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Danielle Tiletnickfrom "I am a Dancer"


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#1 LunaTick

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Posted 11 April 2004 - 11:36 AM

Whatever happened to this girl? She was the featured dancer of the book "I Am a Dancer" by Lynn Haney in 1981. She had the quintessential ballerina look even at 13! I googled her and didn't come up with anything. I know she performed in a few of SAB's workshops in the 80's, so I assume she probably got into a company. Did she change her name maybe?

Also, what about the two boys of that book, Stephen and Micheal Austin. They seemed like they were going places too.

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Posted 03 January 2011 - 02:14 PM

Whatever happened to this girl? She was the featured dancer of the book "I Am a Dancer" by Lynn Haney in 1981. She had the quintessential ballerina look even at 13! I googled her and didn't come up with anything. I know she performed in a few of SAB's workshops in the 80's, so I assume she probably got into a company. Did she change her name maybe?

Also, what about the two boys of that book, Stephen and Micheal Austin. They seemed like they were going places too.



Through the internet here is what I was able to find, which is to say, not much! I would love to know what all three are doing now, as adults. Hope this helps :D

Danielle participated in SABís student workshops in 1983 and 1985: http://sabworkshops.org/sab1985.html

In 1988 she was either a member of Karole Armitageís company or was simply hired for this piece http://query.nytimes...756C0A96E948260 but seemed to perform in 1984 as well. http://www.nytimes.c...&pagewanted=all

In 1984 she was in a film, Times Square:
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0863227/


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