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William Trevitt from "A Chance to Dance" hosts of the Ovation reality dance competition series along with Michael Nunn.

Born in Cambridge, England, in 1969, William Trevitt ("A Chance to Dance") started dancing at the age of six and joined the Royal Ballet at 18. Promoted to the role of principal in 1994, he and fellow dancer Nunn later quit to found their own groundbreaking modern dance troupe, Ballet Boyz. The pair directed the documentary-style video diaries, "Ballet Boyz" (1999) and "Ballet
William Trevitt of "A Chance to Dance"
William Trevitt A Chance to Dance
Boyz II: The Next Step" (2001). They were two straight men who danced together and became a dance phenomenon. They are now looking for the next generation of dancers for their ballet company in their new series, "A Chance to Dance."

Trevitt lives in Kingston, Surrey, with his wife Rebecca and three sons.

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Where does William Trevitt live? Find out here.

Birthplace: Cambridge, England, UK
Current Residence: Kingston, Surrey, UK
Wife: Rebecca Trevitt

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