David Villamor was born in the early 1950s and grew up in the town of Boca Raton, Florida.
He has two sons, Jonathan and Cameron, and a daughter, Domingo.
David was a successful banker who also worked in the oil industry.
He was a football fan and played in the local soccer team.
In 1963, he married his childhood sweetheart, Villas Valentina, who had worked as a waitress and was pregnant with his first child.
David married her at a nightclub and they had two daughters, Eliza and Gabriella.
He had five grandchildren, two of whom died young.
David’s children are now the parents of four grandchildren and a granddaughter.
Villamour married his first wife, the model and actress Mary Lou Brunner, in 1966.
The pair had a daughter together named Barbara, who died in 1998.
After he had two children, he moved to Los Angeles and opened his own private practice in West Hollywood.
Villas Villamora’s career changed when he became an agent for the New York Jets.
In 1984, he began working as a producer on HBO’s film of the same name, which he also produced.
In 1996, Villamore married actress Dita Von Teese.
They had four children, three of whom are now adults.
The couple also had two sons: Robert and Richard, who have been married for over 50 years and a grandson named William.
Villamanora also had a son, Robert and a half-sister, Laura.
He is survived by his son-in-law, the actor and director Tony Montana.
Villamenora is survived in spirit by his wife, Barbara Brunner.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.