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Choreographer Mary Murphy is one of the judges on FOX's reality dance competition, "So You Think You Can Dance."

Mary Murphy is an in-demand film and television choreographer and the long list of stars she has coached includes: Julia Roberts, Mary Steenburgen, Donnie Walhberg and Dennis Quaid.

Mary Murphy's immediate future includes acting. Mary Murphy recently signed on for a featured role in the upcoming thriller "Dead of Night," directed by Jeff Fisher. Beyond her work in Hollywood, Mary
Mary Murphy in "So You Think You Can Dance 2013"
Mary Murphy So You Think You Can Dance 2013
Murphy continues to be one of the hardest-working women in dance.Mary Murphy serves as a judge at major dance competitions across the U.S. and is a world-class technical dance instructor.

Mary Murphy founded Champion Ballroom Academy in San Diego, where she and her team continue to train award-winning dancers. Mary Murphy also co-organizes two international dance competitions: the San Diego Dancesport Championships and the Holiday Dance Classic in Las Vegas. As a competitive ballroom dancer, Mary Murphy has won many awards, including the prestigious United States Ballroom Championships and the Austrian National Standard and Ten Dance Championships. In 2007, Mary Murphy received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Heritage Dance Classic.

Beyond the dance floor, Mary Murphy is working to make dancing accessible to underprivileged children. "The Mary Murphy Chance To Dance" program has already had a huge impact on hundreds of children in the San Diego area.



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Height: 5' 9"
Nickname: Queen of Scream
Full Name / Real Name: Mary Ann Murphy
Birthplace: Lancaster, OH





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deb says:
Really miss you and your personality on So you think you can dance this year 2010. Mia is just to harsh even though she gave a public apology. You just have such an upbeat attitude and hope you come back for the next one. deb
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