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Nancy Sinatra

Nancy SinatraAKA Nancy Sandra Sinatra

Born: 8-Jun-1940
Birthplace: Jersey City, NJ

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Singer
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Has boots made for walkin'

Her 1965 hit "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" was written by Lee Hazlewood.

Father: Frank Sinatra (singer/actor, b. 12-Dec-1915, d. 14-May-1998)
Mother: Nancy Barbato
Brother: Frank Sinatra, Jr. (b. 10-Jan-1944)
Sister: Tina Sinatra (b. 20-Jun-1948)
Slept with: John DeLorean (auto manufacturer)
Husband: Tommy Sands (singer, m. 11-Sep-1960, div. 1965)
Husband: Hugh Lambert (m. 12-Dec-1970, d. 18-Aug-1985, two daughters)
Daughter: A. J. Lambert (b. 22-May-1974)
Daughter: Amanda Lambert

    High School: University High School, Los Angeles, CA

    Lee Hazlewood
    Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
    EMILY's List
    Friends of Hillary
    Gore 2000
    Hillary Clinton for President
    John Kerry for President
    Obama for America
    Posed Naked for Playboy
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Acrophobia

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Mayor of the Sunset Strip (17-Jun-2003) · Herself
    Speedway (15-Apr-1968) · Susan Jacks
    The Wild Angels (20-Jul-1966) · Mike
    The Last of the Secret Agents? (25-May-1966)
    The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (6-Apr-1966)
    The Oscar (4-Mar-1966) · Herself
    Marriage on the Rocks (16-Sep-1965) · Tracy Edwards
    Get Yourself a College Girl (18-Dec-1964) · Lynne
    For Those Who Think Young (Jun-1964) · Karen Cross


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