Ann Miller (born April 12, 1923 in Chireno, Texas) was a film actress, singer, and dancer who was best known for her wonderful performances in the Classical Hollywood cinema musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. She was mostly known for role in the 1938 films “You Can’t Take It With You” and “Room Service.” Ann died on January 22, 2004 and her death was because of lung cancer. She died peacefully at 80 years old.
"I think I would die if I had to wear those shoes with that belt."
"[In 1979 interview] I have worked like a dog all my life, honey. Dancing, as Fred Astaire said, is next to ditch-digging. You sweat and you slave and the audience doesn't think you have a brain in your head." (IMDB)
"After a long, hard battle with leukemia, Ann Miller died on Feb. 5, 2019, of natural causes at the age of 71. (V)"
"Ann Miller died after being hit by a nasty case of cancer. (V)"
"Ann's life was full of joy and laughter. We will never know what happened when she passed away, but we will always remember her laughter. (V)"
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