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Avalon was born on September 18, 1940, in Philidelphia
His occupation is being an actor,singer,playwright, t former teen idol.
Avalon was on U.S. Television playing his trumpet by the time he was age 11.
Avalon broke the show business as a child prodigy trumpet player earning the appearance on the Jackson Gleason Show
He made records for RCA Victor records
Hes considered the first manufactured teen idol before Fabian and Bobby Rydell
Avalon had 31 top charted on the U.S. billboard singles from 2958 to 1962
Just asked your heart was charted #7 on U.S. Billboard
Bobby Sox to Socking's was charted #8
Most of Avalon's hits were written by Bib Marcucci, head of chancellor records
Bobby Sox to Socking's was charted U.S. #8
Avalon starred in Beach Party comedy films during the mid-1960s
Romantic coupling between Frankie and Annette in summer films such as Beach Party and Beach blanket Bingo
Those two movies became iconic figures in American films during that era.
In 1992, Funicello announced that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.She died of complications from the disease on April 8, 2013
She played in Beach Party with Frankie.
Beach blanket bingo movie scene
Kay and Frankie met at a mutual friend's home while Frankie was playing cards.
He told his friends that day that she was the girl he was going to marry.
Kay and Frankie announced their engagement in Las Vegas in December 1962
Frankie and Kay got married on January 19, 1963 at St. Charles catholic church in North Hollywood, Cal.
The matron of homer was Kay's sister Gretchen Wayne, and the best man was Avalon's manager Robert Marcucci
They spent their honeymoon in Acapulco Mexico
Were they had 8 children together
His sons were: Frankie Avalon Jr., Nicolas A, and Joseph A.
His daughters were: Carla Avalon, Dina A., Kathryn A., Laura A.,
Frankie Avalon Jr. Starred in the movie, The Karate Kid in 1984.