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Taina Elg. At a very young age, she began her training at the Finnish National Ballet. Tainas international reputation began to grow when she received a scholarship to study at the famed Sadlers Wells ballet company (The Royal Ballet) in London and the joined the Grand Ballet du Marquis de Cuevas in Paris.
Oct 18, 2015 Taina Elg (born ) is a Finnish-American actress and dancer. She has appeared on stage, television and in film.
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Taina Elg. One of her country's most celebrated performers, Finnish actress and dancer Taina Elg was born in 1930 in Helsinki but later her family moved and lived in and around Finland, including Turku. Taina's mother was a Russian immigrant, pianist.
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Actress Taina Elg visited Hancock in September, 2015, as a part of the Festival Ruska at Finlandia University. She is greeted by Finlandia President Dr. Phillip Johnson and his wife Renee.
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Taina Elg. She was brought to Hollywood in the wake of the success of fellow Scandinavia Anita Ekberg. Elg's first film role was in MGM's The Prodigal (1955) and she went on to play worthwhile roles in such MGM efforts as Les Girls (1957 which gave her an opportunity to display her dancing skills, and Imitation General (1959).