Steve Clark, American tap dancer, Died at 93


Steve Clark was born in 1984 and died on in February 2017.

He was an American tap dancer.

He was a part of a group, the was known as the gospel-singing Clark Family grew up in poverty in Philadelphia.

Steve was the youngest of the brothers, Jimmy

He was a seasoned soloist, singing, and dancing.

They first performance was at the Cotton Club in Harlem – when they were 15 and 17.

Once Frank Sinatra told them to move to Britain after the war, which probably saved their careers.

Both Brothers gave their first British performance for King George VI and became favourites in working men’s clubs.

Together, they wrote hits for Max Bygraves and appeared at the London Palladium; and they opened a “University of Showbusiness” in London, where Cliff Richard and Bonnie Langford were among their pupils.

On brother Jimmy died on 30 October 2009 at the age of 87.

Steve Clark and his brother lived together in Dunstable.

Steve Clark passed away at 93 years old.