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Carol Haney Edit Profile

dancer , actress , choreographer.

Carol Haney, American dancer, actress, choreographer. Member American Guild Variety Artists, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation Television and Radio Artists.

Background

Haney, Carol was born on December 24, 1924 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Norman Vincent and Ellen (Christensen) Haney.

Education

Student dance in Cal.

Career

Owner, teacher in dance studio, New Bedford, 1940-1942. Student dance in California, also appeared in night clubs, as Goldwyn Girl and under contract Columbia Pictures, 1942-1946. Partner Jack Cole in night clubs, 1946-1948.

Assistant choreographer to Gene Kelly, 1948-1954. Star Broadway production Pajama Game, 1954, Ziegfield Follies, 1956, Flower Drum Song, 1958, A Loss of Roses, 1959. Chreographer musical comedy Bravo Giovanni, 1962.

Motion pictures include Pajama Game, 1957. Numerous appearances television, also choreographer for television shows, since 1954.

Membership

Member American Guild Variety Artists, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation Television and Radio Artists.

Connections

Married Larry Blyden, April.

father:
Norman Vincent Haney

mother:
Ellen (Christensen) Haney

spouse:
Larry Blyden