Not too long after that, he met his wife, who was African American and Loletha Elaine Falana was born in Camden, New Jersey. She spent most of her childhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Miss Falana belts out timeless classics such as "Lady Marmalade," "I Wanna Be Where You Are," and "Stop In The Name of Love" to name a few.
One day on a golf course with Jack Benny, he was asked what his handicap was. He was the recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in 1987, and in 2001, he was posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. was born on December 8, 1925, in the Harlem section of Manhattan in New York City, the son of entertainer and stage performer, Sammy Davis Sr.
(1900–1988), an African-American entertainer, and Elvera Sanchez (1905–2000), an Afro-Cuban tap dancer.
She loved music so much that she even left high school and moved to New York before graduation to pursue her career in show business.
She spent most of her childhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.