In his youth, Robert Davi studied opera and aspired to be always a singer, studying with Samuel Margolis from the Metropolitan Opera, Daniel Ferro from the Juilliard School of Music, and Italian baritone Tito Gobbi. But his profession got a detour when, at age group 20, he was selected by his idol, Frank Sinatra, to do something in the 1977 Television movie Agreement on Cherry St. Along with his tough-guy appears and sinister way, Davi continued to parts in over 100 movies, memorably playing among the foolhardy FBI real estate agents called Johnson in Perish Hard and starring as the villain in the Adam Bond movie Permit to Eliminate. His numerous Television credits are the series Profiler, Stargate: Atlantis, and Lawbreaker Minds. He produced his directorial debut in 2007 using the film The Dukes, where he also made an appearance and shown his singing capability. Finally, he produced his first record in grand design, documenting Davi Sings Sinatra: On the path to Romance for Sunlight Lion Records on the Capitol Studios in Hollywood, made by Phil Ramone with Al Schmitt blending. The album premiered on Oct 24, 2011, also to promote it Davi toured supported with a 50-piece orchestra in NY, LA, and NEVADA.