Red Skelton
(Movies & TV)
Mel Tillis
Sally Flynn
Clay Hart
Delphi Lawrence
(Movies & TV)
John Keston
(Movies & TV)
Peter Lawford
(Movies & TV)

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Juliet Prowse

Knowledge Identifier: +Juliet_Prowse


Juliet Prowse

Anglo-Indian dancer, whose four-decade career included stage, television and film add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1936.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (19%), France (10%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Red Skelton, Mel Tillis, Sally Flynn

Linked to: Soviet Union, Time, NBC, PBS




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Juliet Prowse was born in 1936 add something


It was during the filming of "Can-Can" in 1959 that she captured the international spotlight add something


She would go on to appear with Sinatra and other notable guests such as Ella Fitzgerald, Peter Lawford, Hermione Gingold, the Hi-Lo's, Red Norvo, Nelson Riddle and his orchestra on the 1959, " Frank Sinatra Show add something


In her early twenties she was dancing at a club in Paris when she was spotted by a talent agent and eventually signed to play the part of "Claudine" in the 1960 Walter Lang film, "Can-Can" add something


Prowse co-starred in 1960 alongside Elvis Presley in "G.I. Blues" add something


Sinatra and Prowse announced their engagement in 1962 add something


Denny Miller - After "Wagon Train" was cancelled in 1965, after a total of eight years, first on NBC, and ABC, Miller starred on NBC as Mike McCluskey, the husband of Juliet Prowse in the sitcom "Mona McCluskey"


George Burns - McCadden Productions co-produced the television series "No Time for Sergeants", based on the hit Broadway play; George produced Juliet Prowse's 1965-'66 NBC situation comedy, "Mona McCluskey"


John Keston - In 1968, John Keston appeared with Juliet Prowse in the original West End production of Neil Simon's "Sweet Charity" at the Prince of Wales Theatre, in the role of Vittorio Vidal, receiving billing directly below the title


Clay Hart - He married Welk vocalist Sally Flynn on December 6, 1974, and the two later became a husband-and-wife country singing act that has opened for stars such as Mel Tillis, Red Skelton, and Juliet Prowse


Sally Flynn - On December 6, 1974, she married Clay Hart, a country singer who was on the Welk show from 1969 to 1975, and shortly afterwards she and Clay started singing together professionally; often as opening acts for performers such as Red Skelton, Juliet Prowse and Mel Tillis


Throughout the mid 1980s and 1990s, Prowse hosted the "Championship Ballroom Dance Competition" on PBS add something


Once, while filming a scene for "Circus of the Stars" in 1987 and later that same year rehearsing a promotional stint on "The Tonight Show", when the same leopard attacked her add something


Delphi Lawrence - In 1990 she appeared as Vera Charles in the national tour of "Mame" starring Juliet Prowse


In 1994, Prowse was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer add something


In 1995, she went into remission and was well enough to tour with Mickey Rooney in "Sugar Babies" add something

Juliet Prowse died in 1996 add something


The cancer subsequently returned and she died on September 14, 1996 add something


"The Guardian" obituary, September 16, 1996, by Ronald Bergan add something