List of Dancing on Ice professional skaters

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Professional skaters from the British television show Dancing on Ice are figure skaters who appear with celebrities in front of a panel of judges. Most of the professionals on the series are former ice dancers or pair skaters.

Competitive appearances[edit]

Green if the skater competed at given international event, with highest placement in brackets, or won their senior national title. All information relates to senior-level events, except the World Junior Championships, which is included due to its status as an ISU Championship. The European Championships is for skaters from Europe, while the Four Continents Championships is for skaters from other continents.

Those not included in the table below have no senior national medals to their name and did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events.

Individual Olympics Worlds Euros/4CC Grand Prix Junior Worlds Senior
national champion
Viktoria Borzenkova[1] Yes (15th) Yes (7th) Yes (4th)
Brooke Castile[2] Yes (11th) Yes (3rd) Yes (6th) Yes
Matt Evers[3] Yes (7th)
Maria Filippov Yes (25th)
Hamish Gaman Yes (9th) Yes (14th) Yes
Isabelle Gauthier Yes (15th)
Mark Hanretty[4] Yes (23rd) Yes (18th)
Jodeyne Higgins[5] Yes (10th) Yes (3rd)
Marika Humphreys[6] Yes (15th) Yes (14th) Yes (11th) Yes (6th) Yes
Sylvain Longchambon[7] Yes (11th)
Pamela O'Connor[8][9] Yes (19th) Yes (14th) Yes
Oscar Peter Yes (24th) Yes (20th) Yes
Sean Rice[5] Yes (10th) Yes (3rd)
Łukasz Różycki[10] Yes (16th)
Todd Sand[11] Yes (5th) Yes (2nd) Yes (1st) Yes
Olga Sharutenko[12] Yes (6th) Yes (1st)
Nina Ulanova[12] Yes (11th) Yes (1st)
Michael Zenezini Yes (5th)

Pavel Aubrecht[edit]

Pavel Aubrecht is a Czech skater. He has no senior national medals to his name and did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He appeared in series 2 with Ulrika Jonsson, series 3 with Samantha Mumba, series 4 with Jessica Taylor, and series 5 with Sharron Davies.

Vanessa Bauer[edit]

Vanessa Putri Bauer was born on 23 May 1996 in Berlin, Germany. She is a professional ice skater. Skating in partnership with Nolan Seegert, she became the German national junior pairs' champion at the 2013 German Figure Skating Championships.[13] The pair was not selected for the 2013 World Junior Championships. Bauer has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. Following the end of her competitive years, she went on to work for Willy Bietak Productions, Inc, and Royal Caribbean. Working on board Royal Caribbean's Harmony Of the Seas, she performed in their Iskate and 1887 shows. After working numerous contracts with Royal Caribbean, she moved to London in late 2017 and joined the ITV show Dancing on Ice as a professional skater. She was partnered with Jake Quickenden for her first season on the series. The two were named the winners, ahead of Brooke Vincent and Matej Silecky. In series 11 , Bauer's second series on the show, she was partnered with Love Island star Wes Nelson, ending up as runner-up to James Jordan and Alexandra Schauman. In series 12 , she was partnered with Diversity dancer, Perri Kiely, again ending up as runner-up, this time to Joe Swash and Alex Murphy. In series 13 she was paired with Emmerdale actor Joe-Warren Plant but they were forced to withdaw on 12 February due to them testing positive for COVID-19. In series 14, she was partnered with Brendan Cole, where she once again ended up and the runner-up, this time to Regan Gascoigne and Karina Manta.

Victoria Borzenkova[edit]

Viktoria Borzenkova (born 25 December 1981 in Saint Petersburg) is a Russian pair skater. With Andrei Chuvilaev, she finished as high as fourth at the senior Russian Championships and competed once at the World Championships, placing 15th in 2002.[1] She appeared in the third series, partnered with Tim Vincent.

Andy Buchanan[edit]

Andrew Buchanan did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He was paired with Anthea Turner in series 8, Zaraah Abrahams in series 9 and Rebekah Vardy in series 13.

Brooke Castile[edit]

Brooke Castile (born 31 May 1986 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American pair skater. With Benjamin Okolski, she is the 2007 U.S. senior national champion, 2008 Four Continents bronze medalist, and competed twice at the World Championships, placing as high as 11th.[2] She appeared in series 7, partnered with Corey Feldman.

