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Young at Masters of Lindy Hop and Tap, Century Ballroom, Seattle, Washington, 14 August 2009
November 8, 1932
Early life and education
Young would practice dancing in the hallways during the lunch hour at school, while waiting for the train, and on the marble stoops.
In 1956, he graduated from the New York School for the Performing Arts.
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