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David Winters (choreographer)

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David Winters (choreographer)

English-born American dancer, choreographer, producer, director, screenwriter, and actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1939.

Countries: United States (61%), United Kingdom (22%), Sweden (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Raquel Welch, Paul Newman, Dean Martin

Linked to: Monsanto, American Broadcasting Company, NBC, AOL

 

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David Winters was born in 1939 add something


1953

His family relocated to the United States in 1953 add something


1956

He became a naturalized United States citizen in 1956 add something


1960

In the late 1960s Winters began directing, beginning with two episodes of "The Monkees" add something


1966

Winters' producing career began in 1966, when he co-produced the "Lucy in London " TV special starring Lucille Ball , Anthony Newley and the Dave Clark Five and that was sponsored by Monsanto Company add something


1967

He was nominated for a Special Achievement in Choreography Emmy in 1967, which was unusual in that choreography was not a category that year add something

 

In addition to a credit as guest star on the 1967 Nancy Sinatra special "Movin' With Nancy", the special featured his choreography and dancing add something


1968

Ann-Margret - After the first Vegas run ended, she followed up with a CBS television special "The Ann-Margret Show", produced and directed by David Winters on December 1, 1968, with guest-stars Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Danny Thomas, and Carol Burnett


 

The Timex All Star Swing Festival - In the 1970s, in addition to the Raquel Welch special, Winters won a Peabody award for producing the 1972 NBC special "The Timex All Star Swing Festival" add something

 

Raquel Welch - In 1970, Welch teamed up with Tom Jones and producer/choreographer David Winters of Winters-Rosen Productions for the TV special Raquel/, considered by some viewers to be a classic pairing together of 1970s pop-culture icons in their prime.


1971

In 1971 Winters directed and produced "Once Upon a Wheel", an ABC television documentary on the history of auto racing starring and hosted by Paul Newman and co-starring Mario Andretti, Kirk Douglas, Hugh Downs, Dean Martin, Cesar Romero, Dick Smothers and many others add something


1978

In 1978, in a jam-packed Universal Amphitheatre , fans of Diana Ross were treated to a concert spectacular, conceived and executed by Winters add something


 

Winters started teaching dance and his students included Teri Garr, who would go on to find success as an Academy award-nominated actress. and Antonia Basilotta , who would become widely known for the 1980s song "Mickey" add something


1986

Action International Pictures was organized by Winters with partners David A. Prior and Peter Yuval in 1986, the same year as the "Thrashin"' incident add something

 

Winters' 1986 film "Thrashin"' remains a seminal piece of work in the board sport industry two decades after its initial release add something


1992

Winters bought out his partners in AIP in 1992 and re-branded it as West Side Studios add something


 

Winters' comedy "Welcome 2 Ibiza" won the Bangkok Film Festival Audience award in November 2002 add something


2005

He was interviewed and appears in the 2005 documentary "Inside Deep Throat", discussing his two year-affair with porn actress Linda Lovelace add something


2006

In 2006, David returned to acting after a long hiatus in the mini-series "Blackbeard", made for the Hallmark Channel add something


2008

In 2008, he played the main villain in the Thai martial arts film "Hanuman klook foon" add something


 

In 2012, Winters acted in the art house drama film, "Teddy Bear", for which the director Mads Matthiesen won the best directing award at the Sundance Film Festival add something


2013

In 2013, he acted again as the main villain in a Thai Martial Arts film, "Dragon Wolf" add something


2018

On June 12th 2018, Winters released his memoir "Tough Guys Do Dance add something

 

On 12 June 2018, Winters released his memoir "Tough Guys Do Dance add something


2019

Winters died on April 23, 2019 at the age of 80, according to the source he had been sick for some time add something