Louie Spence is a dancer, choreographer and television personality, known in particular for the hit TV docu-soap Pineapple Dance Studios (Sky1), which has been sold around the world and has featured on the US network Ovation since 2014. The success of the series led to the follow-up show Louie Spence's Showbusiness, also aired in the UK on Sky1
A professional dancer in his youth, Louie performed in West End musicals including Cats, Miss Saigon and Closer To Heaven, and has danced on stage backing the likes of Tina Turner, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Björk, Take That, Boyzone and The Spice Girls.
From 2004 to 2006, Louie was a judge and mentor on Trouble TV's Bump'n'Grind. Shortly after this, he became a judge on the television series Cirque de Celebrité (Sky1) and the American version Celebrity Circus (NBC). In 2009, he became artistic director of the Covent Garden dance studio, Pineapple, which led to the docu-soap Pineapple Dance Studios, which was a UK hit show in 2010.
In addition, Louie has lent his judging skills to Let's Dance For Comic Relief, and has plied humorous banter on the panels of 8 Out Of 10 Cats, A League Of Their Own, The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year, Celebrity Juice, Shooting Stars and a number of other popular comedy quiz shows.
Louie has also guested on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, Top Gear, Loose Women, Britain's Got More Talent, Benidorm, Celebrity Wedding Planner, Mel And Sue, Who's Doing The Dishes? and Hottest Couple. He has also enjoyed regular spots on Harry Hill's TV Burp and made guest contributions on ITV's This Morning and Daybreak.
In the summer of 2013, Louie entered the Celebrity Big Brother house to participate in the twelfth series. He survived three evictions, eventually being evicted just two days before the final.
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