|Full name||Judy Schwomeyer|
|Country represented||United States|
November 14, 1950 |
|Former coach||Ron Ludington|
|Skating club||WC of Indianapolis|
Judy Schwomeyer (married name Sladky; born November 14, 1950) is an American ice dancer and actress. As a figure skater, she competed with partner James Sladky. They were five time (1968–1972) U.S. national champions. They are the 1970 World silver medalists and the 1969 & 1971-1972 World bronze medalists.
Following their retirement from competitive skating, Schwomeyer & Sladky skated professionally. Schwomeyer also became an actress. She is the Muppeteer of Alice Snuffleupagus in Sesame Street and portrayed Snoopy in Jingle All the Way.
Dance competition record
|North American Championships||3rd||2nd||1st|
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