|Birth Day:||July 8, 1930|
|Death Date:||May 18, 2014 (age 83)|
|Birth Place:||The Bronx, United States|
As per our current Database, Jerry Vale died on May 18, 2014 (age 83).
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He started making his first nightclub performances while he was still in high school.
Jerry Vale appeared on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour in 1950 singing "It Isn't Fair".
In 1959, Vale married Rita Grapel, a burlesque dancer. His biography A Singer's Life, by Richard Grudens, was published in 2000 by Celebrity Profiles.
His version of "The Star-Spangled Banner", recorded in late 1963, was a fixture at many sporting events for years, and the gold record Vale received was displayed at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Vale frequently sang the song at Yankee Stadium. Additionally, he owned the Daytona Beach Admirals.
He sang the Late Night with David Letterman anthem "It's A Late Night World" on the program's eighth anniversary special in 1990. He made cameo appearances as himself in the 1990 film Goodfellas and the 1995 film Casino, both directed by Martin Scorsese.
In 1998, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was dedicated to Vale.
Vale reportedly suffered a stroke in 2002 and did not perform in his later years.
Jerry Vale died of natural causes in his sleep on May 18, 2014, at his home in Palm Desert, California. Vale was 83 years old. He and his wife had two children, Robert Vale and Pamela Vale Branch. He is interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery, in Cathedral City, California.
In the 2016 Disney animated film Zootopia, Nick Wilde finds a CD by "Jerry Vole". Vale is portrayed by Steven Van Zandt in the 2019 film The Irishman.
Currently, Jerry Vale is 91 years, 3 months and 14 days old. Jerry Vale will celebrate 92nd birthday on a Friday 8th of July 2022.
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