|Celebrated Name:||Tina Sinatra|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Christina Sinatra|
|Age:||72 years old|
|Birth Date:||20 June 1948|
|Birth Place:||Los Angeles, California, U. S|
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Wes Farrell (1974-1976), Richard M. Cohen (1981-1983)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||N/A|
|Is Tina Sinatra Lesbian?||No|
|Profession:||Actress, author, singer as well as producer.|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$60 Million|
|Last Updated:||December 2020|
Tina Sinatra is a renowned American singer, film producer, actress, and memoirist.
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Early Life & Biography
Tina was born on 20 June 1948 in Los Angeles, California, and she is the youngest child of the American singer as well as actor Frank Sinatra as well as his first wife by the name Nancy Barbato Sinatra. She did have two full siblings by the name Nancy as well as Frank Jr. When she was three years old, her parents divorced.
In the year 1970, in June, she went on and announced that she was engaged to the actor by the name Robert Wagner. However, they would later call off the engagement in the year 1972. In the year 1974, she went on to marry Wes Farrell at her dad’s apartment at the Caesars Palace located in Las Vegas.
Their relationship would deteriorate, and they opted for a divorce in 1976, which was after two and a half years in marriage. She began a petition in favor of the construction of Beverly Hills Community Dog Park that is located in Beverly Hills, California, in the year 2015.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 20 June 1948, Tina Sinatra is 72 years old as of today’s date 1st December 2020. Her height is 1.6 meters tall, and her weight is 58 kg.
Sinatra was able to appear on the album that was titled ‘The Sinatra Family Wish You a Merry Christmas’ with the father as well as her siblings in the year 1968. She was able to contribute to 5 tracks on this album, including ‘Santa Claus Is Coming To Town’ as well as duet on ‘O Bambino’ with her sister. Tina went on and appeared with her siblings on an episode of Dean Martin’s TV Show with Martin’s Children.
She never had a wish to be a singer like her father as well as siblings. Still, She went on to take acting classes with Jeff Corey as well as appeared opposite Hampton Fancher in 1969 TV miniseries dubbed ‘Romeo und Julia 70’ in Germany where she was able to live for a few years. After she returned to the United States, she was able to take more classes with Corey and went on to appear in episodes of Adam-12, Mannix as well as It Takes a Thief.
In her Memoir, she was able to write off her acting career that though her reviews were memorable, she did lack ambition as well as the confidence to be able to become an actress. Sinatra went on to remain in the entertainment industry, where she became a theatrical agent under the name Arnold Stiefel. At one of the stages, she represented Robert Blake. She has worked as an occasional film producer; she was able to feature in the TV movie ‘Fantasy Island,’ which went on to become a pilot program for a long-running TV series of the same title.
She served as an executive producer of 1992 CBS TV miniseries by the name Sinatra about her father’s life. In addition, she was able to serve as producer of 2004 remake of her father’s 1962 film by the name ‘The Manchurian Candidate.’ In the year 2000, she co-wrote a memoir dubbed, ‘My Father’s Daughter’ with Jeff Coplon.
Awards & Achievements
Tina Sinatra has not been able to win any awards. However, her work has gone on to be a favorite of so many people.
Net Worth & Salary of Tina Sinatra in 2020
As of December 2020, Tina Sinatra has an estimated net worth of more than $60 million. She has made this wealth from working as an actress, author, singer as well as producer.
Tina is an animal activist as well as a dog lover and began a petition in the year 2015, where she urged authorities to go on and build Beverley Hills Community Dog Park. Her Memoir about her father was able to receive rave reviews and has been considered an insightful document on the life and personality of her father, Frank Sinatra.