chorus boy

cho′rus boy`


n.
a male singer or dancer of the chorus of a musical comedy, vaudeville show, etc.
[1940–45]
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I'm a great chorus boy and character actor, but I'm never going to play Jean Valjean, I just don't have that type of voice.
I am physically not what anyone would consider the chorus boy type," says Guidarelli.
The 51-year-old moved to London at the age of 16 to study performing arts and he made his professional debut as a chorus boy in the pantomime Sinbad the Sailor in Edinburgh.
We just about bought Harry in the desert but not Wills looking like a chorus boy from Anchors Aweigh.
The only elaborate dance turn is "All I Need Is the Girl," the Fred Astaire-y routine for Tulsa, the chorus boy with big ambitions.
For me, getting winked at by a chorus boy is the equivalent of my husband seeing his face on the scoreboard at a Yankees game.
The archetypal English gentleman, Sir John graced stage and screen for more than 60 years, starting as a pounds 4-a-week chorus boy at the London Hippodrome in 1929.
The archetypal English gentleman, Sir John graced stage and screen for more than 60years, starting as a pounds 4-a-week chorus boy at the London Hippodrome in 1929.
A few years ago, he told me about chorus boy gigs such as dancing "a Greek slave in an Egyptian ballet, and an Egyptian slave in a Greek ballet," not to mention appearing on the same bill as legendary Quebec stripper.
Yes, the former New York chorus boy and the 70-something Floridian are as different as can be.
JIMMY Gulzar was a chorus boy who kicked his legs behind the Spice Girls, until he became the lover of Mel B.
But the one-time body builder and South Pacific chorus boy, who went on to become a living legend in Tinseltown, can't go on for ever.