Brianne Delcourt[edit]

Brianne Delcourt with Sam Attwater on the Dancing on Ice tour in 2011.

Brianne Delcourt (born 2 February 1981 in Ontario) is a Canadian pair skater. With partner CJ Pugh, she placed 8th in novice pairs at the 1997 Canadian Championships.[14] She has no senior national medals to her name and did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. Delcourt began skating in shows in September 2001, performing adagio routines with Nicholas Keagan and Gord Willemse.

She made her first appearance on Dancing on Ice in series 5, finishing third with Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson. Delcourt and EastEnders actor Sam Attwater were the winners of series 6.[15] In series 7, she was partnered with Sébastien Foucan, with whom she was eliminated in week 7. In series 8, she was paired with another EastEnders actor, Matt Lapinskas, and came second. Delcourt was paired with Gareth Gates for series 9. Delcourt returned to Dancing on Ice when the show returned for its tenth series in January 2018, where she partnered Good Morning Britain's weatherman, Alex Beresford. She was partnered with actor Mark Little for the 2019 series, they were eliminated in week 2. In series 12, she was partnered with footballer and now husband, Kevin Kilbane. On 19 July 2020, it was announced that Delcourt would not return for the 2021 series.

Alexander Demetriou[edit]

Alexander Demetriou was announced as a new professional skater for the 11th series in 2019, alongside wife Carlotta. Demetriou has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. Demetriou was partnered with former Pussycat Dolls member Melody Thornton for the 2019 series. They were eliminated in Week 8, placing 5th.[16] In series 12, he was partnered with Love Island finalist Maura Higgins but were eliminated in week 7, placing 6th. In August 2020, it was announced that Demetriou and Edwards would be dropped from the main professional skater lineup for the thirteenth series.

Carlotta Edwards[edit]

Carlotta Edwards from Canada was announced as a new professional skater for the 11th series in 2019, alongside husband Alexander Demetriou. She has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. She was partnered with actor Richard Blackwood for her first series on the show. They were eliminated in week 3.[17] In series 12, she was partnered with magician and presenter, Ben Hanlin but were eliminated during the semi-final, placing 4th. In August 2020, it was announced that Edwards and Demetriou would be dropped from the main professional skater lineup for the thirteenth series.

Angela Egan[edit]

Angela Egan is a Scottish ice dancer. She began appearing as a professional in series 13. She later won this series on 14 March 2021 with her celebrity partner, Sonny Jay. She is one of four professionals to win their first series.

Matt Evers[edit]

Matt Evers (born 16 March 1976 in Saint Paul, Minnesota) is an American pair skater. With Heather Allebach, he won the 1998 U.S. junior national title and competed at two senior Grand Prix events.[3] He has appeared in every series of Dancing on Ice: Series 1 with Bonnie Langford, series 2 with Lisa Scott-Lee, series 3 with Suzanne Shaw (winner), series 4 with Zöe Salmon, series 5 with Heather Mills, series 6 with Denise Welch, and series 7 with Jorgie Porter (runner up). In series 8, he and partner Pamela Anderson were the first eliminated. He was paired with Suzanne Shaw for series 9. He returned to Dancing on Ice for its tenth series where he was paired with the Great British Bake Off winner, Candice Brown. They were eliminated first. In series 11, he was partnered with The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins. They were the fifth couple to be eliminated in Week 6. In series 12, he became part of the first same-sex couple in Dancing on Ice history when he paired up with Steps singer Ian "H" Watkins. In series 13, he was partnered with Denise van Outen however they withdrew from the competition due to injury. However in week 6 of the competition, Evers returned a replacement partner for Faye Brookes after her original partner Hamish Gaman withdrew due to injury.

Maria Filippov[edit]

Maria Filippov (born 20 June 1973 as Maria Hadjiiska) Bulgarian ice dancer. With Hristo Nikolov, she competed once at the World Championships in 1991 but did not reach the free dance. She has appeared seven times on Dancing on Ice: Series 2 with Duncan James, series 3 with Gareth Gates with whom she reached the semi final, series 4 with Ray Quinn (winner), series 5 with Gary Lucy, series 6 with Craig McLachlan (eliminated first), series 7 with Andy Akinwolere, series 8 with Shayne Ward (eliminated 5th), and in series 9 with Ray Quinn, with whom she won again.

