In 2007 Charlotte was nominated for a Tony Award (Best Featured Actress in a Musical) for her work in A Chorus Line; she lost to Mary Louise Wilson.
Charlotte has said that one of the proudest moments in her life was performing for her father at the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony.
Charlotte once attended the School of American Ballet.
Broadway - A Chorus Line, Cassie.
Sweet Charity, Charity Hope Valentine.
Chicago, Roxie Hart. [On and off from 1999 to 2005.]
Danm Yankees, Lola.
Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Performer.
Song and Dance, Woman/Woman in Blue
Off-Broadway - The Dolphin Position, Cheryl.
Charlotte made her Broadway debut in 1983 in the musical Cats.
She appeared as Roxie Hart in the mid-1998 tour of the musical Chicago.
Charlotte won the Astaire Award for "outstanding achievement in Broadway dance," for her role as Lola in the musical Damn Yankees!
Charlotte was nominated for a Tony Award in 1989 for Best Actress for her role in Jerome Robbins' Broadway.
Charlotte nabbed the role of Cassie, a dancer, in the 2006 revival of the musical A Chorus Line.
Charlotte and her brother Christopher appeared in the Broadway show Song and Dance together in 1985.
Charlotte's brother Christopher is also a professional dancer/choreographer.
Charlotte is one of four children. She has two brothers; George and Christopher, and one twin sister; Kate.
Charlotte is the daughter of two dancers. Her father is the dancer/choreographer Jacques d'Amboise and her mother is the ballerina Carolyn George.
Together, Charlotte and her husband have two daughters.
Charlotte is married to the actor/director/dancer Terrence Mann.
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