What happened to Lucinda Dickey? Where Is She Now
An American actress and former dancer named Lucinda Dickey. She is best recognized for playing the lead in the 1984 movies Breaking’ and Breaking 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984).
Who is Lucinda Dickey?
Dickey was born and raised in Hutchinson, Kansas, where she started dancing in her mother’s studio at the age of four.
She participated as Miss Manhattan/Kansas-State in the Miss Kansas pageant as a student at Kansas State University, where she studied dance. She won the talent category and came in third runner-up.
How old is Lucinda Dickey?
The famous American actress was born on July 9, 1960 (age 63).
What is Lucinda Dickey’s net worth?
The American actress and dancer have a net worth of $50 million.
What is Lucinda Dickey’s nationality and ethnicity?
Dickey is an American and belongs to the white ethnicity.
What is Lucinda Dickey’s profession?
Dickey relocated to Los Angeles in 1980 after being awarded a dancing scholarship by the Roland DuPree Dance Academy.
After ten months, she was hired as a lead dancer for Grease 2.
She was hired for a stint as a dancer on Solid Gold in the fall of 1982.
In the 1984 film Ninja III: The Domination, she had her first leading part.
Dickey played Kelly, a jazz dancer turned breakdancer, in the 1984 films Breakin’ and Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.
The mascot in the 1988 horror film Cheerleader Camp was Dickey’s next role.
Dickey’s final on-screen appearance was in Perry Mason: The Case of the Defiant Daughter, a 1990 television film starring Perry Mason.
Lucinda’s Husband and children
She retired from acting in 1990, and now she and her husband, Craig Piligian, who is a co-executive producer of the reality TV game show Survivor among other things, live in California.
Joseph Michael, born in 1986, and Amanda Marie are their two children (born in 1989).