Giselle Peacock’s Biography

Who is Giselle Peacock?

Giselle Peacock is best known for her performances on the reality show “So You Think You Can Dance?”. Giselle started dancing at age 10 focusing on International Latin style of ballroom dance.

Sasha Farber Giselle Peacock


Competitive Latin Ballroom Dancing Background

Giselle started dancing with Genya Mazo in 1997, winning 1st place in US Closed Amateur Latin in 1999 in Utah, US. and capturing 1st place in 48th Elsa Wells International Championships in England – Brentwood London, in under 21 international Latin Division. They also took 2nd place in a prestigious Blackpool Youth Latin in 2001.

Giselle Peacock- Cha Cha Video – Dancing with Genya Mazo

Giselle ended her partnership with Genya in September 2001, and started dancing with Dan Kitsis continuing to compete in Amateur International Latin style until 01 May 2003.

Roman Nabatov Giselle Peacock New Yorker

Other dance partners were Artem Chigvintsev (01 Jun 2003 – 01 Apr 2005), Roman Nabatov (01 Jan 2006 – 01 Jun 2006 ), and Sasha Farber.

Roman-Nabatov Giselle Peacock dance

Roman Nabatov Giselle Peacock deep

Giselle Peacock Henry Byalikov on Burn the Floor

Giselle Peacock Henry Byalikov Burn the Floor

On June 09, 2010, Giselle Peacock was eliminated from the show “So You Think You Can Dance?”.

So You think You can Dance Reality Show

Giselle Peacock- Samba Video – Dancing with Henry Byalikov

Pictures of Gissele Peackok and Henry Byalikov on the reality show “So You Think You Can Dance?”

Gissele-Peackok and Henry Byalikov on So You Think You Can Dance?

Other Dance Styles

Along with International Latin, Giselle has also studied, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary and modern dances. She has made appearances on “Burn the Floor”, SYTYCD, Dancing with the Stars and Superstars of Dance, and the reality show “So You think You can dance?”.

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