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José Greco (1918–2000)

José Greco was born on December 23, 1918 in Montorio nei Frentani, Molise, Italy as Constanzo José Greco. He is known for his work on The José Greco Flamenco Specials: Part Two (1967), The José Greco Flamenco Specials: Part One (1967) and Holiday for Lovers (1959). He was married to Ana Borger-Greco. He died on December 31, 2000 in ... See full bio »

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 1986 Ciboulette (TV Movie)
Premier danseur
 1972 The Proud and Damned
Ramon (as Jose Greco)
 1965 Ship of Fools
Pepe (as Jose Greco)
 1956 Around the World in Eighty Days
Flamenco Dancer (as Jose Greco and Troupe)
 1953 Sombrero
Gitanillo de Torrano
 1948 Brindis a Manolete
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Jose Greco | Jose Greco and Troupe

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Legendary flamenco dancer and choreographer, born to Spanish-Italian parents. Moved to New York at the age of nine. As a teenager made his debut at the Hippodrome. From 1942, studied Latin dance under La Argentinita and Pilar Lopez. Founded his own dance troupe in 1947, touring the U.S. in 1951 with Flamenco specialist La Quica. Subsequently appeared on Broadway, in movies, TV and radio shows. See more »

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