Jerome (Jerry) Robbins was born Jerome Rabinowitz on October 11, 1918, in New York City. Won 5 Tonys for his Broadway hits, "The King and I", "Peter Pan", "Gypsy", "Fiddler on the Roof" and "West Side Story". Won two awards for his work on the 1961 filmed version of "West Side Story." One was a special Oscar for choreography, and another for his directing chores that he performed alongside Robert Wise. Died July 29, 1998.
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IMDb: Jerome Robbins
Complete filmography for his work as director, writer, and film crew member.
Jerome Robbins (1918-1999)
Profile of his career as a dancer and choreographer in ballet and theatre, and director for both stage and screen.
Jerome Robbins Trust and Foundation
Shared by two organizations established by Jerome Robbins. Site gives information on Mr. Robbins' work, licensing request procedures, biographical information, and special events.
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