Dance Photographer Larry White
Gaybis is what is known in the business as a triple
threat. She acts, sings and dances.
From Broadway, where she starred in the revival of “Oh! Calcutta!”
to Las Vegas “City Lights”
at the Flamingo Hilton.
Her first film “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” starred Burt
Reynolds and Dolly Parton.
Many films followed right up to the controversial “Showgirls”
where under Margurite Derricks choreography
she was featured throughout the film as one of its main dancers.
Annie has been featured opposite John Raitt (father
of Bonnie) in the Los Angeles production of “South Pacific”
and was selected to work with Placido Domingo in over
a half dozen productions at the Los Angeles Dorothy Chandler including Carmen and
being profiled on “60 Minutes” to guest appearances with Regis
as well as guest starring with her husband John Byner
in two holiday specials for the Family Channel.
has worked with Eddie Murphy in “Distinguished Gentlemen” and Kevin
Costner in “Waterworld”
as well as guesting on “Baywatch,”
“Sliders,” “Married With Children,” and “Leeza.”
Gaybis has toured the world with her cabaret show. To date, she has shared the stage with headliners such as Vic Damone,
Phyllis Diller, Rodney Dangerfield, Peggy
Lee, David Brenner, Red Buttons, Hal Linden, Little Richard, Michael Buble, Joel Grey, Kevin Meaney, Michael
Feinstein and Jeff Ross.
In 2019, Annie Gaybis got to do what she likes to do best - act, sing and dance all over the country.
Annie got to recreate the role that put Joan Crawford on the map - the role of
Crystal in The Women a play by
Clare Booth Luce. This was the first time that
The City Rep Theatre had had a sell-out three weeks before previews.
Ms. Gaybis was delighted to recreate the role of
Mrs. Phillips in the remake of the cult classic DOA shot in film noir style on location in
St Augustine for producer
Kurt St Thomas.
She performed , one of the true highlights of her acting career in the role of
Claudia in the
Top Topor play
Nuts playing to sold-out houses and received nightly standing ovations.
In the words of Frank
Sinatra "It was a very good year" and Annie would like to add "and a very busy one."