Tom Jones started singing at a young age at family get-togethers and in the neighbourhood choir.
Tom Jones was diagnosed with tuberculosis at the age of twelve.
Tom Jones signed a record deal with Decca Records in 1964, which launched his quick ascent to stardom.
A number of other legendary hits, such as "What's New Pussycat?" "Green, Green Grass of Home," "Delilah," and "She's a Lady," came after this success.
From 1967 until 2011, Tom Jones had a residency at the Caesar's Palace hotel, which was a well-liked fixture in Las Vegas.
Tom Jones took the risk of acting, making appearances in TV series and movies all through his career.
Tom Jones is the lead character in Tim Burton's 1996 film "Mars Attacks!"
Tom Jones Two best-known roles were as in the 1979 television miniseries "Pleasure Cove".
Among the many honours bestowed upon him are a Grammy Award, a Brit Award, and a knighthood bestowed by Queen Elizabeth.