b. 23 January 1930, Inwood, Iowa, USA, d. 23 June 1993, LA, California, USA. Educated at the institution of American Ballet, Swenson became a dancer and afterwards a choreographer. He made an appearance in a variety of musical displays in NY, and among his Broadway performances were Great TO BECOME Alive! and Bless You All (both 1950), Destry Trips Once again (1959) and Wildcat (1960). The last mentioned starred Lucille Ball and Cyd Charisse, and Swenson could be noticed on the initial cast documenting. Next for the dancer emerged Cy Coleman’s Small Me (1962), a starring automobile for Sid Caesar, who performed seven roles. However, it had been Swenson, within the function of George Musgrove, who obtained most plaudits. In an attribute with Virginia Martin, as Belle Schlumpfort, he sang ‘I’ve Got Your Amount’ within the initial act. In this amount, he also performed an erotic single dance that frequently brought the home down and led to rave testimonials. The show went on the Lunt-Fontanne Theater for 257 shows and brought Swenson a Tony Award nomination as Greatest Featured Professional and he gained a Theater Globe Award. Swenson after that reprised his function in an exceedingly successful London creation on the Cambridge Theater, which starred Bruce Forsyth. Afterwards in the 10 years Swenson is at A Joyful Sound (1966), then within the 70s is at Molly (1973) and Ulysses In Nighttown (1974), and he was in charge of the chorography from the American Dance Machine (1978). He also made an appearance in revivals, including variations of Men And Dolls, Can-Can no, No, Nanette. Swenson produced a few performances in films, like the 1971 feature What’s THE PROBLEM With Helen?, which starred Debbie Reynolds and Shelley Winters. On tv he required the part from the Gryphon inside a 1983 creation of Alice In Wonderland, and he produced guest looks on Caesar’s Your Display Of Shows as well as the Ed Sullivan Display.