Emily Dann performed as a finalist on “So You Think You Can Dance” Greece, Season 2 and performed as a back up dancer for the weekly musical talent. Emily appeared on a popular Greek television morning show several times as a guest and performer.
Emily performed on Comedy Central’s “Night of Too Many Stars” as a backup dancer for Carly Rae Jepsen. She appeared as a featured dancer on USA Network’s “Royal Pains” and in a bonus music video appearing on their website. Emily also danced in a national commercial for Got Milk? “Plenty to Go Around” and is currently featured on their website in the same role in an interactive game. She appeared in “42nd Street” in Spokane, Washington as "Gladys” and was in the same production in Reno, Nevada.
Emily is a working model who has been seen in Dance Spirit Magazine as well as in Capezio and Frontline catalogs. She has experience in showroom, print, runway and fit modeling. She worked for ESPN at the NFL Draft in New York City. Emily has been a model for several lifestyle shoots and has modeled for Overstock.com. Emily is trained in jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, musical theatre, lyrical, contemporary and modern. She received her formal training at Stagelite Centre of Performing Arts in Pequannock, New Jersey and studied under such notable teachers as Kelli Barclay and Tony Mansker. She is also an active member of Grover Dale’s Answers4Dancers.com and has been designated as a Valuable Player and Top Booker for the past two years.