Lucille Bremer was a famous Broadway dancer in her day. She rose to prominence in such popular shows as “Ladies of Leisure” and” Olympia”. She also appeared in numerous films, plays and musicals. She was married to Richard Burton and had two children. She is often referred to as the face of the Broadway dance show.
Lucille Bremer’s filmography is diverse, starting with “Dangerous” in 1941. She later appeared in “The Singing Butler” and “Guards” and “The Mysterious Lady” before landing a role in “All about Eve” in 1960. She had a breakout role in “Guards”, playing the cynical and sultry femme fatale known as The Lady. She went on to appear in numerous more movies and Broadway shows throughout the course of her career, winning three Emmys for Best Actress in each of those films.
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Lucille Bremer is best remembered from her appearance on the television series Everybody Loves Raymond. She played the cynical, yet sweet and loving character Potsie, a hard-boiled beauty who became the heart of Raymond Chandler’s tough detective, Dick Tracy. Lucille was cast as the first black female character that appeared on TV, aged 29, in any show in existence prior to that time.
Lucille is currently promoting her own stage play, “Nutcracker”, which opens on April 8th. Prior to that, she will be appearing in the film “Love Actually” as an American film actress and dancer. Lucille will also be featured in the upcoming Universal Pictures/MGM release “Young Victoria”. Lucille will celebrate her birthday on April 21st. Her ninety-one-year-old birthday will be honored by throwing a party in her honor at the Hotel Marlowe in New York City.
If Lucille is watching the film industry at all, it will be to see whether Audrey Hepburn reprises her role as Lucille, or if Lucille will have to find a new love. Lucille has always been a favorite of hers, and she had the greatest success of her career playing the mean girl in “All about Eve”, “My Fair Lady” and “The Deerhunter” for MGM. However, she has never been able to capture the part of a rocket in the same way as she did in those earlier films. Lucille is due to do a scene from the upcoming “Rockette” with Diahann Carroll.
Lucille Bremer has an upcoming role in the movies “Caroline” starring Meg Ryan, and “Nutcracker” starring Robin Williams. Her other credits include “A Few Good Men” for director Wes Anderson, “My Fair Lady” for Disney, “Caroline” and “The Deerhunter” for producer Rob Reiner. As an American film actress and dancer, Lucille is one of the best known of all the female performers in Hollywood today. Her career longevity is an indication of just how long she can stay on top of her game.