| actress, dancer|
Terrence Mann (m. 1996)
| May 11, 1964 (age 52) (1964-05-11) New York City, New York, USA|
Shelby Mann, Josephine Mann
Jacques d'Amboise, Carolyn George
Christopher d'Amboise, George d'Amboise, Cate d'Amboise
Frances Ha, The In Crowd, Alone in the Neon Jungle, American Blue Note
Terrence Mann, Jacques d'Amboise, Andrea Martin, Patina Miller, Christopher d'Amboise
Charlotte d'Amboise (born May 11, 1964) is an American actress and dancer. She has played starring roles in musical theatre, and has been nominated for two Tony Awards and won the Los Angeles Ovation Awards for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for Chicago. She has also appeared in films.
Charlotte d'Amboise Wikipedia
Charlotte d'Amboise was born in New York City, the daughter of dancers Jacques d'Amboise and Carolyn George. She is the twin sister of Cate and younger sister of Christopher d'Amboise.
D'Amboise made her Broadway debut in the musical Cats in 1983 as Cassandra, where she met her future husband, performer Terrence Mann. She also performed in the role of Chris Hargensen in the ill-fated 1988 musical Carrie. She frequently has played the role of Roxie Hart in Chicago, first heading the 1997 national tour and later joining the Broadway revival cast in 1999. She has appeared in productions of the musical every year since 2001.
In 2001, she replaced Karen Ziemba in Contact.
In early 2005, d'Amboise replaced Christina Applegate in the Boston leg of the pre-Broadway tour of the revival of Sweet Charity, as well as the first few weeks of previews on Broadway, following a foot injury sustained by Applegate that nearly cancelled the production. Once Applegate returned to the role in New York, d'Amboise remained as her standby while simultaneously performing the role of Roxie Hart in Chicago.
She appeared in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line in 2006 to 2008 as Cassie, earning a Tony Award nomination.
She originated the role of Fastrada in the 2013 Broadway revival of Pippin, alongside her husband Terrence Mann, who played Charles.
Her film credits include The In Crowd, American Blue Note, Just Off The Coast, and The Preacher's Wife. She appears as herself in Every Little Step, a documentary about A Chorus Line. Most recently she has appeared in Frances Ha, directed by Noah Baumbach. On television she has appeared in the Kennedy Center Honors, Law & Order, a videotaped performance of the Broadway musical Contact. She has also appeared in several made-for-TV movies, including Lost in the Bermuda Triangle (1998) and Alone in the Neon Jungle (1988).Pippin (2013)
Parade (Mark Taper Forum) (2009)
A Chorus Line (2006)
Can-Can (City Center Encores!, 2004)
Damn Yankees (1994)
Jerome Robbins' Broadway (1989)
Song and Dance (1985)
2007 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in A Musical (A Chorus Line, nominee)
2005 TDF/Astaire Special Award for Chicago and Sweet Charity
1998 Los Angeles Ovation Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Chicago, winner)
1998 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Leading Performance (Chicago, winner)
1998 Bay Area Theatre Critics' Award (Chicago, winner)
1997 Astaire Award for Achievement in Dance (Damn Yankees, winner)
1989 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical (Jerome Robbins' Broadway, nominee)
She is married to actor/dancer/director/singer/songwriter Terrence Mann. They have two daughters. They both starred in the musical Cats and the 2013 Broadway revival of Pippin.