Hamish Gaman[edit]

Hamish Gaman (born 20 April 1983) is an English pair skater. With partner Caitlin Yankowskas, he is the 2015 Challenge Cup silver medalist and 2015 British national champion. They were included in the British team to the 2015 European Championships, where they finished 9th. Gaman was announced as a new professional skater for the revived series in 2018. He partnered athlete Perri Shakes-Drayton in 2018, finishing in 10th place. For the 2019 series, he was paired with singer Saara Aalto, finishing in third place. In series 12, he was paired with model and actress, Caprice, however they parted ways in Week 3, and Caprice was re-partnered with Oscar Peter from Week 4 onwards. In series 13, he was paired with Coronation Street actress, Faye Brookes, however Gaman was forced to withdraw from the competition in week 6, and Brookes was re-partnered with Matt Evers.

Isabelle Gauthier[edit]

Isabelle Gauthier (born 2 April 1980) is a Canadian pair skater who competed once at Junior Worlds, placing 15th in 1996 and retired from competition after finishing 9th on the junior level at the 2000 Canadian Championships. She appeared in series 6 with Jeff Brazier.

Matthew Gonzalez[edit]

Matthew Gonzalez (born 1 October 1986 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American roller skater who later took up pair skating. He has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He appeared in series 5 with Eastenders actress Danniella Westbrook and series 7 with Dallas actress Charlene Tilton.

Mark Hanretty[edit]

Mark Hanretty (born 21 March 1985 in Glasgow) is a Scottish ice dancer. With Christina Chitwood, he is a two-time senior bronze medalist at the British Championships and competed at the 2010 World Championships, where they placed 23rd.[4] He appeared in series 6 with Nadia Sawalha and series 7 with Rosemary Conley. He was paired with Oona King in series 8. Hanretty returned to the show in its 10th series with actress and television presenter Donna Air, they were eliminated in week 7. For the 2019 series, he was paired with Saira Khan. In series 12, he was partnered with paralympic sprinter, Libby Clegg. For series 13 he was paired with Reality TV star Billie Shepherd but they withdrew from the competition on 6 February when Billie missed out on two weeks of the competition, one due to a family bereavement and another to Billie suffering a head injury in rehearsals.

Brendyn Hatfield[edit]

Brendyn Hatfield (born 4 January 1986) is an American skater. Prior to Dancing on Ice, he was in Disney on Ice and Holiday on Ice. He is married to fellow professional Jess Hatfield. He was partnered with Lucrezia Millarini for the series 12 and they were the second couple to be eliminated. In series 13, he was paired with rapper Lady Leshurr.

Jess Hatfield[edit]

Jessica Hatfield is an American skater. Prior to Dancing on Ice, she was in Disney on Ice and Holiday on Ice. She is married to fellow professional Brendyn Hatfield. For series 12, she was paired with Radzi Chinyanganya.

Jodeyne Higgins[edit]

Jodeyne Higgins (born 26 September 1974) is a Canadian pair skater. With husband Sean Rice, she is a two-time Canadian senior bronze medalist and placed as high as 10th at the World Championships in 1993. They also won four national titles in four skating. She appeared in series 6 with Johnson Beharry and series 7 with Chico Slimani.

Florentine Houdinière[edit]

Florentine Houdinière is a French former single skater who placed 13th (last) at the 1992 Grand Prix International de Paris. She appeared in series 4 with Donal MacIntyre (runner-up).

Marika Humphreys[edit]

Marika Humphreys-Baranova (born 3 January 1977 in Chester) is a British ice dancer who is a five-time British senior national champion with three partners. With husband Vitali Baranov, she also competed at the Olympics, placing 15th in 2002, and twice at the World Championships, placing 14th in 2002.[6] She appeared in series 1 with Sean Wilson.

Ale Izquierdo[edit]

Ale Izquierdo is a Mexican skater. She did not compete in any ISU Championships or Grand Prix events. She was announced as a new professional skater for the revived series in 2018 and was paired with Max Evans.

Joe Johnson[edit]

Joseph Johnson (born 5 May 1994) is an American ice dancer. He began appearing as a professional in series 13.[18] He was paired with former Olympic artistic gymnast Amy Tinkler after Denise Van Outen withdrew due to her shoulder injury. They made their debut in the competition in week 3 but were eliminated in week 5.

