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JEAN SULLIVAN-Biography

SAG AFTRA EQUITY AGMA AGVA
Discovered while a student at UCLA (Alpha Phi Sorority-Gamma Delta), doing a play, by a scout from Warner Brothers. Ms. Sullivan was hired immediately.

MOTION PICTURES- Leading Woman
"Squirm"-1976 w Don Sardino- directed by Jeff Lieberman
"Uncertain Glory" 1944 -w Errol Flynn & Paul Lucas- directed by Raoul Walsh
"Escape to the Desert" 1945- w Helmut Dantine, Faye Emerson and Phillip Dorn -directed by Edward A. Blatt
"Roughly Speaking"- 1945 w Rosalind Russell, Jack Carson & Alan Hale- Directed by Michael Curtiz

TELEVISION- LEADING WOMAN
One Day at a Time
Somerset
The Doctors
Kraft
Search for Tomorrow
NBC Family Hour
Colgate Family Hour
Lamp Unto Thy Feet
TELEVISION- Spanish & Flamenco Featured Dancer
The Steve Allen Show
The Jackie Gleason Show
The Paul Whiteman Show
The Voice of Firestone
TELEVISION- Spokeswoman-Live TV
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (7 years-4 nights a week- on the CBS 11PM NEWS)
Revlon
Coty
Frigidaire
Rexall
Swanson's Chicken
Maxwell House Coffee

THEATRE
The Seagull- Mme. Arcadina- Directed by Steve Aaron at Sybil Burton's
New Theatre
Macbeth- Lady Macbeth- Directed by John Blatchley-The Royal Shakespeare
Company at JASTA
Much Ado About Nothing- Hero- Directed by John Burrell- The Royal
Shakespeare Company for the Theatre Guild
Phedre- Phedre- Directed by Paul-Emil Deiber- La Comedie Francaise
(Replacing Beatrice Straight-Off-Broadway and on Tour.)
LUV by Harold Prince-Ruth
The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco-Mrs. Smith
The Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw- Queen Elizabeth
Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters
The Stronger by August Strindberg- South Street Theatre-NYC
Before Breakfast by Eugene O'Neill- The Vienna English Theatre-Vienna,
Austria

DANCE
Principal Dancer for the American Ballet Theatre
(Discovered by legendary choreographer Anthony Tudor, while rehearsing
Flamenco at Carnegie Hall)
Performing the leading role in Agnes de Mille's "Tally Ho" and character roles in "Giselle", Anthony Tudor's "Romeo and Juliet" and George Balanchine's "Apollo".
Spanish and Flamenco- with Angel Cansino (Uncle to Rita
Hayworth-nee-Cansino) dancing and playing Flamenco guitar in virtually
every Manhattan, Latin Nightclub

ACTING TRAINING
Sanford Meisner, Frank Corsaro, Morris Carnovski and Nola Chilton.

SHAKESPEARE
Phillip Burton

LANGUAGES
French
Italian
Spanish

INSTRUMENTS
Cello
Piano
Flamenco Guitar

AWARDS
Was selected as an Honored Member in the "US Executives" Category for
1989's "Who's Who in America".