Sharna Burgess

Sharna Burgess is best known for being a "Dancing with the Stars" judge in Australia and Pro Dancer on "Dancing with the Stars" in the U.S.

Before her Dancing With The Stars fame, Sharna was an Australian Champion and represented her country in the World Championships at the young age of 15. At 18, she moved to London on her own where she won many titles and was cast in a UK theatre tour of Simply Ballroom. Shortly after she was on a six-year stint in the hit dance sensation Burn The Floor. The production’s success catapulted it to the West End and to Broadway, where Sharna was an original member of its American cast.

In 2012, Sharna moved into the movie and television industry, choreographing the British dance drama film Street Dance 2: 3D. Sharna’s other credits include choreographing for Shonda Rhimes’ award winning series "How To Get Away With Murder," "Strictly Come Dancing," Backstreet Boys Vegas show, "So You Think You Can Dance" in the U.S. and Australia, "Flirty Dancing" and hosting for "Extra TV."

When Sharna joined DWTS U.S. in season 12 she quickly became a fan favorite after her season with actor and comedian, Andy Dick. Known for her fiery red hair and emotional storytelling, she completed 18 seasons on DWTS. Sharna has placed in the top 3 five times and she won the competition in U.S. season 27 with celebrity partner Bobby Bones.

Sharna got to share her love of DWTS and dance with her partner Brian Austin Green on her final season with the show, season 30. The couple now share their son Zane Walker Green.

Sharna is so excited to bring her curiosity, her empathy and her life experience to Oldish and to share and connect with all who join the Oldish Friends and Family Community.