Moira Shearer


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Noun1.Moira Shearer - Scottish ballet dancer and actress (born in 1926)Moira Shearer - Scottish ballet dancer and actress (born in 1926)
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Among his dance partners were Alicia Markova, Moira Shearer, and perhaps most notably, Alexandra Danilova.
Top Scots stars Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Moira Shearer and Alastair Sim all appeared.
In Margot, a 2005 film by Tony Palmer that's been remastered for DVD, few juicy stories go untold, most of them told firsthand by the likes of Ninette de Valois, Moira Shearer, Roland Petit, Kenneth MacMillan, Monica Mason, and Rudolf Nureyev.
A father of four, he was married to former dancer and actress Moira Shearer for 56 years until her death in 2006.
The Red Shoes, which made an overnight star of 22-year-old Scots-born ballerina Moira Shearer, was called The Motion Picture Event Of The Year in 1948.
Among his many ballet partners were Alicia Markova, Irina Baronova, Agnes de Mille, Ruthanna Boris, Yvette Chauvire, Moira Shearer, Rosella Hightower, Maria Tallchief, Tamara Toumanova, and Alicia Alonso.
The couple were Moira Shearer and her husband Ludovic Kennedy.
relates the lives and careers of five popular female dancers: Giovanna Baccelli, Adele Dumilatre, Tamara Karsavina, Moira Shearer, and Catherine Kerr.
Ballerina Moira Shearer, 80' Benny Hill star Henr y McGee, 76' Reservoir Dogs actor, Chris Penn, 40' soul singer Wilson Pickett, 64' actress Shelley Winters, 85' former Minister for Sport, later Baron Stratford, Tony Banks, 62' former Home Secretary Lord Merlyn-Rees, 85' ruler of Dubai Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, 62.
She was the perfect instrument for the new ballets he wanted to create,'' noted Moira Shearer in ``Balletmaster,'' her 1986 biography of Balanchine.
Actresses such as Grace Kelly, Margaret Lockwood and Moira Shearer were used to promote new designs, on and off the film set.