Kenichi Ebina is a performance artist of Japanese origin who is best known for winning the eighth season of America's Got Talent on September 18, 2013. His solo act, labeled 'dance-ish' by Ebina, features his unique self-taught style which combines acting, storytelling, and a number of different dance styles, including freestyle, hip-hop, mime, martial arts, jazz, and ethnic dance. He frequently interacts with characters on a video screen behind him, who have all been created and played by himself.
|Born:||May 25, 1974, Japan|
|Known for:||Winner of America's Got Talent Season 8|
|Style:||freestyle, hip-hop, mime, martial arts, jazz, ethnic dance|
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About Kenichi Ebina
Japanese dancer who won the eighth season of America's Got Talent with a unique routine that combined storytelling, martial arts, and dance. He also led a successful TED talk about his dancing ability.
He attended the University of Bridgeport and earned his Associate's degree in 1998 and his Bachelor's in 2000.
He won Amateur Night at the Apollo seven times between 2006 and 2007 and was named grand champion twice.
His had one daughter with his wife, Wakako.
Melanie Brown of the Spice Girls joined America's Got Talent as a judge in the eight season.
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- America's Got Talent winners
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