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Gene Kelly
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Gene Kelly

Eugene Curran Kelley (August 23, 1912 - February 2, 1996), stage name Gene Kelly, was best known as an American dancer in films, but was also an actor, singer, director and choreographer. An energetic and athletic performer, he was known for doing his own stunts.

Kelly was awarded the Legion of Honor by the French government in 1960.

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Kelly also directed the 1969 screen version of Hello Dolly.

Kelly married three times:

First American to choreograph and stage at the ballet in a Paris Opera.

He was in born Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and died in Beverly Hills, California.


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