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Roger Smith

Totally electrifying

Ann-Margret is a living legend.

In a city famous for its sparkling lights and dynamic entertainment, Ann-Margret has firmly established herself as one of Las Vegas's premiere performers. Glamorous and exciting, Ann-Margret brings to the stage an energy and style that is immediately infectious and completely captivating. To miss this incredible lady perform is to miss one of the most spectacular entertainment experiences in the world today.

Always a popular performer, Ann-Margret puts on a show that has been described by many as electrifying. "Her timing is superb", writes John Harna of the Gloucester County Times in New Jersey, "she brings goosebumps to the audience one moment and has them reaching for tissues the next". In an equally impressive review, a well-known Las Vegas journalist states, "Nobody works a stage like Ann-Margret. It's an evening of entertainment that you'll remember for years to come. It's a show that memories are made of".

Working with an extraordinary talented crew of singers, dancers and musicians, Ann-Margret weaves her magic against a background highlighted by stunning laser effects and exciting visual imagery. The choreography in her numbers is spectacular and is complemented beautifully by her elaborated costuming.

A highly versatile performer, Ann-Margret has been both a celebrated star of stage and screen. Twice nominated for an Academy Award, she has starred in such popular films as "Bye Bye Birdie", "Carnal Knowledge", "Viva Las Vegas" and "Tommy". She has appeared on numerous television programs such as the critically acclaimed "A Streetcar Named Desire", "The Two Mrs Grenvilles" and "Who Will Love My Children" as well as several succesful variety shows. She has garnered an impressive three Emmy nominations for her work, as well as having won five Golden Globe Awards.

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Ann-Margret received her first big break when she was spotted by George Burns while working in a Las Vegas cabaret. Recognizing her enormous performance potential, Burns hired her and together they performed in her first major showroom debut in 1960. Shortly after, she was spotted by talent scouts who took her to Hollywood to star in the movies. Since then she has appeared in over 40 feature films and numerous television specials. She has been twice honored as the "Outstanding Box Office Star of the Year" by the Theatre Owners of America and has been named "Female Star of the Year" by the United Motion Pictures Association an impressive three times.

Produced and managed by her husband, Roger Smith, Ann-Margret has also been the recipient of the "Song and Dance Star of the Year" award as voted by the American Guild of Variety Artists. Roger Smith, a familiar face to those who watched the popular television series "77 Sunset Strip", decided many years ago to give up acting and concentrate solely on his wife's career. Together they have done an incredible job putting together a magnificent show that has delighted thousands.

A world-wide performer, Ann-Margret has appeared before Kings and Queens, dignitaries and Presidents. Whether it be entertaining at the White House for the President and First Lady or performing for our armed forces overseas, Ann-Margret is a dynamic entertainer who is guaranteed to please. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to see a true entertainment legend while she performs at Caesars Palace June 18th-30th.

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By Dr. Scott Lewis

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