1969 - 1970
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Buddy Bradley (July 24, 1905–July 17, 1972) was a successful African-American dancer and choreographer of the 1930s and later. Born as Clarence Bradley Epps in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he began his career in the United States, although he was often not credited for his early work because he was black. He also worked with Billy Pierce, his fellow African-American choreographer. He first went to England in 1933 and later settled there. He worked on many Broadway and West End shows. He was the first black dancer to choreograph an all-white show in London. He returned to the United States in the late 1960s.