Legendary actress (and renowned film beauty) Leslie Caron is slated to appear at the Egyptian Theatre on Saturday December 18th in Hollywood.
On that celebrated occasion, Ms. Caron will attend a screening of the classic feature film - "An American in Paris" - which won an Oscar in 1952.
The dazzling film great will sign copies of her autobiography:
"Thank Heaven: A Memoir"
Leslie Claire Margaret Caron was born on July 1st in 1931 and is primarily known as a screen actress and celebrated dancer.
Over the past few decades, Caron has appeared in approximately forty-five flicks.
Ms. Caron is best known for the musicals such as - "An American in Paris" (1951), Lili (1953), the comedy Daddy Long Legs (1955), and Gigi, a signature role (1958).
In addition, the respected performer also graced the screen in a handful of "straight roles" in non-musical projects such as Fanny (1961), The L-Shaped Room (1962), and Father Goose (1964).
The respected actress has been blessed with a dedicated fan base who have courted her every move.
Ms. Caron has also been recognized by her peers in the industry, who bestowed upon her two Oscars for performances which fell in the prestigeous category of "Best Actress".
During the course of her stellar career on the boards, Ms. Caron has two-stepped with a posse of dance legends, such as Gene Kelley, Fred Astaire, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and ballet great Rudolph Nureyev.
See 'ya at the screening on the weekend, eh?