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Nancy Sinatra

Nancy Sandra Sinatra (born on June 8, 1940, in Jersey City, N.J.), the first child of Frank Sinatra and Nancy Barbato, was nominated twice at the Golden Globes as Best Actress in a Television Series for Movin’ with Nancy, in 1968 and ’69. A singer-songwriter and an actress, she first appeared on television with her father and Elvis Presley in 1959.

Her acting debut in film was in For Those Who Think Young and Get Yourself a College Girl (both 1964), and then she appeared next to  Presley in the musical comedy Speedway (1968).

Among her chart-toppers songs are These Boots Are Made for Walking, Bang Bang, and the duet with her father Somethin’ Stupid. She wrote the theme song for the James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967). Her songs have featured in several movies throughout the decades, including more recently in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: (Vol. 1) (2003) (Bang Bang)  and  Rod Lurie’s Straw Dogs (2011).

Golden Globe Awards