Deana Martin

Deana Martin made her television debut in 1966, performing on her father's legendary television show, "The Dean Martin Show". She soon became a frequent guest, taking part in both musical and comedy numbers with a wide array of guests including Frank Sinatra.


In 2003, Deana returned to television with a memorable musical performance with Jerry Lewis on the annual MDA Telethon. Martin and Lewis were together again as Deana and Jerry performed a touching duet of "Time After Time", in honour of her father.

In 2004 Deana broke new ground as an author with her best-selling memoir Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eyes, published by Random House.

2005 brought Deana back to the concert stage with her critically acclaimed national concert tour Deana Sings Dino. Also that year, Deana joined the Music of Your Life Radio Network, where she hosts The Deana Martin Show, a daily nationally syndicated show.
In 2006 Deana began the Memories Are Made of This concert tour, in which she sings the fabulous hits of her father Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Judy Garland, and many other of her father's Pallies.

In 2007 Deana stepped into the recording studio to record Memories Are Made of This album.

Deana has performed in Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas to the legendary Paramount Theatre in New York. Now in 2008 UK Rat Pack fans can see Deana as she begins her United Kingdom performance staring in the Rat Pack Untold story for the National Trust.