back in Chicago at the Arcadia where a 14-year-old girl was disqualified because the judges found out her age. She later became successful singer, Anita O'Day. Laine moved to Los Angeles, California and worked at a defense plant. One day, he noticed a boy struggling in a neighborhood swimming pool and saved him from drowning. His name was Ronnie Como, son of singer Perry Como. Coincidentally, Laine replaced Como on the Frankie Carlone band. Laine was working at Hollywood and Vine in the Billy Berg Club when he was discovered by Hoagy Carmichael after Carmichael heard him sing his song "Old Rocking Chair". The house trio was led by none other than Nat 'King' Cole. Laine introduced the song "That's My Desire" at the Vine Street Club in Hollywood, California.