Hollywood film choreographer JACQUI LANDRUM has died. She was 64.
Landrum died of cancer on 29 August (08), her husband, Bill Landrum, tells the Los Angeles Times.
Landrum, born in Los Angeles as Jacqui Levy, began her work as a choreographer for 1960s U.S. TV show called Hollywood a Go-Go.
She choreographed scenes for films including Great Balls of Fire and The Doors and Coen brothers' classics The Big Lebowski and Barton Fink.
The coupl was also nominated for an Emmy award in 1987 for their work on TV series Moonlighting.
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