Quiz: Which Member of the Rat Pack Are You?
Which Member of the Rat Pack Are You?
By: Steven Miller
Image: Collage; Dean Martin, Joey Bishop, Sammy Davis Jr.

About This Quiz

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas! The Rat Pack is one thing that happened in Vegas and was brought all around the country! From the leaders of Sinatra, Martin and Davis, to the more obscure members, which member of the Rat Pack are you?

The story of the Rat Pack begins in Los Angeles, California. The members of the group are said to have first met at Humphrey Bogart's house. You might recognize his name as the actor from the popular film, Casablanca. Anyway, the group of friends called themselves "the Summit," but the public wasn't having it. They chose to call them, "the Rat Pack," a name which definitely stuck! While the group was mostly known for members Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr., it also consisted of Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop. Which one are you?

Are you the front man, Frank Sinatra? You live an exciting life and you've probably said, "It's 'My Way' or the highway," more times than you can count!

Rather, are you like the jokester, Sammy Davis Jr.? Life has thrown you its fair share of struggles, but you've managed to come out on top with a lively and vibrant personality!

Are you the romantic King of Cool like Dean Martin or are you more like Joey or Peter? There's one way to find out!

Take this quiz and we'll tell you which Rat Pack member you are!

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