Sonja Henie

Sonja Henie

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  • Birthday: Apr 8, 1912
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  • Upon receiving a pair of skates for her sixth birthday, Norwegian entertainer Sonja Henie decided to forego a dancing career for a life on the ice. To refine her technique, Henie continued taking ballet lessons, at one point studying with a former teacher of Anna Pavlova. She won the first of her ten World Skating titles in Oslo at age 14; she went on to win honors at the 1928, 1932 and 1936 Olympics. In 1936 she turned professional, touring the world in her own ice show. Thus, Henie was already a very wealthy woman when she was signed to a Hollywood contract at 20th Century-Fox. From her American film debut in One in a Million (1936) onward, Henie was one of Fox's biggest box-office attractions. Her film career waned in the late 1940s, but Henie retained her popularity through her sellout appearances with the Hollywood Ice Capades and via sporadic television appearances. In 1960, Sonja Henie retired, a millionaire many times over; nine years later, she died of leukemia while flying on an ambulance plane from Paris to Oslo.








No Score Yet Sonja Henie - Queen of the Ice Actor 1993
No Score Yet I Miss Sonia Henie Herself 1971
No Score Yet It's a Pleasure Chris Linden 1945
No Score Yet Wintertime Nora 1943
No Score Yet Iceland (Katina) Katina Jonsdottir 1942
No Score Yet Sun Valley Serenade Karen Benson 1941
No Score Yet Second Fiddle Trudi Hovland 1939
No Score Yet Everything Happens at Night Louise Norden 1939
No Score Yet Happy Landing Trudy Ericksen 1938
No Score Yet My Lucky Star Kristina Nielson 1938
No Score Yet Thin Ice Lili Heiser 1937
No Score Yet One in a Million Gretchen Muller 1936


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