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Carol Haney (1924–1964)

She was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts and went to New Bedford High School. Even before graduating in 1942, she had opened a dance studio where she taught dancing. Dancing was in her blood from an early age, and she performed often at high school festivities, the Mexican Hat Dance being one of her favorites. During the WWII years, she came to ... See full bio »

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 1957 The Pajama Game
Gladys Hotchkiss
 1956 Sunday Spectacular: The Bachelor (TV Movie)
Marion
 1953 Kiss Me Kate
Specialty Dancer
 1950 Tea for Two
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1950 Summer Stock
Stock Company Member (uncredited)
 1949 On the Town
Dancer in 'Day in New York' Ballet (uncredited)
 1945 Ziegfeld Follies
Ziegfeld Girl (uncredited)
 1945 Wonder Man
Goldwyn Girl (uncredited)
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A Loss of Roses (1959). Written by William Inge. Music Edited by Robert Emmett Dolan. Directed by Daniel Mann. Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 38 Nov 1959- 19 Dec 1959 (25 performances + 2 previews that began on 28 Nov 1959). Cast: Betty Field (as "Mrs. Helen Baird"), Carol Haney (as "Lila Green"), Warren Beatty (as "Kenny, Mrs. Helen ... See more »
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Won Broadway's 1955 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for "The Pajama Game." She also received three Tony nominations as Best Choreographer: in 1959, for "Flower Drum Song;" in 1963, for "Bravo Giovanni;" and in 1964, posthumously, for "Funny Girl." See more »

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