Robin Johnstone[edit]

Robin Johnstone did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She was paired with Gareth Thomas in series 8, but she withdrew in week 9 due to Gareths sickness and Joe Pasquale in series 9. Robin returned for the 2021 series, and was partnered with Rufus Hound but withdrew on 3 February after Rufus came in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. They were replaced by Matt Richardson who made his debut in the competition in week 4 but left the same week.


Klabera Komini[edit]

Klabera Komini (born 28 November 1993) is an American ice dancer. She began appearing as a professional in series 13.[18] She was paired with former Olympic hurdler, Colin Jackson and placed 3rd.

Melanie Lambert[edit]

Melanie Lambert and Fred Palascak on the Dancing on Ice tour in 2010.

Melanie Lambert (born 30 June 1974 in Boston) is an American pair skater. She and Fred Palascak began skating together in 1994 and married in 2003.[19] They placed 9th on the senior level at the 1996 U.S. national championships. They did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She was partnered in series 2 with the eventual winner, Kyran Bracken. In series 3, she appeared with Michael Underwood who withdrew after breaking his ankle in week 3 training. They reformed their partnership in series 4 and were voted off in week 4. In series 5, Lambert skated with Boyzone star Mikey Graham, who was voted off in week 9.

(with Palascak)

National
Event 1995 1996 1997
U.S. Championships 4th J. 9th 11th
Eastern Sectionals 1st J. 1st 2nd
U.S. Olympic Festival 4th
J. = Junior level

Melody Le Moal[edit]

Melody Le Moal from France was announced as a new professional skater for the revived series in 2018. She has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. She was partnered with singer Lemar.

Kristina Lenko[edit]

Kristina Lenko in 2009

Kristina Lenko (born 4 October 1980 in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian ice dancer. After competing on the junior level with Mitchell Park, she teamed up with Danny Moir to compete as a senior. They placed 8th at the 2003 Canadian national championships and 7th at the 2002 Golden Spin of Zagreb.[20] She has no senior national medals to her name and did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She appeared in series 1 with The Bill actor Stefan Booth, finishing as runners-up to Gaynor Faye and Daniel Whiston. Lenko also appeared in series 2 with Boyzone singer Stephen Gately, series 3 with tennis player Greg Rusedski, and series 4 with former Chelsea F.C. Graeme Le Saux. She skated with Matt Evers on the Dancing on Ice tour. In 2009, Lenko partnered with former hockey player Bob Probert on the Canadian show Battle of the Blades. She is the sister of Joanna Lenko.

Andrei Lipanov[edit]

Andrei Lipanov (Russian: Андрей Липанов; (born 12 April 1976 in Saint Petersburg, Russia) is a Russian skater. He has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. In 1998, he married Susie Lipanova, with whom he has a son, Sasha.[21][22] In 2006, Lipanov and his partner, Belgian actress, model and presenter Kelly Pfaff, finished in third place in the Belgian/Dutch version of Dancing on Ice.[23]

Lipanov joined the UK version for its second series, in 2007. He partnered actress Clare Buckfield,[24] and achieved the joint top score of 29.5 (out of 30) twice in the finals. They were voted second by the British public, beaten by rugby player Kyran Bracken. In the third series, Lipanov was partnered with sports presenter Natalie Pinkham. They were voted off in week two of the competition, after being defeated by three votes to two in the skate-off against TV presenter Tim Vincent and his professional partner Victoria Borzenkova.[citation needed] In the fourth series, he and his partner, actress Gemma Bissix, were eliminated in week two. In series 5, he was partnered with So Macho pop singer Sinitta; they were eliminated in week one after losing the skate-off to Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies.

He didn't return in series 6 but he return in series 7 to skated with Heidi Range after Range's partner Sylvain Longchambon ruptured a bicep while lowering her from a lift. In series 9, he return to paired with Bonnie Langford, replaced her injured partner Mark Hanretty.

Susie Lipanova[edit]

Susie Lipanova (born Susan Humble[21] on 6 June 1974) is a British skater from South Shields, South Tyneside, England.[22] She was second in the British Junior Championships in 1990 and two years later finished fifth in the senior version. She did not compete in any ISU Championships. Lipanova is married to Andrei Lipanov with whom she has a son, Sasha.[21] She appeared in series 3 with Olympic champion javelin thrower Steve Backley. They were the sixth to be eliminated after a skate-off against actress Zaraah Abrahams and Fred Palascak.[25] In series 4, Lipanova partnered former EastEnders actor, Todd Carty.[26] They were eliminated in week 5 after a skate-off with Ellery Hanley and Frankie Poultney. In series 5, Lipanova and her partner, actor Jeremy Sheffield, were eliminated at the end of the third round.

