A digital recreation of an article published in Dolls And Dolls Magazine Vol1 No8 oct 1968
This third generation show biz gal feels she is destined for stardom. Sherry Grant’s folks were vaudevillians and her grandparents were performers in a circus, so she has show business in her blood. Sherry is an accomplished dancer and is also a versatile mimic, but her real interest in show biz lies in set decorating. She dances, as she says, "for the rent money," while she studies theater arts. Patrons of the clubs where she is featured wish she’d remain a dancer. Sherry remembers being fascinated by her grandfather’s stories of circus life, after he retired. She traveled little during her childhood, for her parents insisted she get an education.
During the summer, however, she was allowed to travel with them, but about the time that she could really enjoy the variety of talents that vaudeville displayed, it was a thing of the past, replaced by TV. To this day, however, Sherry’s favorite TV shows are those of the variety type and she just can’t resist a circus in town. She plans to quit her dancing career upon finishing her studies and hopes to find work at one of the major TV production units. Meanwhile, Sherry often submits her designs for stage backgrounds and settings for her own dance routines and for the other chorus numbers.