Annie Gaybis Actress, Singer, Dancer

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Annie 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.

Onstage, 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 Othello.

From 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.

Annie 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.

Ms. 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 2016, Annie Gaybis got to do what she likes to do best - act- sing and dance all over the country. Highlights include: the N Richard Nash classic play "The Rainmaker" portraying the role of Lizzie opposite Peter Gutierrez to sold-out houses and standing ovations. The artistic director of City Repertory Theater, John Sbordone wrote "Annie Gaybis continues to demonstrate the breadth of her art. She captured the soul and heart of Lizzie Curry. Ms. Gaybis embodied the role and won over the audience."

Ms. Gaybis was invited to do the role of Jennie Malone in Neil Simons semi-biographical "Chapter Two" directed by British director Bruce Highley for the 25th anniversary of Flagler Auditorium. Once again she performed to sold-out houses and received standing ovations.

Annie was featured in The First Coast Opera production of Offenbach's "La Vie Parisienne " in a comedic over the top role created for her by director Nelson Sheeley and artistic director and conductor Curt Tucker.

In the words of Frank Sinatra "It was a very good year" and Annie would like to add "and a very busy one."

 

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