Julianne Hough is an American actress, dancer, and singer. She first rose to prominence as a contestant on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. She later won two seasons on the show. Although she may not be a well-known name to most of her fans, she has achieved a lot for herself. Let’s take a closer look at this talented woman. We’ll explore some of her most notable achievements below.
Born in 1988, Julianne Hough studied dance in London before moving to Los Angeles. Her parents divorced when she was ten and she and her brother Derek studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. She eventually starred in a British TV show and competed in several dance competitions. She returned to the U.S. at the age of fifteen and attended the Las Vegas Academy of Arts. She also went to Alta High School and was a competitive dancer.
Julianne Hough has fifteen nieces and nephews. She is also the niece of John Hough, Tina Hough, Mara Beth Hough, and Ariana Phillips. She attended the Italia Conti Academy and was a head girl there. Her parents also had nine stepchildren from their second marriage. She is engaged to Brooks Laich, a center for the Washington Capitals. In 2015, Julianne Hough bought a home in North Idaho valued at eight million dollars.
After her debut album in 2008, Julianne Hough went on to make a name for herself as an actress and dancer. She subsequently entered the film industry and starred in the comedy series “Two Broke Girls.” She also appeared in the film “Hannah Montana,” and won an Emmy for best choreography in 2015. Her impressive career has made her a household name, and she’s not showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon.
In 2007, ABC’s 20/20 program described her as “one of the best dancers in the world.” Since then, her meteoric rise has continued. She was featured in the music video “Wind It Up” by Gwen Stefani. She has continued her career in L.A.’s performance scene. So, what’s next for Julianne Hough? The possibilities are endless. She’s not far from becoming a household name.
While still pursuing a career as a dancer, Julianne Hough began her career on ABC’s “Show Me the Money” in less than a month. She then joined the cast of “Dancing With the Stars” in the fourth season and was paired with two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner Apolo Anton Ohno. In season four, Julianne Hough toured with the troupe again, focusing on choreography. In seasons five and six, she partnered with Indy race winner Helio Castroneves. She later returned for seasons seven and eight, and was paired with comedian Adam Carolla, actor Cody Linley, and country singer Chuck Wicks.
After starring in Safe Heaven, Julianne Hough landed the role of Sandy in the live version of Grease. She also won a MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Musical Moment and an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography on DWTS. In 2015, Julianne started her own lifestyle website. She shares pictures and videos of herself enjoying life. It’s not hard to imagine her having a career in a world where everything is possible.