Full Name at Birth
Elvis Aaron Presley
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The King Of Rock `N` Roll
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Location of Death
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Singer, Actor, Musician
Claim to Fame
Rock and Roll Icon
William Morris Agency
(11/6/54) Radio commercial: The only commercial Elvis ever made for anyone besides RCA Victor, the label for whom he recorded, was for Southern Made Doughnuts. He sang the jingle "You can get 'em piping hot after four PM, you can get 'em piping hot. South
(2006) TV commercial: Tennessee Department of Tourism. The "Tennessee Roadtrip" campaign features Dolly Parton inserted digitally into film footage featuring Elvis. This marks the first time another celebrity has "interacted" with Elvis through technological means. He and Parton spotlight all of the sights and sounds Tennessee has to offer visitors.
(2002) TV commercial: Nike (Scorpion Knockout), using the song "A Little Less Conversation (Remix)" (credited as Elvis Presley vs. JXL).
(1957) TV commercial: Appeared in a PSA for the March Of Dimes, to help cure polio.
(2010) TV commercial: "National Lottery - Making Magic Happen" (background song "Pocketful of Rainbows" from G.I. Blues (1960)) (UK).
(2010) TV commercial: Nissan Altima (song used: "Devil in Disguise")
(2012) TV commercial: AXE body wash (song used: "Can't Help Falling in Love")
(10/66) Elvis recorded two 50-second radio commercials for RCA's Victrolas, as well as for the bonus SPD-22 and SPD-23 Extended Play records. Sent to radio stations on a 12-inch, single-sided disc, Elvis is the announcer on both spots, which also include excerpts of songs from his both Extended Plays. The LP itself is incredibly rare, as it was issued only to those radio stations running the spots.
(2013) TV commercial: Old Navy clothing stores (song used: "Viva Las Vegas").
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Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was an American singer and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".
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