Famous Ballet Dancers
Browse notable ballet dancers such as Jose Limon, Anna Pavlova, and Robert Joffrey.
Animal Rights Activist, Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Ballet Dancer / 1962 -
Ally Sheedy is a film actress who became famous in the early 1980s for her roles in films such as War Games, The Breakfast Club, and St. Elmo's Fire.
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