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Tony Charmoli, Emmy-Winning Choreographer for Mitzi Gaynor and Shirley MacLaine, Dies at 99

Tony Charmoli, Emmy-Winning Choreographer for Mitzi Gaynor and Shirley MacLaine, Dies at 99

Tony Charmoli, the three-time Emmy-winning choreographer and Broadway veteran who directed Shirley MacLaine and Mitzi Gaynor in splashy TV specials during the 1970s, has died. He was 99.

One of the top choreographers in TV history, Charmoli died Friday at his home in the Hollywood Hills, his friend, Paul Manchester, announced. They collaborated on a 2016 book of Charmoli's "adventures" titled Stars in My Eyes.

Charmoli made his Broadway debut as a dancer in 1947 in Dear Judas and went on to choreograph such shows as Eddie Fisher at the Winter Garden in 1962 and direct MacLaine's revue ...

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