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Amanda Courtney-Davies

Born in Manchester, Lancashire, England, Courtney-Davies began as a classical ballet dancer. Trained by some of the greatest ballerinas of the last century she won the gold medal at The Royal Academy's 1983 Genee International Ballet Competition, one of the most prestigious classical ballet competitions in the world. The gold medal was presented ... See full bio »
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Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair Dancer - 'Slave Dance'
Oklahoma! Rosie
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 2004 Vanity Fair
Dancer - 'Slave Dance' (as Amanda Courtney Davies)
 1999 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Video)
Apache Dancer / Wife
 1999 The Scarlet Pimpernel (TV Series)
 1999 Oklahoma! (TV Movie)
 1997 The Making of Martin Guerre: A Musical Journey (TV Movie)
Laurense (as Amanda Courtney-Davies)
 1991 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (TV Movie)
Judah's Wife
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Musical theater credits include Tommy Steele's Singin' In The Rain; Grease; 'Apache Dancer' in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Palladium; 'Victoria The White Cat' in Cats, 'The Jazz Lady' in Song And Dance and a Gala performance of Hello Dolly! in which she partnered Wayne Sleep. She has also performed in a ... See more »

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Amanda Courtney Davies

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Amanda Courtney-Davies is a member of The Royal Academy of Dance and The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing in London. In 2015 she was invited to join the International Dance Council which is based at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The CID brings together the most important international, national and local organizations, as well as select individuals active in the world of dance. See more »

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