1. Dean Martin was 17 when he started singing in local nightclubs at his hometown and met Sammy Watkins, the bandleader of Cleveland.
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2. Dean Martin was the nephew of famed stand-up comedian Leonard Barr.
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9. Dean Martin died of acute respiratory failure on Christmas morning in 1995, at the age of 78, in Beverly Hills, California.
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13. Dean Martin began his show business career at age 17, singing in Ohio nightclubs near his hometown.
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15. Dean Martin died on December 25, 1995, in Beverly Hills, California.
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21. Dean Martin had a minor hit single with "Since I Met You Baby" and made his first music video, which appeared on MTV.
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23. Dean Martin played a featured role in the 1981 comedy The Cannonball Run and its sequel, both starring Burt Reynolds.
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25. In 1965, Dean Martin launched his weekly NBC comedy-variety series, The Dean Martin Show, which ran for 264 episodes until 1974.
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34. Dean Martin met comic Jerry Lewis at the Glass Hat Club in New York, where both were performing.
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35. In October 1941, Dean Martin married Elizabeth "Betty" Anne McDonald in Cleveland, Ohio, and the couple had an apartment in Cleveland Heights for a while.
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