Which famous dancer are you most like?
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Like Anna Pavlova you are diligent , ambitious and follow your dreams.
Anna Pavlova was born on February 12, 1881, in St. Petersburg, Russia. After attending the Imperial Ballet School, she made her company debut in 1899 and quickly became prima ballerina.
Her breakthrough performance was in The Dying Swan in 1905, which became her signature role. She joined the Ballet Russe in 1909 and formed her own company in 1911.
Anna gave over four thousand ballet performances during the years between 1913-1930
Like Fred Astaire you are funny, passionate about what you do and can be a bit of a perfectionist.
Fred Astaire was an American dancer of stage and film who is best known for a number of successful musical comedy films in which he starred with Ginger Rogers.
Like Josephine Baker you are bold, outspoken, ambitious and like to stand up for what you believe in.
About Josephine Baker
Born in St. Louis, Josephine Baker was a star in Paris for most of her adult life. She left her home in Missouri and began performing in her early teens. She appeared in the chorus lines of all-black revues on New York vaudeville stages, then travelled to Paris in 1925 as part of La Revue Negre.
Her lithe body and frank sensuality, combined with her jovial clowning on stage, caused a sensation. She was so successful in Paris that she stayed and opened her own nightclub there, Chez Josephine.
Baker was famous for her exotic outfits, her trademarks being a leopard on a leash, a skirt made of feathers, and a dance in which she wore a string of bananas and not much else.
She became a citizen of France in 1937, and during World War II she worked with the Resistance against the Nazis as a spy. After the war she fought for civil rights in the United States, returned to France and retired in 1956 to look after her 12 adopted children.
Like Martha Graham you are creative, independent, unique and like to push the boundaries.
Recognized as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century Martha Graham created a movement language based upon the expressive capacity of the human body.
It all began in 1926 when Martha Graham started teaching a group of dancers who had been drawn to her creative work. Thus began the Martha Graham Studio, to remain under her personal guidance for the next 66 years.
She created almost two hundred dance pieces and is often called the Mother of Modern Dance. Her influence on the world of dance continues today.
Like Gene Kelly you are creative, energetic and charismatic.
Gene Kelly was a dancer whose athletic style transformed the movie musical and did much to change the American public's conception of male dancers.
Like Jennifer Lopez you are confident, comfortable in your own skin, outgoing and driven.
Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez is one of Hollywood’s leading ladies who’s also forged a successful pop and dance music career.