Mitzi Gaynor Biography

Mitzi Gaynor is an American actress, dancer entertainer and singer. She was born on 4 September, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois. Gaynor was born as Francesca Marlene de Czanyi von Gerber. As a child, she trained as a ballerina and began her career as a chorus dancer. She sang, acted and danced in a number of films musicals shows and often paired with some of the biggest male musical stars of the day.

Mitzi Gaynor won many awards for her outstanding contributions in Hollywood. Like in 2010, ‘NATAS Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment Program’, ‘Bob Harrington Life Time Achievement Award’, ‘Chapman University’s Life Time Achievement Award’, ‘2009 Entertainer of The Year Award’, in 2009, ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’. In 2007, she was also honored by the museum of television and radio.

She also hosted a string of television specials of successful musical TV specials in the late of 1960s and early 1970s. She worked in many films like ‘Take Care of My Little Girl’, ‘We’re Not Married’, ‘Happy Anniversary’, ‘For Love or Money’, ‘Surprise Package’, ‘The Joker Is Wild’, ‘There’s No Business like Show Business’, ‘South Pacific’, ‘Les Girls’, ‘Anything Goes’ and many others.

She worked in many television specials like The Ed Sullivan Show, The Dick Clark Show, The George Jessel Show, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, Good Morning America, A Tribute To American Housewife Our All Time Favorite Films This Is Your Life and many others.She married to Jack Bean on 18 November 1954. She was died on 4 December 2006.

Mitzi Gaynor Biography

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Mitzi Gaynor Biography