Actor Jacques D'Amboise appeared on the big screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. D'Amboise began his acting career in film, appearing in such titles as the Howard Keel adaptation "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers" (1954), the adaptation "Carousel" (1956) with Gordon MacRae and the biopic "The Best Things in Life Are Free" (1956) with Gordon MacRae. He had an early role on the television special "Of Thee We Sing" (PBS, 1986-87). He next focused his entertainment career on film, appearing in "Off Beat" (1986) with Judge Reinhold and "Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse" (1996) with Suzanne Farrell. He also contributed to a variety of television specials, including "The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts" (CBS, 1987-88) and "From the Heart... The First International Very Special Arts Festival" (NBC, 1989-1990). He also appeared in the Yuka Takara documentary "Every Little Step" (2009). Additionally, he could be seen on a variety of television specials like "I'll Make Me a World: A Century of African-American Arts" (PBS, 1998-99). Most recently, D'Amboise appeared on "Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq" (2014).