(1904 - 1983) age 79
Americans hear less of Dolin because he spent most of his time in England, however, he inspired American dancers on his USA tours. He could hang a jump in the air (meaning to hover).
Anton Dolin was born in Sussex England as Sydney Francis Patrick Chippendall Healey-Kay, but was generally known as Patrick Kay. Dolin was first English dancer to be accepted into Diaghilev's Co.
He joined in 1921. He was same age as Balanchine
who joined Diaghilev Co. 1924. Alicia Markova
joined Diaghilev Co in 1924 but was too young to perform.
In 1930, Dolin came to USA with International Review. In 1935, Anton Dolin & Alicia Markova start Markova-Dolin Co. & toured England. In 1938, Dolin became Premier Danseur for Covent Gardens Russian Ballet and appeared in Australia Tour- July 1939. He then joined Ballet Theatre New York & moved to New York in 1940. Ballet Theatre brought Anton Dolin to Portland OR during the 1943-44 & 1945-1946 tours. He returned to Great Britain and re-established the Markova-Dolin Co. in 1949. Anton Dolin started Festival Ballet of London and remained with the company until 1961. Dolin remained active in dance throughout his life. He died, 1983, in Paris.