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Job Actress, dancer
Years active 1936-2000
Top Roles Girl in Television Commercial, Specialty Can, Specialty Dancer, Gwen Verdon / Sappho, Dancer in No Talent Joe, Lola
Top GenresMusical, Comedy, Romance, Film Adaptation, Biographical, Adventure
Top TopicsRomance (Comic), Singers, Paris
Top Collaborators (Director), , , (Director)
Shares birthday with Kay Francis, Robert Stack, Harry Bernard  see more..

Gwen Verdon Overview:

Legendary actress, Gwen Verdon, was born Gwyneth Evelyn Verdon on Jan 13, 1925 in Culver City, Los Angeles. Verdon died at the age of 75 on Oct 18, 2000 in Woodstock, VT and was cremated and her ashes given to family or friend.

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Verdon was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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By Annmarie Gatti on Jan 13, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born January 13, 1925 Stage and Screen Actress ! From leg braces to Broadway star (talk about inspirational!) – ’s mom enrolled her in dance classes as a child to help strengthen her legs due childhood rickets. “Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets, and little man, ... Read full article


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Gwen Verdon Quotes:

Mr. Applegate: I see it all now! Ya doped me. But why? Why?
Lola: Because I love him!


Mr. Applegate: I've got too much on my mind. I'm overworked.
Lola: Oh, I know, poor dear. Elections coming up.


Mr. Applegate: You should have seen a real artist at work! You couldn't get him away from his wife, huh? Well I could!
Lola: How? Is he crazy about you?


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Collected glass perfume bottles.

Before Sweet Charity went to Broadway, something terrible happened to Gwen. Her throat began hurting, but she continued to sing until she was almost completely voiceless. She was hospitalized, and it was discovered that a feather from one of the boas used for costume was wrapped around her vocal chords.

Brother: William F. Verdon

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