Ann Miller (born Johnnie Lucille Collier) started her Hollywood career in low-budget films between 1937 and 1946, before she became a star in major films. She was second only to Eleanor Powell, as a tap dancer. After her film career she danced in nightclubs, and in 1979 she was in the Broadway hit "Sugar Babies".
|2||Mulholland Dr. (1999)||-||7|
|3||On the Town (1949)||Claire Huddesen||6.5|
|4||Easter Parade (1948)||Nadine Hale||7|
|5||Melody Ranch (1940)||Julie Shelton||-|
|6||You Can't Take It with You (1938)||Essie Carmichael||7|
|7||Stage Door (1937)||Annie||-|