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Farrell, Suzanne Syllabification: Far·rell, Suzanne
Pronunciation: /ˈfarəl/

Definition of Farrell, Suzanne in English:

( 1945-), US dancer; born Roberta Sue Fricker. She performed with the New York City Ballet 1961–69, where she became principal dancer 1965–69. She is noted for her performance in the movie version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1966).

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