Famous Triple Threat Deemed the 'Queen of Swing' Dies of Heart Failure at Her Florida Home

May 08, 2019May 08, 2019

The world recently lost a legend. Norma Miller, a famous African American dancer, passed away on Sunday, May 5th.

According to Legacy, the dancing icon died of heart failure at her Ft. Meyers, Florida home. She was 99 years old at the time of her death.

In addition to dancing, she was also an actress and a singer — making her an outstanding triple threat in the entertainment industry. Miller had supporting roles in “Alive and Kicking,” “Malcolm X,” “Captiva Island,” and “Sparkle.”

She was deemed the “Queen of Swing” for her notorious moves and amazing talent on the dance floor. The Jazz at Lincoln Center even referred to her as “one of the greatest dancers in jazz history” in their social media tribute.

Miller will be greatly missed by her loved ones and fans. Please pray for them during this time of mourning.

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