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Gary Lewis is an American musician who was the leader of Gary Lewis & the Playboys. Contents. [hide]. 1 Early life; 2 Gary Lewis & the Playboys; 3 Film appearances; 4 Later life; 5 References; 6 External links. Early life[edit]. Gary Lewis's parents were actor and comedian Jerry Lewis (1926 – 2017) and singer Patti Palmer.


Gary Lewis may refer to: Gary Lewis (musician) (born 1946), son of Jerry Lewis and lead singer of Gary Lewis & the Playboys; Gary Lewis (actor) (Gary Stevenson, born 1958), Scottish actor; Gary Lewis (tight end) (born 1958), former American football player; Gary Lewis (running back) (1942–1986), American football player ...


Gary Lewis & the Playboys were an American 1960s era pop and rock group, fronted by musician Gary Lewis, the son of comedian Jerry Lewis. They are best known for their 1965 Billboard Hot 100 number-one single "This Diamond Ring", which was the first of a string of hit singles they had in 1965 and 1966. The band had ...


The Official Home of Gary Lewis and the Playboys®. With 8 Gold Singles, 17 Top 40 Hits, 4 Gold Albums, and 45 Million records sold worldwide, Gary Lewis and the Playboys® are still one of the hottest acts around! More About Gary ...


Jan 11, 2007 ... Gary Lewis grew up in Hollywood and survived rock star trappings along with.


Gary Lewis, Actor: Gangs of New York. Gary Lewis was born in 1958 in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland. He is an actor, known for Gangs of New York (2002), Billy Elliot (2000) and Filth (2013).


May 26, 2015 ... There is a rule in show business: Talent skips a generation. Gary Lewis defied the odds and beat that rule into the floor.


Feb 18, 2015 ... Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook.Gary Harold Lee Levitch , the eldest son of comedian Jerry Lewis, was born on July 31, 1946. Gary was supposed to have been named “Cary,” because of his mother's great ...

Feb 17, 2016 ... Full performance clip with introduction and ending. Sept., 1965.