The name Robert Davi is synonymous with his bigscreen tough guy roles from License To Kill, Predator 2 and Die Hard, and he has also appeared on television shows including Criminal Minds, Profiler and Stargate: Atlantis. But, unbeknown to many, Davi has a talent for crooning jazz; a love of music which began at a very early age that saw him winning the prestigious New York State School Music Solo Competition when he was 15 years old.
The last time Robert Davi came Australia was in 1989 for the release of the James Bond film License To Kill. Touring Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, this will be his second time in Adelaide but his first to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, and he brings with him the show inspired by his highly successful 2011 album Davi Sings Sinatra: On The Road To Romance.
The Clothesline emailed some questions to Davi to get his perspective on things.