Norma Miller Queen of Swing

Queen of SWING – Norma Miller is an author, actor, choreographer, comedian, and dancer who career spans over seven decades. Discovered at the age of twelve by Savoy Ballroom’s legendary dancer, Twist Mouth George, she has been in Show Business ever since.

Honored with a 2003 National Heritage Foundation Fellowship from the National Endowments of the Arts for her role in creating and continuing to preserve “the acrobatic style swing dance, known as the Lindy Hop,” Norma. Miller (at 93 years of age) continues to be an inspiration.

Norma Miller’s energy continues to amaze.  She recently published her third book, “Swing Baby Swing”, and is currently working on her fourth book, “Me & John Biffar” along with writing several songs, including “The Big Apple”, her valentine to her hometown of New York, that she composed and wrote with Frank Owens.