Adopted name of Sydney Healey-Kay (1904-1983)
English dancer and choreographer. He was the first British male dancer to win an international reputation. As a dancer, his reputation rested on his commanding presence, theatricality, and gymnastic ability. His most famous partnership was with Alicia Markova. After studying under Nijinsky, he was a leading member of Diaghilev's company 1924–29. He formed the Markova–Dolin Ballet Company with Markova 1935–38, and was a guest soloist with the American Ballet Theatre 1940–46.
He created roles in Nijinska’s Le Train bleu 1924 and Balanchine’s The Prodigal Son 1929 while with the Ballets Russes; and Satan in de Valois’ Job 1931.