Frankie Valli Wiki, Age, Bio, Height, Wife, Career, Net Worth

Frankie Valli

Frankie Valli is an American singer best known as The Four Seasons’ main vocalist. Frankie Valli’s lead falsetto voice is well-known for its strength.

Wiki, Bio, Age,  Family, Siblings, Childhood & Education

Frankie Valli was born Francesco Stephen Castelluccio on 3 May 1934. He entered this globe in the United States of America’s Newark, New Jersey. He is currently 87 years old and a citizen of the United States. Similarly, his zodiac sign is Taurus, but he is a Christian.

With regards to his family, he was born into an Italian household. He is the eldest son of Anthony Castelluccio and Mary Rinaldi. Anthony was a barber as well as a Lionel model train show designer. Additionally, his mother was a stay-at-home mom who worked at a beer firm.

Frankie Valli’s Height, Weight & Body Measurement

The singer stands at 5 feet 5 inches or 1.65 meters tall and weighs approximately 79 kilograms. His other bodily measures, on the other hand, are unavailable. Additionally, he has black and white hair and green eyes.

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Frankie Valli Posing for a photo(source Instagram)

Frankie Valli’s Profession & Career

He performed a variety of performances throughout the early stages of his career. He became a member of the Variety Trio in 1951, alongside Nickie DeVito, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Macioci. Valli remained in contact with Tommy DeVito and Nick Macioci (later renamed Nick Massi), with whom he performed until the Variety Trio disbanded in late 1952.

Frankie Valli was the lead singer of The Four Seasons, which was created in 1960 by Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi, and Bob Gaudio. ‘Sherry & 11 Others,’ the group’s debut album, was released in 1962. ‘Sherry,’ the album’s lead single, was followed by ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry,’ ‘Walk Like a Man,’ ‘Candy Girl,’ and ‘Ain’t That a Shame.’ The record was a big success, and it launched the band members’ careers.

In 1962, they were invited to perform their hit “Big Girls Don’t Cry” on the television show “American Bandstand.” The following year, they released ‘The 4 Seasons Greetings,’ a Christmas CD that featured an original interpretation of ‘Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,’ as well as other holiday-themed songs. Between 1965 and 1967, The Four Seasons recorded songs such as The Wonder Who? Valli’s falsetto vocals were frequently muffled on songs released under this pseudonym. In 1974, his solo single ‘My Eyes Adored You became a major hit, rekindling interest in The Four Seasons’ music.

Additional Information

The Four Seasons’ 1975 album ‘Who Loves You’ was a major success, with the title track hitting the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Another track from the album, ‘December 1963 (Oh, What a Night),’ spent six months on the charts and became the group’s all-time best-selling single. Despite their fame as a touring band, the trio released only sporadic albums during the 1980s and beyond.

Valli released Romancing in the ’60s in October 2007, an album of cover versions of his favorite 1960s songs, including “Sunny” and “Any Day Now,” which he had previously recorded. Heaven Above Me, Valli’s first solo album in nearly twenty-seven years, was released in 1980. Valli made his Broadway debut in October 2012, with a week-long engagement at New York’s Broadway Theatre. From March 2016 to January 2017, “Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons” toured the United States, performing at small- to medium-sized venues including the Silver Legacy Casino in Reno, Nevada, the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, and the County Fair in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.

Valli released ‘Tis the Seasons, his first solo album in nine years, in October 2016. The album features Valli performing some of his favorite Christmas songs.

Career in Acting

Valli’s filmography includes appearances in Miami Vice, Full House, Witness to the Mob, The Sopranos, and the 2014 film And So It Goes. Valli portrayed mystery lawyer Leonard Cassano in the November 21, 2014 episode of Hawaii Five-0 titled “Ka Hana Malu (Inside Job).” Valli featured himself in the AMC television series The Making of the Mob: New York in 2015.

Frankie Valli’s Income & Net Worth

Frankie has amassed enormous money throughout the course of his decades-long career. He currently has a massive net worth of roughly $80 million US dollars, according to wiki sites.

Frankie Valli’s Wife, Marriage & Relationship

Valli has been married three times. He married Mary, who already had a two-year-old daughter, while he was in his early twenties. They had two daughters together and divorced 13 years later in 1971. He married MaryAnn Hannagan in 1974 and the couple remained together for eight years. He married Randy Clohessy in 1984 and had three sons with her before divorcing in 2004. Celia, his stepdaughter, died in 1980 after collapsing while attempting to climb a fire escape. Additionally, Francine, his youngest daughter from his marriage to Mary, died six months later from a heroin overdose.

Frankie Valli’s Social Media(Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Frankie has a massive 509k followers on his Facebook page. Similarly, he has over 16.1k Instagram followers and over 10.1k Twitter followers.

Quicks Facts

Full NameFrankie Valli
Born Date03 May 1934
Age87 years old
Lucky Number7
Lucky StoneEmerald
Lucky ColorGreen
Best Match for MarriageVirgo, Cancer, Capricorn
CountryUnited States
Height5 feet 5 inches (1.65m)
Weight79 Kg
Marital Statusdivorce
Divorce(Three) Mary, MaryAnn Hannagan, and Randy Clohessy
Net Worth$80 million USD
Eye ColorGreen
Hair ColorBlack and White
Birth PlaceNewark, New Jersey
FatherAnthony Castelluccio
MotherMary Rinaldi
Kids(six) Antonia Valli, Brando Valli, Celia Valli, Emilio Valli, Francesco Valli, Francine Valli
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