Frank Sinatra's Net Worth Is $50 Million
Born on December 12, 1915, Franck Sinatra lived until May 14, 1998. Throughout his life and even after it, he has maintained a larger-than-life status within the music industry. When he first started his musical career, it was during the swing era. During the 1940s, he signed a contract with Columbia Records. By 1946, he released the “Voice of Frank Sinatra”. This initial success stalled by the 1950s, but Sinatra managed to revive his career with an acting role in From Here to Eternity. After this Academy Award winning performance, he released the album In the Wee Small Hours with Capital Records.
He released a string of other albums with the company until he left to found his own record label, Reprise Records. In 1965, Frank Sinatra starred in “Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music”. He released the album “September of My Years” and finally retired in 1971. Despite his attempted retirement, he started working in 1973 on several new albums and scored a top 40 hit with the now-famous song, “New York, New York”. He performed shows in Las Vegas and internationally until he died in 1998. Altogether, he was estimated to have an accumulated net worth of $50 million at his death.
Outside of his music career, Frank Sinatra is also known for his alleged relationship with organized crime. At one point in time, the FBI had more than 2,400 pages about Frank Sinatra and his links to the Mafia. The head of the FBI, Herbert Hoover, investigated Sinatra's communist ties for years, but never had enough evidence to prosecute. Instead, Hoover found connections to extramarital affairs and solicitation. Other documents show death threats and extortion plans that targeted Frank Sinatra. During his life, Frank Sinatra met with noted public figures like Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Sammy Davis Kr. And Lyndon B. Johnson.