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Sammy Davis, Jr.
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Tay Zonday as Sammy Davis, Jr.
Cameo information
Birth name Samuel George Davis, Jr.
Nickname(s) Sammy Davis
Born December 8, 1925
Harlem, New York
Died May 16, 1990 (aged 64)
Beverly Hills, California
Physical description
Hair Black
Eyes Brown
Based on
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Appearance information
Appeared in Frank Sinatra vs Freddie Mercury
During Frank Sinatra's second verse
Location(s) Leather pink chair covering

Sammy Davis, Jr. made a cameo appearance in Frank Sinatra vs Freddie Mercury. He was portrayed by Tay Zonday.

Information on the cameo

Samuel George "Sammy" Davis, Jr. was an American entertainer and singer. He was primarily a dancer and singer, but went on to become a world famous recording artist, television star, and film star. He was notably known for his impersonations of actors and other celebrities. He was also a member of Frank Sinatra's "Rat Pack".

Appearance in the rap battle

In the rap battle, he appeared after Frank Sinatra said the line, "I love the coloreds and the queers; just ask Sammy Davis!"