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Lucille Bremer

Lucille Bremer

American actress and dancer


February 21, 1917, Amsterdam, New York, USA - April 16, 1996, La Jolla, California, USA.

American actress and dancer.

She began her career as a dancer at Radio City Music Hall in New York City at the age of sixteen. In 1940, Bremen made her Broadway debut in the musical Panama Hattie, along with aspiring Broadway musical stars Vera-Ellen and June Allison. Soon she was spotted by one of the talent scouts, and Bremer moved to Hollywood. There, at an audition for MGM Studios, she impressed Hollywood mogul Louis B. Meyer, and she was contracted to shoot movies. Her film debut was in 1944 in the musical film "Meet Me in St. Louis", where she played the role of the sister of the heroine Judy Garland.

Successful major roles followed in the popular musical motion pictures Yolanda and the Thief (1945) and The Madness of Ziegfeld (1946), with Fred Astrem in the lead roles. The last time she appeared as a leading actress in the film "While the Clouds Are Floating" in 1946, after which the studio "MGM" has lost interest in her and the actress has moved to supporting roles. The four films that followed were the last of her film career, and in 1948 Lucille Bremer, disillusioned with the Hollywood film industry, left the big screen.

In 1948 she married and settled in La Joya, on the outskirts of San Diego, California, where she lived for the rest of her life, until she died of a heart attack in the spring of 1996.


February 21, 1917
Lucille Bremer was born in Amsterdam.


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