Juliet Anne Prowse was a dancer, whose four-decade career included stage, television and film. She was raised in South Africa, where her family emigrated after World War II. Known for her attractive legs, she was described after her death as having “… arguably the best legs since Betty Grable.”
|Born:||Juliet Anne Prowse, September 25, 1936, Bombay, India|
|Died:||September 14, 1996, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actress, dancer, singer|
|Spouse(s):||Eddie Frazier (1969–70), John McCook (1972–79) (1 child)|
|IMDb:||Juliet Prowse’s IMDb|
About Juliet Prowse
She danced in a night club in Paris before being discovered.
She was born in India and raised in South Africa.
She married John McCook in 1972, and the couple split in 1979. She has a son named Seth.
She starred opposite Sinatra and French actor Maurice Chevalier in the 1960 film Can-Can.
Information related to Juliet Prowse
- South African female dancers
- South African actresses
- South African emigrants to the United States
- Anglo-Indian people
- 20th-century American dancers
- Actresses from Mumbai
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