Annabelle Gamson (born 6 August 1928) is an American dancer and choreographer. Although she has worked in ballet, Gamson is particularly known for her work within modern dance. As a dancer, she drew particular acclaim for her interpretations of the works of Isadora Duncan, Mary Wigman, and Eleanor King.
Gamson was born as Annabelle Gold in The Bronx to Russian Jewish immigrants Solomon and Rose Gold. She studied dance with Julia Levien, a pupil of Anna Duncan, from ages five to twelve. She then attended the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts and the Professional Children's School. She also studied under May O'Donnell, Helene Platova, and at the Katherine Dunham School. By sixteen, she was already making a living as a dancer.
In 1949, she made her Broadway debut in Richard Lewine's musical revue Make Mine Manhattan at the Broadhurst Theatre. She returned to Broadway the following year to appear in Morton Gould's Arms and the Girl