LORI ANN GREENHOUSE has been dancing since the age of four. She was a student of the Royal Academy of Dance for 15 years. At the age of 21, she began her Ballroom career. In just a few short years, she won many Rising Star titles and went on to become a finalist in both American Rhythm and Theater Arts. Moreover, she received an invitation to compete in Blackpool and placed 5th in the world in Theater Arts. She also holds the prestigious title of 9-time World Hustle Champion. Her most recent championship title is that of 1st Place in the Professional Show Dance Competition at The New Jersey State Open Championships, Oct. 2008. Lori Ann has performed all over the world, including such countries as China, Japan, Brazil, Argentina and Canada. She has performed with Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Howie Mandell, Sherman Helmsley, The Village People, and many more. She has appeared on TV in shows such as "Good Morning America," "Telemundo" and "Sabado Gigante." Lori Ann appeared in the movie, "Let It Be Me" and was a featured dancer in Disney World's Epcot Center and Pleasure Island. Recently, Lori Ann performed for the Governor of New Hampshire, John Lynch. She has filmed a commercial for the Latin Music Awards; appeared in "El Cantante" with Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez; and appears in the soon to be released film, "Enchanted," with Patrick Dempsey and Susan Sarandon.