Karen Hardy is a British professional ballroom dancer, coach, teacher and adjudicator. In 1998 she won the professional International Latin American Dance Championship with Bryan Watson. She also won the United Kingdom Open, British National, European and World Masters championships. She now runs a dance studio at Imperial Wharf, London. She is best known for being a professional dancer in Strictly Come Dancing from 2005 to 2009 and as a regular contributor to Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two. She has also filled in for some of the judges on The Strictly Live Tour.
|Born||July 14, 1970, Weymouth, Dorset, England|
|Occupation||Ballroom dancer and coach|
|IMDb||Karen Hardy's IMDb|
English professional ballroom dancer and coach who won the professional International Latin America Dance Championship with Bryan Watson in 1998.
She started dancing locally at age five and later at age eighteen, she competed in the United States for two years winning both East and West Coast amateur titles.
She appeared in the Channel 4 television series Faking It in its fourth series.
She married former New Zealand dancer Conrad Murray in 2003, and they have a son named Callum who was born in 2005.
She was partnered with Gary Rhodes in the 2008 series of Strictly Come Dancing.
- Strictly Come Dancing winners
- British female dancers
- British ballroom dancers
- Dance teachers
Latest information about Karen Hardy updated on May 07, 2021.