Posts By: Robert Davi

Actor Robert Davi Sells Screenplay to Producer Mark Canton (Exclusive)

Davi, with nearly 100 screen credits, also is attached to star in the story centering on Frank Sinatra. Robert Davi, who has more than 100 screen credits on his resume in a career that dates back to the 1970s, has sold an original screenplay called The Voice to Atmosphere Entertainment MM, the production company run… Read more

Robert Davi sings Sinatra, sincerely

One of Robert Davi’s lasting memories of Frank Sinatra is when the Chairman of the Board became the Chairman of the Bar. Years before Davi was a James Bond villain in Licence to Kill and hassled kids as a thug in The Goonies, he made his onscreen debut opposite Sinatra in the 1977 TV movie Contract on Cherry Street. While filming, Davi was out… Read more

Interpreting The Great American Songbook: Our Interview With Robert Davi

For those of us who grew up in the ’80s there are certain roles that will stick with us forever. Today we’re talking with Robert Davi, who’s impressive resume includes movies such as The Goonies (Jake Fratelli), Die Hard (FBI Agent Big Johnson), and License To Kill (Franz Sanchez), the TV show Profiler, and over 100 other titles on IMDB. Now he’s… Read more

Paw4mance Sponsors “DAVI Sings Sinatra” Live at The Grove, in Los Angeles, California

LAS VEGAS, Oct 18, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Natural and holistic pet food company, Paw4mance Pet Products International, Inc., (otcmarkets:PAWP) announced today as part of their U.S. product launch, it will sponsor iconic actor Robert Davi, live at The Grove “Davi Sings Sinatra: On The Road to Romance”. The free concert, open to the public,… Read more

Actor Robert Davi pays homage to Sinatra in song

Someday, Robert Davi’s going to walk into a restaurant with that famous tough guy mug of his and people aren’t going to whisper to friends, “Isn’t that the actor who plays the bad guy in movies?” They’re going to whisper, “Hey, isn’t that Robert Davi, the singer?” That would make his late bootlegging, opera-loving grandfather,… Read more

Robert Davi’s ‘Davi Sings Sinatra’

Better known as a villain on the big screen in such movies as License to Kill and The Goonies, actor Robert Davi takes on a new art form with the release of his crooner album full of 12 Frank Sinatra songs. At first listen, the loud, intricate instrumentals of the 30-piece big band orchestra blow you away. The orchestration is… Read more

Live Music: Robert Davi Sings Sinatra at Vibrato Grill Jazz…etc.

The row of stretch limos lined up inside the mini-mall at the top of Beverly Glen Tuesday night made it instantly clear that some sort of special event was taking place at Vibrato Grill Jazz…etc.  As it was. Frank Sinatra’s name in the title of any musical event lends a unique cachet, of course.  And… Read more

Actor Robert Davi honors Hollywood legend

LOS ANGELES, CA — He has worked with some of the more resplendent and influential silver screen legends in Hollywood, from the late Marlon Brando, Jr. to multi-award-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. Throughout a flourishing cinematic career that has stretched infectiously over more than three evolving decades, charismatic actor and recording artist Robert Davi has embarked on a national expedition to… Read more

‘Davi Sings Sinatra’ Arrives October 24

On October 24, our friend Robert Davi (“a singer who can act”) releases “Davi Sings Sinatra.” I’ve known Robert for a few years now and his affection and respect for Frank Sinatra was apparent the first time we met. As fate would have it, Davi co-starred with Sinatra in his first film, ”Contract On Cherry Street, ” and the… Read more

Robert Davi sings Sinatra for recording debut

You know him as an actor, maybe from the TV shows Profiler, Criminal Mindsand Stargate: Atlantis or from films including Die Hard, The Goonies andShowgirls. And he was the villain in the James Bond movie License to Kill. But now Robert Davi, 60, is making his recording debut with a tribute to Frank Sinatra. Davi Sings Sinatra: On the Road to Romance is… Read more