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Alexandra Danilova (1903–1997)

Alexandra Danilova was born on November 20, 1903 in Peterhoff, Russia. She is known for her work on Live from Lincoln Center (1976), The Turning Point (1977) and Spanish Fiesta (1942). She was married to Kazimir Kokich and Giuseppe Massera. She died on July 13, 1997 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Live from Lincoln Center Additional Crew
The Turning Point Madame Dahkarova


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 1977 The Turning Point
Madame Dahkarova
 1942 Spanish Fiesta (Short)
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 1978 Live from Lincoln Center (TV Series) (choreographer - 1 episode)
- New York City Ballet: Coppelia (1978) ... (choreographer)
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 1958-1959 The Tonight Show Starring Jack Parr (TV Series)
- Episode #2.170 (1959) ... Self
- Episode #1.151 (1958) ... Self
- Episode #1.150 (1958) ... Self
 1959 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (TV Series)
Self - Ballet Dancer
- Tony Randall, Betty Grable, Ella Fitzgerald (1959) ... Self - Ballet Dancer

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She danced in the "Ballet Variante," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Mia Slavenska and Frederick Franklin in the cast. See more »

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When George Balanchine heard of Danilova's financial plight he instantly hired her to teach at the School of American Ballet. One of the most valued members of the faculty, she remained there until her retirement in 1989, when she was a Kennedy Center honoree. See more »

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