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George Sampson is a street dancer, TV presenter, singer, and actor from England.
His full name is George William Sampson. He's the official ambassador of the United Dance Organization.
He made his stage debut with the west-end hip-hop musical 'Into The Hoods' on August 4, 2008. He appeared in the show till it ended on August 30. 'Into The Hoods' was performed at the Novello Theater in London and featured music by Gorillaz, Massive Attack, Basement Jaxx, and others. He was cast as a lost boy.
Sampson assisted in the promotion of the new Nokia 5800 phone in London's Regent Street on January 23, 2009. He presented the first Nokia 5800 and choreographed a live dance routine to Technotronic's ‘Pump Up The Jam’. At Toy Fair 09, on January 29, he debuted the game 'Battle Strikers'. He also created a dish for the Mission Nutrition campaign of Blue Peter. He co-hosted a 'Street Dance Weekend' with the street crew Flava at the Alton Towers Resort on March 7 and 14 as part of their new family-themed weekends.
He also starred in the BBC 2006s drama series 'Waterloo Road' and played the role of Kyle Stack, who was a 17-year-old student. He starred in the 2011 comedy TV show 'Mount Pleasant' and played the role of Gary. In 'Street Dancer 2', he played the role of Eddie. From the fifth to the sixth of January, he played Peter Pan in the 'Pantomime Peter Pan', which was staged in Derby. In the 28th-season episode of the TV show 'Casualty', he had a minor role. He performed in the television documentary 'The Nation's Favorite Dance Moment'. In 2014, he continued his TV career by appearing in season two, episode five of CBBC's 'The Dumping Ground'.
The net worth of George Sampson can be estimated to be around $1.5 million based on his career as a street dancer, television presenter, singer, and actor.
It's unclear how much George Sampson makes in a year, but given his successful career, we may presume he makes a decent living.
There is no information available about the height of George Sampson.
George Sampson was born on June 28, 1993 and is 28 years old as of 2022. As he is a June-born, he has the zodiac sign of the Cancer.
George Sampson was born on June 29, 1993 in Warrington, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. There is no information available concerning his educational background.
George Sampson has a mother named Lesley Sampson. He has four siblings named Chelsea Sampson, Luke Sampson, Rosie Sampson, and Emily Sampson. There is not much information available about his parents or other members of family other than their names.
George is a private person who doesn't share much about his personal life, which is why it is uncertain who George Sampson has dated until now or who he has a romantic relationship with. It can be guessed that he is probably single.
George Sampson is best known for winning 'Britain's Got Talent' at a very young age. He gave an audition for 'Britain's Got Talent' by following the advice of his dance teacher, Dominic Chambers. Through his performance, he made it in front of the eyes of the famous English television personality Simon Cowell, and he ended up making a couple of dance videos with him as well as a show called 'Follow My Lead'. In 2008, Sampson auditioned for 'Britain's Got Talent' season two and made it through the first round by dancing to 'Rock This Party'.
He also appeared as Kyle Stack in the 2006 drama series 'Waterloo Road' in which he got the chance to work with co-stars Adam Thomas, Katie Griffiths, Chelsea Healey, and others.
George also appeared in a pantomime as Jack in Weston-super-Playhouse Mare's Theater's production of 'Jack And The Beanstalk'. In 2014, he continued his television career by appearing in season two, episode five of CBBC's 'The Dumping Ground'. In season four of 'Mount Pleasant', he reprised his role, however, he eventually quit the show.
The revenues from his debut double a-side single, 'Get Up On The Dance Floor/Headz Up', were donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital on November 24, 2008.
George Sampson won 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2007.
Sampson took first place in the under-16 category in the 2007 World Street Dance Championships held by the United Dance Organization.
He was one of 11 celebrities honored with an honorary scout badge to commemorate the Scouting Movement's 101st anniversary in the summer of 2008.
At the 2008 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, he was named the 'Favorite Winner', and he performed his signature dance 'Singin' In The Rain' at the award show.
He performed with his dance group Access 2 All Areas in the 2008 championships at the Blackpool Winter Gardens and won an award from UDO chairman Simon Dibley for his achievements in raising awareness of street dance.
Sampson joined Dance Aid, the UK registered charity, as a patron on June 26, 2009.
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