Sandahl Bergman

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Sandahl Bergman (born November 14, 1951) is an American dancer, stuntwoman, and actress. Bergman was born in Kansas City, Missouri. A statuesque blonde, she is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) tall. She graduated from Shawnee Mission South High School in Overland Park, Kansas. In her 20s, she moved to New York City and appeared in a number of Broadway shows, catching the eye of choreographer Bob Fosse who cast her as a replacement dancer in Pippin. She had a secondary lead in the stage version of the film Gigi in 1973, and later appeared in Mack & Mabel, and as Judy in the renowned "new New York cast" of A Chorus Line (when many of the original actors left the show in 1977). She was cast again by Fosse in his critically acclaimed 1978 dance concert/musical Dancin', which featured many of the top dancers on Broadway at the time. Bergman's movie career began in 1978 with a small role in the TV film How to Pick Up Girls. She followed this in 1979 with a noted appearance as a dancer in the Fosse film All That Jazz. In the 1980 movie Xanadu, she appears as one of the nine immortal Muses during the opening song I'm Alive by ELO as well as the final title number of Xanadu.
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