Jun. 28th, 1988
Redlands, California, U.S.
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Lacey Schwimmer is an American competitive ballroom dancer, singer, and the winner of multiple youth championships. She is best known as the 4th place finalist of the 3rd season of So You Think You Can Dance. She is the daughter of noted dancer Buddy Schwimmer, as well as the cousin of 'Heidi Groskreutz', who placed 4th on the 2nd season of So You Think You Can Dance and younger sister of 'Benji Schwimmer', the winner of the show's 2nd season.
She participated in the 7th season of Dancing with the Stars as a professional dancer paired with 'Lance Bass' of 'N Sync, in the 8th season of the show paired with Jackass star 'Steve-O' and in the 9th season paired with actor and Iron Chef America host 'Mark Dacascos'. Schwimmer returned to Dancing with the Stars for its 11th season and she was partnered with Disney Channel star, 'Kyle Massey' and in the 12th season, paired with radio host 'Mike Catherwood'. In the 13th season, she was paired with transgender activist 'Chaz Bono'. Schwimmer did not return for season 14 of Dancing With The Stars.
Schwimmer competes in West Coast Swing and International Latin dance styles. She made an appearance in 'Jon Chu' and 'Adam Sevani's' "Biggest Online Dance Battle" against M&M Cru and was credited as a member of America's Best Dance Crew with 'Hok', another So You Think You Can Dance competitor. She's made television appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Good Morning America, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
In 2008 she danced alongside 'Adam Sandler' at the MTV Movie Awards 2008. She then appeared in the video of the song Rainbow, by Elisa with singer songwriter 'Vinnie Ferra'.
She is a part of the iHollywood Dance faculty teaching master classes in the United States and Norway. Schwimmer also has her own line of tube socks as well as a dance wear line designed by Sugar and Bruno Dancewear collection.
Schwimmer's debut single, "Love Soundz", was released June 21, 2011.