Sylvain Longchambon[edit]

Sylvain Longchambon is a French ice dancer. With Caroline Truong, he won bronze at the 2002 French Championships and competed for two years on the senior international level.[7] He appeared in series 6 with Jennifer Metcalfe. He was due to appear in series 7 with Heidi Range, but due to injury had to pull out. He was paired with Samia Ghadie, who he later married, in series 8 and Jorgie Porter in series 9. He returned to the show when it was revived for its 10th series in 2018, he partnered Stephanie Waring, they were eliminated in 11th place. For the 11th series he was paired with Jane Danson.

Brandee Malto[edit]

Brandee Malto from the United States was announced as a new professional skater for the revived series in 2018. She has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. Her partner in 2018 was actor Antony Cotton and in 2019 was Ryan Sidebottom.

Sergey Malyshev[edit]

Sergey Malyshev has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. He appeared in the first series with Tamara Beckwith, with whom he was voted off in the first week following a skate-off with the eventual series winner Gaynor Faye. He also skated in the third series with Aggie MacKenzie in the third series and was voted off in their first skate-off, held in week four of the competition.

Karina Manta[edit]

Karina Manta (born 20 March 1996) is an American ice dancer. She began appearing as a professional in series 13.[18] She was paired with Graham Bell after his original partner Yebin Mok had to pull out due to injury.

Molly Moenkhoff[edit]

Molly Moenkhoff competed on the US Team and was an International Medalist. She appeared in series 5 with Bobby Davro.

Alex Murphy[edit]

Alexandra Destiny Murphy (born 1 February 1989 in Boston, Massachusetts) was announced as a new professional skater for the revived series in 2018. She is the reigning Dutch Dancing On Ice (Sterren Dansen op Het Ijs) champion. She partnered Love Island star Kem Cetinay for her first series on the show, finishing in fourth place. She returned in 2019 and was paired with Brian McFadden, again, finishing in fourth place, following a fall in the semi-final skate-off. She was originally planned to partner Michael Barrymore in series 12, but on 18 December 2019, it was announced that Barrymore had withdrawn from the show after breaking his hand in training, however from Week 4 onwards she replaced Alexandra Schauman as Joe Swash's partner after Schauman sustained an injury. Swash and Murphy went on to win the series. On 24 June 2020, it was announced that Murphy would not return for the 2021 series.

Tom Naylor[edit]

Tom Naylor is a British figure skater and doctor. Prior to Dancing on Ice, he was in Holiday on Ice and Hot Ice Show. For series 12 he was partnered with Coronation Street actress, Lisa George.

Darya Nucci[edit]

Darya Nucci has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. She appeared in series 4 with Jeremy Edwards.

Pam O'Connor[edit]

Pamela O'Connor is a Scottish ice dancer. With Jonathon O'Dougherty, she won the 2003 British Championships and finished 19th at the 2003 World Championships.[8][9] She appeared in series 1 with David Seaman and series 2 with Neil Fox.

Vicky Ogden[edit]

Vicky Ogden is from Milton Keynes.[27] She has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. She appeared in series 7 with Andy Whyment and in series 8 with Joe Pasquale. In series 9, she was partnered with Sam Attwater whom she married in 2014.[28] She temporarily returned for series 13, where she was partnered with Matt Richardson, joining the competition in week 4 after Rufus Hound and his partner Robin Johnstone (figure skater) were forced to withdraw from the competition but left the same week.

Tippy Packard[edit]

Tippy Packard is an ice skater from Hong Kong. She toured over 40 countries as a show skater after retiring from the competitive sport. She was announced as a professional skater in series 14.[29] She was paired up with Kye Whyte.

