George Sampson is best known for winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2008 at the age of 14. His semi-final winning dance performance of Singing In The Rain was also his final routine and he won the hearts of the nation. Later that year George made his West End stage debut in hip-hop musical Into The Hoods, and he also released his dance DVD Access 2 All Areas. George returned to Britain’s Got Talent the following year to perform at the semi-finals and went onto star on the Britain’s Got Talent Live Tour.
George also starred in the first all British 3D feature film Streetdance 3D alongside dance groups Diversity and Flawless.
As well as a dancer George is also an incredible actor and has starred in shows such as Waterloo Road, Mount Pleasant, Casualty and Emmerdale. He suffers from Scheuermann’s disease which affects the way bones develop in children, although he is adamant he could never give up dancing.
In 2019 George took part in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, where he wowed audiences with an amazing routine. 2020 will see George take part in the UK tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, playing the role of Dean.
George is a patron for charity Dance Aid and an ambassador for the United Dance Organisation.