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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 27 July 1984Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Height 5' 10½" (1.79 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kenny Wormald grew up in Stoughton, Massachusetts, and began taking dancing lessons at the age of six. He won a string of dance contests throughout the Northeast in his teens and took to dancing professionally. He worked as a dancer and choreographer, appearing in a number of music videos and touring with Justin Timberlake. He made his television debut in an episode of The Drew Carey Show (1995) in 2002, but he rose to worldwide fame in 2010 when Paramount announced that he was to star in the remake of Footloose (2011).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (5)

Attended and graduated from Stoughton High School in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
Started taking dance lessons at the Sherry Gold Studio after watching a New Kids on the Block music video.
Wormald began dancing at age 6, after his mother saw him dancing to a New Kids on the Block music video and won numerous competitions. At age 11, he won the Master Dance of New England, Junior Mr. Dance of New England at age 13, Teen Dancer of Boston at age 14, and Teen Mr. Dance of New England at age 15.
He was in a relationship with Ashley Roberts of the Pussycat Dolls for three years.
His ancestry includes English, Finnish, German, Irish, Italian, Lithuanian and Swedish.

Personal Quotes (4)

When I was performing on tour with Justin Timberlake, we did a show in Boston, Massachusetts at the TD Banknorth Garden. I'm from Boston, and just a few years prior to the performance, I'd been back home in my living room trying to learn JT's choreography. To return to my hometown performing with my favorite artist in the world was amazing. It taught me that anything is possible!
Don't let anyone derail your dreams.
I'm telling you from experience, it gets better and If you stick to what you love, your going to be laughing later.
Kids used to make fun of me at school. And looking back at it now, it's because they were afraid of different. And I was different.

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