Liliane Montevecchi

Liliane Montevecchi

Performer

Tony winner Liliane Montevecchi—the Paris-born dancer, actor, and singer—passed away June 29 at her Manhattan home at the age of 85 following a battle with colon cancer, according to The New York Times.

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  • Born: Oct 13, 1932 in Paris, France
  • Death: Jun 29, 2018 in New York, NY

Roles (13)

Grand Hotel Playbill - Nov 1989 Grand Hotel (1989)
Opened Nov 12, 1989
  • as Elizaveta Grushinskaya (Original)
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The 37th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 5, 1983 The 37th Annual Tony Awards - 1983 (1983)
Opened Jun 5, 1983
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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Nine Playbill - May 1982 Nine (1982)
Opened May 9, 1982
  • as Liliane La Fleur (Original)
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Folies Bergère Playbill - June 1964 Folies Bergère [1964] (1964)
Opened Jun 2, 1964
  • as Performer (Original)
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La Plume de Ma Tante Playbill - Jan 1959 La Plume de Ma Tante (1958)
Opened Nov 11, 1958
  • as Speakerine (Replacement)
  • as A Pickpocket (Replacement)
  • as Mademoiselle Liliane (Replacement)
  • as Queen of the Strip-Tease (Replacement)
  • as A Femme Fatale (Replacement)
  • as Eve (Replacement)
  • as Perfomer (Replacement)
  • as A Clown (Replacement)
  • as Acrobatie (Replacement)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
1982 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Nine Winner
Tony Award
1990 Best Actress in a Musical Grand Hotel Nominee
1982 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Nine Winner
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