Ffolliott LeCoque's career in dance spans the history of the Las Vegas Strip. She continues to work in the Las Vegas entertainment industry as manager of the show "Donn Arden's Jubilee!" at Bally's.
Ffolliott, better known as Fluff, was born in Butte, Montana in 1923. She began dancing as a child, taught dance while working her way through college at the University of Washington, and toured as a dancer during World War II. In 1947, she came to Las Vegas to dance in the opening act for Liberace at the Hotel Last Frontier. In between her jobs in Las Vegas showrooms, she toured the country working for producers Donn Arden and Ron Fletcher. LeCoque again performed at the Desert Inn when it first opened in 1950. She retired as a dancer in 1970.
Following her retirement, LeCoque began working as manager of the show "Jubilee!" with producer Donn Arden.
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