Ann Miller

Biography

Ann Miller started her Hollywood career in low-budget films between 1937 and 1946, before she became a star in major films. She was second only to Eleanor Powell, as a tap dancer. After her film career she danced in nightclubs and in 1979 she was in the broadway hit "Sugar Babies."

Ann Miller started her Hollywood career in low-budget films between 1937 and 1946, before she became a star in major films. She was second only to Eleanor Powell, as a tap dancer. After her film career she danced in nightclubs and in 1979 she was in the broadway hit "Sugar Babies."

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Gender -

Known Credits 45

Birthday 1923-04-12

Day of Death 2004-01-22

Place of Birth Nacogdoches, Texas, USA

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2003 Broadway: The Golden Age as Herself
2001 Mulholland Drive as Catherine Lenoix
1999 Mulholland Dr.
1996 E! True Hollywood Story(1 episode)
1991 Home Improvement(1 episode) as Mrs. Keeney
1976 Won Ton Ton: the Dog Who Saved Hollywood as Presidents' Girl 2
1974 That's Entertainment! as Clip from 'Small Town Girl' (archive footage)
1968 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In(2 episodes)
1964 The Hollywood Palace(2 episodes)
1956 The Great American Pastime as Doris Patterson
1956 The Opposite Sex as Gloria
1956 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show(1 episode)
1955 Hit the Deck as Ginger
1954 Deep in My Heart as Ann Miller
1953 Kiss Me Kate as Lois Lane / Bianca
1953 Small Town Girl as Lisa Bellmount
1952 Lovely to Look At as Bubbles Cassidy
1951 Two Tickets to Broadway as Joyce Campbell
1951 Texas Carnival as Sunshine Jackson
1950 Watch the Birdie as Miss Lucky Vista
1949 On the Town as Claire Huddesen
1948 The Kissing Bandit as Fiesta Specialty Dancer
1948 Easter Parade as Nadine Hale
1948 The Ed Sullivan Show(1 episode)
1947 Tony Awards(1 episode)
1946 The Thrill of Brazil as Linda Lorens
1945 Eve Knew Her Apples as Eve Porter
1944 Carolina Blues as Julie Carver
1944 Jam Session as Terry Baxter
1943 Reveille with Beverly as Beverly Ross
1941 Go West, Young Lady as Lola
1941 Time Out for Rhythm as Kitty Brown
1940 Hit Parade of 1941 as Anabelle Potter
1940 Too Many Girls as Pepe
1940 Melody Ranch as Julie Shelton
1938 Tarnished Angel as Violet McMaster
1938 Room Service as Hilda Manny
1938 Having Wonderful Time as Vivian - Camp Guest Next to Itchy in His First Routine (uncredited)
1938 Radio City Revels as Billie
1938 You Can't Take It With You as Essie Carmichael
1937 Stage Door as Annie
1937 The Life of the Party as Betty
1937 New Faces of 1937 as Dancer Ann Miller
1935 The Good Fairy as Schoolgirl in Orphanage (uncredited)
1934 Anne of Green Gables as Child Extra (uncredited)

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