Ann Reinking

Ann Reinking

actress, additional crew, producer

Ann Reinking was born on Nov 10, 1949 in USA. Ann Reinking's big-screen debut came with The Andros Targets - Season 1 directed by Edward H. Feldman in 1977. Ann Reinking is known for Beneath the White City Lights directed by Chris Olsen, Ann Reinking stars as Self and Melissa Thodos as Self. The most recent award Ann Reinking achieved is Clarence Derwent Awards. The upcoming new movie Ann Reinking plays is Beneath the White City Lights which will be released on Feb 23, 2012.

Ann Reinking was born on November 10, 1949, in Seattle, Washington. Renowned more for her dancing than acting, Reinking has danced in many Broadway shows. She made her film debut in Folie-Folie (1978) and the following year starred opposite Roy Scheider and Jessica Lange in the Bob Fosse biopic Que le spectacle commence... (1979), which won many Oscar nominations -- including a nod for Best Picture of 1979. Reinking was charming as Grace Farrell, the sympathetic and devoted secretary to grouchy Daddy Warbucks (Albert Finney) in John Huston's Annie (1982), in which she sang the songs "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here", "We Got Annie" and "Let's Go To The Movies." Her best performance was also in her last film to date in Blake Edwards' brilliant 1984 comedy Micki & Maude (1984), in which Dudley Moore plays a bigamist with two pregnant wives -- workaholic attorney Micki (Reinking) and laid-back cellist Maude (Amy Irving). After that, Ann Reinking never acted in another motion picture. She was married to financier Herbert Allen for a time, and only popped up sporadically on television and on the stage. Her big Broadway comeback occurred in the early 1990s with Chicago, which won her a well-deserved Tony Award for Best Choreography.

  • Birthday

    Nov 10, 1949
  • Place of Birth

    Seattle, Washington, USA

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Clarence Derwent Awards
Best supporting Female (USA)
Winner - Clarence Derwent Award

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