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Dougie Squires

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Dougie Squires

Dougie Squires (b. Douglas Squires, Nottingham, England, in 1932) is an English choreographer known best for his work in television that dates from the mid-1950s.

The groups he has choreographed for television include:

  • The Dougie Squires Dancers
  • Dougie Squires' Second Generation
  • The Dougie Squires Dozen

As well as TV work he has been involved with theatrical productions and fund-raising events. In 2009 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to the Performing Arts.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Personal website

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