Chase, Barrie (1933–)
Chase, Barrie (1933–)
American film dancer and actress. Name variations: Barrie Kaufman. Born Oct 20, 1933, in King's Point, Long Island, NY; dau. of Borden Chase (1900–1971, writer); m. Gene Shacove (div.); m. James Kaufman (dentist); children: 1 son.
As a child, appeared in the film Scaramouche; worked with Jack Cole on films Les Girls and Designing Women (both 1957); appeared in numerous films under contract with 20th Century-Fox, including Mardi Gras (1958); also appeared in Cape Fear (1962), It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963) and The Flight of the Phoenix (1965); was partnered with Fred Astaire on many tv shows, including "An Evening with Fred Astaire" (1958), "Think Pretty" (1964) and "The Fred Astaire Show" (1968).
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