Cyd Charisse Actress dancer

Cyd Charisse is a 86 years old Actress dancer from Amarillo, Texas. Cyd Charisse was born on March 08, 1922 (died on June 17, 2008, she was 86 years old) in Amarillo, Texas as Tula Ellice Finklea. Her nickname was Felia Siderova, Finklea Tula Ellice, Lily Norwood, Maria Istomina.

Cyd Charisse



Cyd Charisse was an American actress and dancer. After recovering from polio as a child and studying ballet Charisse entered films in the 1940s. Her roles usually focused on her abilities as a dancer and she was paired with Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly; her films include Singin' in the Rain The Band Wagon and Silk Stockings.
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Birth name of Cyd Charisse is Tula Ellice Finklea
Is Cyd Charisse still alive?

No, she died on 06/17/2008, 14 years ago. She was 86 years old when she died. Cause of death: myocardial infarction. She died in Los Angeles and buried in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery .



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She married with Tony Martin (American singer) (98), in 1948. Cyd Charisse was 25 and Tony Martin (American singer) was 34 years old. After 60 years, in 2008 Tony passed away.


She had one child, Tony (60) . When her first child, Tony Martin Jr., was born, Cyd Charisse was 28 years old.


Cyd Charisse Movies (51)

There are 51 movies of Cyd Charisse.

Her first feature film was Singin' in the Rain (1952, as Dancer). She was 30 when she starred in this movie. Since 1952, she has appeared in 51 feature films. The last one is Nylon Blues: A History of the Nylon Stocking (1991). .

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Cyd Charisse movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Cyd Charisse TV Shows (12)

Her first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).

View all Cyd Charisse TV shows. What was Cyd's zodiac sign?

Cyd Charisse zodiac sign was pisces.

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