“My Way” crooner Frank Sinatra was one of the top-selling musicians of all time, and he also had a successful film career with roles in From Here to Eternity, The Manchurian Candidate, and The Man with the Golden Arm. He was also known for his love life and many romantic affairs with famous women.
Sinatra passed away in Los Angeles on May 14, 1998. Also known as Ol’ Blue Eyes, the legend’s final words were “I’m losing it,” before experiencing a heart attack. The city of Las Vegas, where Sinatra frequently performed, paid tribute by dimming the lights on the strip for a minute.