Allyn Ann McLerie

Allyn Ann McLerie

Allyn Ann McLerie (nacida el 1 de diciembre de 1926 en Canadá) es una actriz, cantante y bailarina que trabajó con la mayoría de los mejores coreógrafos de la Era de Oro, incluyendo a George Balanchine, Agnes De Mille y Jerome Robbins.
McLerie hizo su debut en Broadway como una adolescente en One Touch of Venus de Kurt Weill. Reemplazó a Sono Osato como Ivy en On the Town, luego creó el papel de Amy Spettigue en la producción de Where’s Charley?. Sus otros créditos en Broadway incluye Miss Liberty, Time Limit, Redhead y West Side Story.
Las apariciones de cine más conocidas de McLerie son como Amy en Where’s Charley?, Katie Brown en Calamity Jane, Shirley en They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?, y como la Mujer Loca en Jeremiah Johnson. Otros trabajos en películas son Words and Music y The Desert Song.
Disfrutó una larga carrera como actriz en televisión, haciendo frecuentes apariciones en shows como Bonanza, The Waltons, The Love Boat, Barney Miller, Bensin, Hart to Hart, St. Elsewhere, y Dynasty, entre otras.
Interpretó a Janet Reubner, asistente de Tony Randall, en The Tony Randall Show desde 1976 hasta 1978. McLeire interpretó un papel recurrente de la esposa de Arthur Carlson, Carmen en WKRP in Cincinnati. Quizás sea más recordada como Florence Bickford, en The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd desde 1987 hasta 19911. Su último papel fue en un episodio de Brooklyn Bridge en 1993.
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  • Fecha de nacimiento: 1926-12-01
  • Lugar de nacimiento: Grand-Mère, Quebec, Canada

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Allyn Ann McLerie (born December 1, 1926, Grand-Mère, Quebec, Canada)  is a Canadian-born, Brooklyn-reared actress, singer and dancer who worked with most of Golden Age musical theatre's major choreographers, including George Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, and Jerome Robbins. McLerie made her Broadway debut as a teenager in Kurt Weill's One Touch of Venus.  She went on to replace Sono Osato as Ivy in On the Town, then created the role of Amy Spettigue in the 1948 Broadway production of Where's Charley? (Theatre World Award).  Her other Broadway credits include Miss Liberty,  the drama Time Limit, Redhead (understudying Gwen Verdon), and West Side Story. McLerie also danced as a guest soloist with American Ballet Theatre during its 1950-51 European and South American tour. McLerie's best-known film appearances are as Amy in Where's Charley? (1952),  Katie Brown in Calamity Jane (1953), Shirley in They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) and as The Crazy Woman in Jeremiah Johnson (1972). Other film work includes Words and Music (1948) and The Desert Song (1952).  She enjoyed a long career as a character actress on television, making frequent guest appearances on shows such as Bonanza, The Waltons, The Love Boat, Barney Miller, Benson, Hart to Hart, St. Elsewhere, and Dynasty, among many others. She played Miss Janet Reubner, Tony Randall's assistant, on The Tony Randall Show from 1976-1978.  McLerie played the recurring role of Arthur Carlson's wife, Carmen on WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–82). She may be best-remembered as Florence Bickford, the title character's mother on The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd from 1987-1991. Her last role was on an episode of Brooklyn Bridge in 1993. Description above from the Wikipedia article Allyn Ann McLerie, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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