Jonny Williams Biography – Jonny Williams Wiki
Jonny Williams is a Ballroom, Latin, and New Vogue professional dancer from Kumeu, West Auckland. The former dance titleholder is also a dance teacher. He is the husband of Kristie Williams, a renowned Tap, Jazz, Ballroom, Latin, and New Vogue professional dancer. Jonny is well known for his appearances as a professional dancer in New Zealand’s version of Dancing with the Stars.
Jonny started dancing at an early age and he is a remarkable dancer. He is experienced in Ballroom, Latin, and New Vogue. During his competitive dancing career, he was partnering with Kristie Williams (now his wife). Some of their professional career highlights include recording a sixth-place finish at the Asian Pacific World Cup and finishing second at the World for New Vogue. They also represented their country in international dance competitions and events in Australia, Japan, China, and the United States. The couple has been New Zealand’s Professional National Titleholders for Ballroom, Latin, and New Vogue throughout their time as professional dancers. They retired from their competitive careers in 2016.
Jonny Williams Dancer Age
He is in his late 30s. His wife Kristie is 34 years old.
Jonny Williams Wife
Is Jonny Williams married? He is married to his longtime dance partner and wife Kristie Williams. They danced together and enjoyed a successful tenure during their professional competitive dancing career. They currently teach dance and serve as pro dancers on Dancing with the Stars (New Zealand). The couple has two children together, a daughter named Ayvah and a son named Ayden, born in August 2017. The family lives in Kumeu in rural West Auckland.
Jonny Williams Dancing with the Stars
Jonny is a contestant in the 9th season of New Zealand’s reality dancing competition show, Dancing with the Stars 2022. He will be paired with Eli Matthewson, an award-winning comedian, writer, actor, and presenter from Auckland, New Zealand. Jonny Williams and Eli Matthewson are the first same-sex couple to appear as dance partners in the history of Dancing with the Stars (New Zealand).
The show was set to air in 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand, the show was indefinitely postponed. On March 11, 2022, Three New Zealand announced that the show will return later this year adding that Clinton Randell will join Sharyn Casey as the co-host for the 9th season. “After a false start in 2020… and 2021… @dwtsnz will be coming to you this Autumn on Three!. We’re also so excited to announce that Clint Randell will join Sharyn Casey as co-hosts for the new season.”