Bruno Tonioli born November 25, 1955 is a choreographer, ballroom and Latin dancer, and television personality from Italy. He has judged the British television dance competition Strictly Come Dancing as well as its American adaptation Dancing with the Stars on ABC TV in the United States. Tonioli co-created and appeared on the BBC talent show DanceX, as well as its American counterpart, Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann.
Tonioli competed in, but did not win, the United Kingdom’s competition to select an entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in 1980 as part of the group Duke and the Aces. Tonioli has worked as a choreographer in the music industry for artists such as Tina Turner, Sting, Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Freddie Mercury, Sinitta, Boy George, Dead or Alive, Bananarama, and Duran Duran. He appeared in Elton John’s video for “I’m Still Standing” (1983).
Bruno Tonioli Net Worth
Bruno Tonioli is a $9 million net worth Italian dancer, choreographer, television personality, and author. Tonioli, a former professional dancer and well-known choreographer, has created shows for Tina Turner, Duran Duran, and the Rolling Stones, among others. He has been a judge on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” since 2005, and he has also been a judge on the British dance show “Strictly Come Dancing” from 2004 to 2020.