Will Wingfield (21) is a Contemporary dancer from Nashville, TN. Wingfield started dancing at age 9 at DC Dance Factory in Nashville, and later moved to Los Angeles to train under Debbie Allen at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy.
What is your full name?
William B. Wingfield
Do you have a nickname?
Where do you currently live?
Nowhere. I’m into the Wild.
Where were you born?
What is your hometown?
How old are you?
What is your birth date?
Are you in school? If so, which one and how long? Did you graduate?
Not in school, but I did graduate High School.
Are you married?
Do you have any children?
How old were you when you started dancing?
Nine when I took my first class. Twelve when I got serious.
Do you have any formal dance training?
If you had to categorize your dance style, what would it be?
Movement. Whatever the body wills itself to do.
What other talents/hobbies do you have?
Martial Arts, Photography, Live Music, Poetry and Teaching.
Who is your favorite professional dancer?
Debbie Allen, Don Bellamy, Michael Jackson, Desmond Richardson, Crystal Pite, Peter Chu, Cindy Welik, Teddy Forance, Nick Bass, Mo’ Borromeo.
Does anyone in your family dance professionally?
Nope, just me.
Have you performed in musical theater or in public functions as a dancer?
What would you like to see happen to you as a result of the show?
I would like to improve on the design and do something new.
Where would you like to be in 10 years and what would you like to be doing?
In 10 years I will be a part of evolution of the ARTS.
What has been your most memorable dance experience?
Honestly, being able to see myself on the 1st episode. It made me feel like I finally reached of pivotal point, a place I’ve worked so hard for. It made me feel genuinely excited. Like when you’re a kid.
What have you learned so far in going through the audition process for this show?
I’ve learned it tends to be more mental than physical. You have to remain focused. BREATHE!
What are your favorite dance moments from movies, TV and/or stage?
Dirty Dancing, entire last scene.
You Got Served
Which choreographers would you like to work with?
Every one of them.