(Clarence Bradley; born 25 July 1905 in Epps, Alabama, died 17 July 1972 in New York City), American dance teacher, coach, and choreographer for stage, screen, cabaret, and television. Most of Bradley's professional career was spent in England and Europe, and little is recorded of his American work. This problem is shared by other African-American choreographers of his generation, such as Leonard Harper, Clarence Robinson, and Addison Carey. In addition, the date and place of his birth are uncertain, as is the date of his stage debut.
From The International Encyclopedia of Dance in Oxford Reference.