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Mark Ballas
Mark Ballas 22
Dancer Profile
Birth Date May 24, 1986 (1986-05-24) (age 31)
Hometown Houston, Texas

Partner(s) 5: Sabrina Bryan (7th)
6: Kristi Yamaguchi (1st)
7: Kim Kardashian (11th)
8: Shawn Johnson (1st)
9: Melissa Joan Hart (9th)
10: Shannen Doherty (11th)
11: Bristol Palin (3rd)
12: Chelsea Kane (3rd)
13: Kristin Cavallari (10th)
14: Katherine Jenkins (2nd)
All-Stars: Bristol Palin (9th)
16: Alexandra Raisman (4th)
17: Christina Milian (9th)
18: Candace Cameron-Bure (3rd)
19: Sadie Robertson (2nd)
20: Willow Shields (7th)
21: Alexa PenaVega (6th)
22: Paige VanZant (2nd)

Mark Alexander Ballas Jr. is a professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars.

BiographyEdit

Retrieved from abc.com
Mark is an Emmy®-nominated choreographer, actor and musician. As part of the professional cast of Dancing with the Stars for the past 14 seasons, Mark has proven to not only be a fan favorite, but is also no stranger to the coveted Mirrorball trophy. He is a two-time champion and a seven-time finalist—winning season six with Kristi Yamaguchi and season eight with Shawn Johnson.

Born in Houston, Texas, Mark moved to London with his family as a child and joined the Italia Conti Academy of Dramatic Arts Associate School where his training in acting, singing, dancing and music began.

When not dancing, Mark focuses on his other passion—music. Mark is an accomplished guitarist specializing in Flamenco, Funk, Blues and Rock. In May 2014, Mark released his debut single “Get My Name” produced by Wizz Dumb, which Ballas co-wrote with writer Jo’zzy. “Get My Name” broke Top 40 in release week on the iTunes pop chart landing #24 and the music video debuted #1 on multiple MTV platforms. On August 3, 2014, Mark released his second single, “Miss Incredible,” again produced by Wizz Dumb and written by Ballas and Jo’zzy. The breath taking cinematic-style “Miss Incredible” video features Miss Incredibles from all walks of life and is set for release August 25, 2014. Mark’s first full production solo EP, Kicking Clouds, will drop early Fall 2014. Both “Get My Name” and “Miss Incredible” are available on iTunes now.

Dancing with the Stars 5Edit

Mark was partnered with Sabrina Bryan. Placed 7th.

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Dancing with the Stars 6Edit

Mark was partnered with Kristi Yamaguchi. Placed 1st.

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Dancing with the Stars 7Edit

Mark was partnered with Kim Kardashian. Placed 11th.

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Dancing with the Stars 8Edit

Mark was partnered with Shawn Johnson. Placed 1st.

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Dancing with the Stars 9Edit

Mark was partnered with Melissa Joan Hart. Placed 9th.

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Dancing with the Stars 10Edit

Mark was partnered with Shannen Doherty. Placed 11th.

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Dancing with the Stars 11Edit

Mark was partnered with Bristol Palin. Placed 3rd.

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Dancing with the Stars 12Edit

Mark was partnered with Chelsea Kane. Placed 3rd.

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Dancing with the Stars 13Edit

Mark was partnered with Kristin Cavallari. Placed 10th.

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Dancing with the Stars 14Edit

Mark was partnered with Katherine Jenkins. Placed 2nd.

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Dancing with the Stars 15Edit

Mark was partnered with Bristol Palin. Placed 9th.

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Dancing with the Stars 16Edit

Mark was partnered with Alexandra Raisman. Placed 4th.

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Dancing with the Stars 17Edit

Mark was partnered with Christina Milian. Placed 9th.

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Dancing with the Stars 18Edit

Mark was partnered with Candace Cameron Bure. Placed 3rd.

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Dancing with the Stars 19Edit

Mark was partnered with Sadie Robertson. Placed 2nd.

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Dancing with the Stars 20Edit

Mark was partnered with Willow Shields. Placed 7th.

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Dancing with the Stars 21Edit

Mark was partnered with Alexa PenaVega. Placed 6th.

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Dancing with the Stars 22Edit

Mark was partnered with Paige VanZant. Placed 2nd.

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