Nita Bieber

Active - 1947 - 1951  |   Genres - Comedy, Crime, Adventure, Drama, Musical

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Biography by Hans J. Wollstein

One of the girl dancers encountered by the Three Stooges on a Broadway rooftop in Rhythm and Weep (1946), exotically beautiful Nita Bieber had been a dancer since the age of five and toured with the USO prior to making her screen debut with Columbia Pictures. She also turned up in the 1947 Bowery Boys comedy News Hounds, where a voiced desire to watch her figure gets the expected response from Leo Gorcey, and then signed a seven-year deal to dance in MGM musicals. Bieber later founded her own dance company in Las Vegas and appeared with such major acts as Frank Sinatra, Josephine Baker, and April Stevens.

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