Deana Martin is an influential American singer, actor and performer and the very proud daughter of iconic entertainer, Dean Martin.
Deana achieved success early in her career in films, theater and television, then quickly added to her repertoire – recording artist, best-selling author, nationally syndicated radio host, licensed pilot, and entrepreneur.
As an internationally acclaimed entertainer, hit recording artist and an in-demand performer, playing to sold-out audiences worldwide, Deana Martin has become an instantly recognizable voice and figure in the pantheon of The Great American Songbook.
Deana’s 2006 debut CD release, Memories Are Made Of This, stayed in the top ten for 40 consecutive weeks. In 2009 another hit CD, Volare, was released; it debuted on the Billboard charts at #7 and the Jazz chart at #22. White Christmas, was another chart buster, released in 2011, and staying on the top ten throughout the entire Christmas season.
A celebrated author, Deana Martin found herself on the New York Times coveted Best Seller list with her 2004 memoir, Memories Are Made Of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eyes. In it, Deana delights in sharing wonderful, never-before-told stories about her father and his Pallies. To her they were known as, Uncle Frank (Sinatra) and Uncle Sammy (Davis, Jr.) – to the world, they were known as the Rat Pack.
The book will soon be made into a movie, directed by actor Joe Mantegna, with screenplay written by actor/writer/television host Bonnie Hunt, and staring Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Seeing Deana Martin in a live performance, you get the sense that there is nothing she cannot do. And you’re right! With an abundance of success under her belt as a hit recording artist, highly praised concert performer, accomplished actor and best-selling author – Deana Martin seems to excel effortlessly at everything she does.
Like her Dad, Deana makes it all look so easy, and audiences can’t get enough.
Deana and her husband John Griffeth divide their time between Beverly Hills, CA and Branson, MO.
- Regis Philbin