Welcome to a journey into the life of one of America’s most beloved entertainers and his grandchildren. Dean Martin, known for his smooth voice, charming personality, and unforgettable performances on stage and screen, has left an indelible legacy in the world of entertainment. In this blog post, we take a closer look at how that legacy continues through his talented grandchildren. Through exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes glimpses into their lives as performers, you’ll see firsthand just how much influence Dean Martin has had on the next generation of entertainers. So sit back, relax, and get ready to dive into the wonderful world of Dean Martin’s grandchildren!
Dean Martin’s Grandchildren
Dean Martin’s grandchildren are continuing the legacy of the late entertainer with their own successful careers in show business. His great-grandson, Dominic Monaghan, is an actor who starred in the hit series “Mad Men.” His grandson, Nicky Hilton, is a socialite and heiress to the Hilton hotel fortune. And his granddaughter, Lucille Ball-Martin, is a comedian and television personality.
What They Do
The eldest of Dean Martin’s grandchildren, Paris Hilton, is a social media sensation and entrepreneur. Hilton has more than 280 million followers on Twitter and Instagram, and is the founder of the lifestyle brand Lulus. Her younger brother Nick is also a noteworthy figure in the entertainment industry. Nick Hilton is an actor and singer best known for his role as Jack Geller in the TV series The O.C. He has released three albums, most recently Revival in 2017. Their oldest sister Deena also lives a successful life as an actress and model. She is best known for her roles on television shows like 90210 and Grey’s Anatomy.
Dean Martin’s grandchildren continue to lead exciting lives in show business.
When Dean Martin passed away in 2003, he left behind a legacy of laughter and love. His grandchildren—Martin Jr., Deana, Gregory, and Christina— continue to carry on his legacy by sharing their stories and preserving his memory. In this inside look at the Martin grandchildren, we explore their lives and what it means to carry on the Martin name.
Dean Martin was born in 1915, and by the time he died in 2003, he had been married six times and had eight children. His first wife was Jeanne Carmen (1918-1942), with whom he had two sons: Dean Martin III (born 1941) and Rossano (born 1943). Following Jeanne’s death due to a respiratory illness, Dean married Judy Garland (1922-1969). Together they had one daughter: Liza Minnelli (born 1946). Judy Garland also passed away from a respiratory illness just two years after their wedding.
Following Judy’s death, Dean met Barbara Worth (1927-1995). They were married for 14 years until his death. Barbara gave birth to four children: Deana (born 1950), Gregory (1954-2004), Christina (1959- ), and Martin Jr. (1963- ). The last two children were born after Dean’s death; funeral arrangements were made so that they could be raised as part of the family.
Today, all five of Dean’s grandchildren are successful actors or musicians. Deana is best known for her roles on TV shows
How They Are Today
Dean Martin’s grandchildren are continuing the legacy of their famous grandfather with successful careers in music and show business.
Martin III, 54, is a Grammy-nominated musician who has been playing the saxophone for more than 25 years. He is married to actress Ellen DeGeneres and they have two children.
Jerry Martin, 51, is a singer, songwriter, and record producer. He has had several hit singles including “That’s All Right” and “Memphis.” He is married to model Christie Brinkley and they have two children.
Linda Martin, 47, is an actress who has appeared in several films including “The Wedding Singer” and “What Women Want.” She is married to actor Gavin Rossdale and they have one child.