Fred Palascak[edit]

Fred Palascak with Emily Atack on the Dancing on Ice tour in 2010

Fred Palascak (born 2 April 1975 in Parma, Ohio) is an American pair skater. He and Melanie Lambert began skating together in 1994 and married in 2003.[19] They placed 9th on the senior level at the 1996 U.S. national championships. They did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He appeared in series 2 with Kay Burley. They were eliminated at fifth show. In series 3, he and Sarah Greene were the first partnership voted off, however, Palascak returned to the show in the third week of the competition, partnering actress Zaraah Abrahams, a reserve brought in to fill the space left by Michael Underwood's injury-related departure. Abrahams and Palascak finished in third place. In series 4, he was partnered with Melinda Messenger and was voted off in week 7. Palascak and his series 5 partner, Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack, were eliminated in week 8. In 2010, Palascak appeared on the U.S. show Skating with the Stars as the partner of the winner, Rebecca Budig.[19]

Natalia Pestova[edit]

Natalia Pestova has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. She appeared in series 2 with Phil Gayle.

Oscar Peter[edit]

Oscar Peter (born 11 June 1981) is a Swiss figure skater. He was brought in as a replacement partner for Caprice in Week 4 of series 12 after she parted ways with her original partner, Hamish Gaman.

Frankie Poultney[edit]

Frankie Poultney in 2009

Frankie Poultney (born 1 March 1973) is a British skater. She has no senior national medals to her name and did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She performed worldwide for over twenty years as a professional adagio skater. In series 2, she skated with English footballer Lee Sharpe, who was eliminated in week 7. In series 3, Poultney was paired with Hollyoaks and Coronation Street actor Chris Fountain.[30] They finished as runners-up to Suzanne Shaw and Matt Evers. In series 4, she was partnered with British rugby player Ellery Hanley; they were eliminated in week 5. In series 5, her partner was former Coronation Street actor Danny Young, who was eliminated in 5th position against Kieron Richardson and Brianne Delcourt in the week 10 skate-off.

In series 6, Poultney and her partner, BBC Radio 1 presenter Comedy Dave, were eliminated in week 4. In series 7, she was paired with English singer and television presenter Mark Rhodes; they were the third team eliminated. Poultney also competed on the Dancing On Ice, Olympic special spin-off "Dancing On Ice Goes Gold" partnering Olympic silver medalist hurdler Colin Jackson. It was announced in December 2013 that she was engaged to series 1 contestant David Seaman.[31] They were subsequently partnered together in series 9, where they were eliminated in week 2. They married in 2015.[32]

Colin Ratushniak[edit]

Colin Ratushniak (born 18 August 1985 in Gillam, Manitoba) is a Canadian skater. He switched from hockey to figure skating at the age of 12.[33] He is the 2002 Manitoba novice champion in men's singles.[34] He has no senior national medals to his name and did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. In 2003, after graduating from high school, Ratushniak joined Feld Entertainment to skate in Disney on Ice productions and continued to tour for eight years, working with Rand Productions and Karen Kresge Productions.[35] During this time he also developed his skills as a pairs skater, pairing up with Amanda Frank and Isabelle Gauthier. He appeared in series 6 with Laura Hamilton.[36] They finished as runners-up in the series to Sam Attwater and Brianne Delcourt and went on to perform in cities across the UK with the Dancing on Ice Live Tour.[37][38]

Sean Rice[edit]

Sean Rice was a Canadian pair skater. With his wife Jodeyne Higgins, he is a two-time Canadian senior bronze medalist and placed as high as 10th at the World Championships in 1993. They also won four national titles in four skating.

Łukasz Różycki[edit]

Łukasz Różycki is a Polish pair skater. With Aneta Kowalska, he competed twice at the World Junior Championships (placing as high as 16th) and won a bronze medal at an ISU Junior Grand Prix event.[10] He is married to Finnish skater Alexandra Schauman. He appeared in series 6 with Elen Rivas and series 7 with Laila Morse. In season 9, he was paired with Beth Tweddle. He returned to the show in its 11th series and was partnered with Didi Conn. In series 12, he was partnered with talk show host, Trisha Goddard. They were first to be eliminated. In series 13, he was partnered with musician and presenter, Myleene Klass. They were also first to be eliminated.

Todd Sand[edit]

Todd Sand is an American pair skater. With wife Jenni Meno, he is the 1998 World silver medalist, 1995–96 World bronze medalist, three-time U.S. national champion (1994–96), and competed at two Olympics, placing as high as 5th (1994).[11] He appeared in series 1 with Kelly Holmes.

Alexandra Schauman[edit]

Alexandra Schauman and Łukasz Różycki on the Dancing on Ice tour in 2011.

Alexandra Schauman (born 17 June 1980) is a Finnish skater who finished 7th in the junior ladies' singles event at the 1996 Finnish Championships.[39] She did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She is married to Łukasz Różycki.

