from Culver City, Los Angeles, CA
January 13, 1925 - October 18, 2000 (age 75)
Born Gwyneth Evelyn Verdon on January 13, 1925, in Culver City, CA, she began tap dancing in theater as a small child. Cole Porter hired her for the 1950 Broadway musical +Alive and Kicking. In 1953, she appeared in Porter's +Can Can. The role brought Verdon a Tony Award. Teaming with Bob Fosse, she starred in the hit musical +Damn Yankees, which opened in spring 1955 and earned her a second Tony. Another Fosse play, +Redhead helped score Verdon a third Tony. She can be heard on some of the play's soundtracks issued: Sweet Charity, Damn Yankees, Chicago, Redhead, Broadway Broads: There's Nothin Like a Dame, Celebrate Broadway,Vol. 10: The Best Musicals, Broadway Super Hits, Vol. 2, New Girl in Town, Broadway Sings the Blues: Party's Over, and Broadway's Fair Ladies. She can be seen in the movies #Cocoon and #The Jerk, Too. At the age of 75, Gwen Verdon died in New York on October 18, 2000. ~ Ed Hogan, Rovi
Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in Damn Yankees - Who's Got the Pain
All that Jazz - Nowadays - Chicago - Chita Rivera & Gwen Verdon - 1984
Ed Sullivan Show: Gwen Verdon, Single Ladies
Whatever Lola Wants, Damn Yankees.
Top 10 Facts Fosse/Verdon Got RIGHT
Fame TV Series Evolution of Dance Debbie Allen Gwen Verdon.wmv
Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets - Stereo - Damn Yankees 1958 - Gwen Verdon, Tab Hunter
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