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He has also worked as a choreographer and was invited to dance on tours by Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera. He won numerous dancing competition including the Master Dance of New England, and two years later he won the title of Junior Mr. Additionally, when he turned 15 he took first place in Teen Mr. Deepest apologies for not giving you the heads up on her beforehand.
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In April 2008 Wormald was confirmed to make his Acting debut in the Oxygen cable network Made-For-Television film Center Stage: Turn It Up as the male lead.
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"We stayed really true to the original," he told Us.
"Not with the choreography, but with the actual plot. To have the opportunity to actually act in a dance movie that has a really strong plot was really great.
He started dancing since he was six and by the age of 11, he won the Master Dance of New England, at 13 he became Junior Mr.
Dance of New England, Teen Dancer of Boston at 14, and at 15 he was the winner of Teen Mr. In 2002 he made his TV debut as a dancer in an episode of The Drew Carey Show.