From October and December 2008, Schauman appeared on the Swedish equivalent of Dancing on Ice, Stjärnor på is.[40] She was runner-up with her partner footballer Jesper Blomqvist. In January 2010, she appeared in series 5 of the British show. She and her partner, Hilary Jones, were eliminated in week 6. In series 6, she was partnered with cricketer Dominic Cork. They survived the skate-off on 23 January but were eliminated the following week. She and Sam Nixon, a children's television presenter, finished seventh in series 7. She was paired with Todd Carty for series 9. She returned to the show in its 11th series and was partnered with professional dancer James Jordan. The pair went on to win the series. For series 12, she was partnered with actor and television presenter, Joe Swash. However, after sustaining an injury, Swash was re-partnered with Alex Murphy. Swash and Murphy went on to win the series. In series 13, she was paired with actor and singer, Jason Donovan but withdrew on 22 February due to Jasons back injury.

Tamara Sharp[edit]

Tamara Sharp did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She was paired with Andi Peters in series 1.

Olga Sharutenko[edit]

Olga Sharutenko is a Russian ice dancer. With Dmitri Naumkin, she is the 1997 World Junior champion[12] and competed for four seasons on the senior international level, twice winning the Nebelhorn Trophy. Sharutenko appeared in series 1 with John Barrowman and appeared again in series 8, paired with Keith Chegwin.

Matej Silecky[edit]

Matej Silecky is an American skater who competed in senior singles and pairs at the national level. He is the 2012 - 2013 U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Champion, Junior Men,[41][42] achieved while attending the University of California, Berkeley. He has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. Matej was partnered with Coronation Street actress Brooke Vincent, in his first series, finishing as runners-up to Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer.

Jenna Smith[edit]

Jenna Smith (Harrison) did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. She was paired with Luke Campbell in series 8.

Katie Stainsby[edit]

Katie originally appeared on the Dutch version of Dancing on Ice partnering comedian John Jones, after their elimination from the show Katie took on the role as series choreographer. She performed and choreographed many pro routines as well as the celebrity couple skates. She and her professional partner Stuart Widdall opened a special edition of the show which was performed for Princess Beatrice of Holland.

Katie also appeared in another version of dancing on ice in Holland called Sterren Dansen, partnering world strong man Jarno Hams.

Katie Stainsby was paired with Vanilla Ice in series 6 and Gary Lucy in series 9. Of the British version of Dancing on Ice Katie partnered Olympic gold medalist rower Steve Williams in Dancing on Ice Goes Gold, they finished in first place.

Katie has appeared in the world renowned Hot Ice show for over 8 years and currently coaches and skates with her partner Swiss and international competitor and champion Oscar Peter in the UK.

Nina Ulanova[edit]

Nina Ulanova is a Russian ice dancer. With Michail Stifunin, she is the 1997 World Junior champion[12] and won several senior international medals (non-Grand Prix). She appeared in series 6 with Steven Arnold and series 7 with Matthew Wolfenden (winner). In series 9, she was partnered with Kyran Bracken.

Doug Webster[edit]

Doug Webster has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championships. He appeared in series 1 with Andrea McLean.

Daniel Whiston[edit]

Daniel Whiston is an English skater. He has no senior national medals to his name and did not compete in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He appeared in series 1 with Gaynor Faye (winner), series 2 with Emily Symons, series 3 with Linda Lusardi, series 4 with Roxanne Pallett, series 5 with Hayley Tamaddon (winner), series 6 with Kerry Katona, and series 7 with Jennifer Ellison. He was paired with Beth Tweddle (winner) in series 8 and became three-time champion of Dancing on Ice on 10 March 2013. Whiston was paired again with Tamaddon for series 9. He returned to the show in its 10th series in 2018 and was partnered with Cheryl Baker. In 2019, he was promoted to Associate Creative Director.[43]

Stuart Widdall[edit]

Stuart Widdall did not appear in any ISU Championship or Grand Prix events. He performed in series 4 with Coleen Nolan and series 5 with Tana Ramsey.

Michael Zenezini[edit]

Michael Zenezini is a French ice dancer. With Melanie Espejo, he competed twice at the World Junior Championships, placing fifth in 1998. He appeared in series 6 with Chloe Madeley and in series 8 with Lauren Goodger.

See also[edit]

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