By Greg Evans | Deadline | 1 month 2 days ago | Movies
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Alan Johnson , a three-time Emmy Award winning choreographer whose work spanned Broadway and Hollywood – and included four scenes from Mel Brooks ’ comedies that became instant, irreverent classics – died July 7 of Parkinson’s disease at his home in Los Angeles. He was 81.
His death was confirmed to news outlets by his nephew Todd Johnson.
Johnson began his career as an understudy dancer for Broadway’s...