Paul Killick is a British professional ballroom dancer and an International Latin American Dance Champion.
16 Facts About Paul Killick
Paul Killick appeared in the first two series of the television show Strictly Come Dancing.
Paul Killick is a choreographer, coach, television personality, dance judge, and the owner and director of the Arthur Murray International studio in Beverly Hills.
Paul Killick represented Great Britain in competitive Ballroom and Latin American Dancesport in the Juvenile, Junior, Youth and Amateur divisions.
Paul Killick won the title of World Amateur Latin Champion 1993, dancing with Inga Haas.
In October 1998, Paul Killick began dancing with Karina Smirnoff, and again participated in several competitions.
Paul Killick received the Ballroom Dancers' Federation "Most Outstanding Contribution to Dance" honour in both 1994 and 2004.
Paul Killick has won The World Cup, World Trophy, World Masters, World Series, Universal and British Professional Latin American DanceSport Championships on six occasions.
Paul Killick represented Great Britain throughout his career, and has won European, British, United States, Canadian, German, French, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Austrian, Italian, Dutch, Czechoslovakian, Hungarian, Polish, Scandinavian, Russian and South African Latin American DanceSport Championships before he retired from competitive Latin dancing in 2004.
Paul Killick has danced for the Royal Families of Monaco, Japan, Denmark, and the Prime Ministers of Germany, Finland, and Russia.
Paul Killick continues to serve as an adjudicator for several National and International Ballroom and Latin DanceSport competitions.
Paul Killick has organised multiple competitive DanceSport events, including The Killick Klassik DanceSport Event in Palm Beach, Florida, The Killick Royale Cup in Beverly Hills, California, The World Pro-Am Stars and The World Challenge DanceSport Championships in Hong Kong.
In Paul Killick was appointed as the Director and owner of the Arthur Murray International flagship studio in Beverly Hills.
Paul Killick is a member of the World Dance Council, the National Dance Council of America and the British Dance Council.
Paul Killick partnered with International Dance Shoes to produce The Killick Klassiks.
Paul Killick has been involved with Childline, Cancer Research UK and Variety Club.