Award-winning choreographer Michael Kidd has died at his home in Los Angeles.

A family member says Kidd was 92-years-old, and died of cancer Sunday night.

The choreographer was best known for producing exuberant dance numbers for Broadway shows such as Guys and Dolls and Can-Can.  He also worked on movies, including the 1954 film, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

During his long career, Kidd won five Tony Awards for his theater work.  He also earned a special Academy Award in 1997 in recognition of his choreography for movies.

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