Gentry de Paris

Gentry de Paris
Born May 2, 1969
Hollywood, California
Occupation Burlesque dancer

Gentry de Paris (born May 2, 1969)[1] is a Paris-based burlesque dancer, art director and playwright. In 2009, Gentry wrote, directed and starred in the Gentry de Paris Revue with Dita Von Teese at the Casino de Paris directed by Philippe Calvario. She headlined Scarlett James' Grande Burlesque Show in Montreal with Immodesty Blaize, the Montreal Burlesque Festival with Michelle L'amour and 8th annual New York Burlesque Festival.

She has also performed with Patricia Kaas during her 2009 Kabaret tour, Arielle Dombasle for the AmfAR Gala in Paris hosted by Kylie Minogue and has collaborated with the Gotan Project.

Gentry is also the founder of L’École Supérieure de Burlesque, the first school of its kind in France.


External links

  • Official website
  • Paris Revue website
  • Official Twitter
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