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Fonteyn

Dame Margot. real name Margaret Hookham. 1919--91, English classical ballerina
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She said her dance teacher in her early ballet classes was "inspiring" and added: "I wanted to be like Margot Fonteyn when I was younger.
Cheryl said: "I wanted to be like Margot Fonteyn when I was younger.
I had this great feeling three years ago and it has been tough when coming second always," said Owoka, who paid glowing tribute to keeper Sang and Fonteyn for their key role.
At this time Fonteyn lived during the weekends at a converted coach house in Berkshire near Maidenhead where she enjoyed entertaining her ballet friends and escaped the pressure of her performances and fans in London.
Fonteyn and Nureyev's performance had a rapturous reception, with 43 curtain calls and almost 40 minutes of applause.
Ballerina Margot Fonteyn attained perfection in one of the arts' most demanding disciplines.
CONSIDERED one of the best dancers of all time, Dame Margot Fonteyn was one of only two British ballet dancers to ever receive the accolade of prima ballerina assoluta and was globally adored during a career that spanned 45 years.
ACTRESS Anne-Marie Duff has revealed she needed a legs double to play ballet legend Dame Margot Fonteyn.
Prima Fonteyn 2.10 Kempton Dame Margot Fonteyn was considered by many to be the greatest English ballerina and one of the finest dancers of the 20th century.
Calcutta," "Scuba Duba," and "Lovers and Other Strangers," to touring prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, died May 8 in Sarasota, Fla.
So many of us struck by the same arrow, not necessarily Pavlova's, but pulled from a classical quiver, Fonteyn's perhaps, or Shearer's, Tallchief's or Makarova's or Farrell's.
And I speak as someone who saw Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn dance together more than once.