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Rosemarie Ford

Rosemarie Ford was born in Spring of 1962 in North Yorkshire. She has been dancing since 8-years-old, appearing in several children's television programs until she was 14. She took her dancing lessons and exams in a local dancing school in Leeds, then, before coming to London. She was once a host on Bruce Forsyth and the Generation Game (1971) and... See full bio »
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Great Performances
Great Performances Bombalurina
Nutcracker Dancer
Sketch Pad
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 1998 Great Performances (TV Series)
- Cats (1998) ... Bombalurina
 1989 Sketch Pad (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1989) ... Dancer (as Rosemary Ford)
 1987 Tanya (TV Movie)
 1985 The Funny Side (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1985)
 1982 Nutcracker
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Music video for Tracey Ullman: "Breakaway".

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Rosemary Ford


5' 7¾" (1.72 m)

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Stepmother of Sydney Stevenson.


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