The British-Dutch Julie Fryer mesmerises the world as a dancer and as a choreographer with her vibrant energy in all her work. And winning in an atmosphere of great harmony is her style. These qualities make her several times world champion in Latin American Dancing.
After having won the most important dance prices, Julie decides to stop competing but not to stop dancing. She dances in very well-received shows with several world class professional Ballroom and Latin dancers. With Louis Van Amstel she performs in many American theatres with their dynamical dance show ‘The Best of the Best’. They danced at the prestigious Japanese show ‘The World Superstars’. The finale was live on Dutch television.
Julie went on to coach and choreograph Ballroom and Latin American dancers. The transition from active dancer to professional teacher and coach went smoothly and easily for Julie. Her dance qualities immediately attract the finest competitive dancers to work with her. Producers of television dance programs in Holland (and abroad) selected her to dance with national celebrities. In the first Dutch television series of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ she becomes the winner together with national singing celebrity Jim Bakkum.
In later seasons she not only performs but also creates dance choreographies to support performances of artists like Enrique Iglesias. And thanks to her spontaneous personality and her vast knowledge of dance she also appeared on television as the chairperson of the judges. Today Julie still successfully active in the dance world choreographs the dancing in many television shows like ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ – The Next Generation.