BiographyDetroit, Michigan, USA
Lithe and luscious blonde dancer and choreographer Lezlie Mogell was born on May 17 in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Livonia, Michigan. She's the daughter of Myrna and Earl Mogell. Lezlie's first dance class was tap at age three. She studied at the dance studio Miss Harriet's in Livonia. Mogell toured as a dancer with Cher for two years and was featured in the stage show "Dream Street." Moreover, Lezlie appeared as a dancer in countless TV award shows and music videos. Read more... 1984 and remained on the show until the end of the 1985 season. After leaving "Solid Gold" Lezlie continued to appear in various television award shows and music videos. Among the music videos she has been featured in are Cher's "We All Sleep Alone," Jermaine Jackson's "I Think It's Love," Billy Idol's "Eyes Without a Face," and Michael Jackson's 17-minute science fiction musical short "Captain EO." Mogell has not only worked as a choreographer for Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, and K.C. and the Sunshine Band, but also has done the choreography for many TV commercials and episodes of the sitcom "Rags to Riches." She pops up as a dancer in both the film "One from the Heart" and the made-for-TV movie "Breakin' Through." Lezlie has an associate degree in nursing. Her favorite dance subject is jazz. Mogell lives in Miami, Florida. Although she now primarily works as an emergency room nurse, Mogell still continues to choreograph TV commercials, music videos, and stage shows on a regular basis.