Finola Hughes Born: 10/29/1959
Birth Place: London, England, GB
Born Oct. 29, 1959 in London, England, Finola Hughes began her dance training from an early age, joining the Northern Ballet Company after winning the Markova award. After a few small dancing appearances in films, Hughes's talents caught the eye of Andrew Lloyd Webber, who cast her as the original Victoria the White Cat in the London production of the global smash musical "Cats." Hollywood took notice, and Hughes booked the female lead in the Sylvester Stallone-helmed "Stayin' Alive" (1983), the sequel to the blockbuster "Saturday Night Fever" (1977). As Laura, the haughty star dancer in the Broadway musical "Satan's Alley," Hughes sparred with star Jo...
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