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Poupee's Biography

Poupee (pronounced Poo-pay) Boccaccio, has had a varied background.  She is a multi-talented show business performer noted for her ability as an actress-singer-dancer.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in romance languages and a California teaching credential, as well as a BFA from Otis-Parson School of Design.  She has appeared with some of he country's top performers in motion pictures, television, nightclubs and on the stage.

Her numerous television appearances include  a co-starring role in "Columbo" with Peter Falk, directed by Ben Gazarra and a quest-starring role with James Garner in "Nichols."  She has also acted with such stars as George Peppard, Tony Franciosa, Ricardo Montalban, Milton Berle, Don Adams and Bill Crosby.  She also sang and appeared on two Johnny Carson Shows and the Joey Bishop Show.

Poupee appeared in the films, "The Last Movie" with Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda, "Pocket Money" with Lee Marvin and Paul Newman and "The Venetian Affair" with Robert Vaughn.

On stage, Poupee starred in "Man of La Mancha", and most recently she hosted and sang on a documentary about Las Vegas for the Discovery T V Channel.

A noted night club entertainer, she was the star of the Follies Bergere at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas and performed in some of the country's leading night clubs - including the Bonaventure in Montreal, Canada.  She has also appeared in clubs in Thailand, Japan, Canada and Mexico.

As a visual artist, her work has been reviewed in Art in America, Art Week, The Los Angeles Times and San Diego-Union Tribune, to name a few.  Her work is in permanent collections of major museums and important private collectors.

 

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