Len Goodman Net Worth

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Len Goodman net worth:
$12 Million

Len Goodman net worth: Len Goodman is a British professional ballroom dancer, coach, and dance judge who has a net worth of $12 million dollars. A former professional ballroom dancer, choreographer, and coach, Len Goodman runs founded a popular dance school in England, after winning the prestigious Blackpool competition. He is currently the head judge for "Strictly Come Dancing" and "Dancing with the Stars". Leonard Gordon Goodman was born in Bromley, Kent, England in April 1944. Len started dancing at 19 years old to help recover a foot injury. In his late twenties he won the British Championships and then retired. He won the Carl Alan Award for his outstanding contributions to dance. He was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality/Competition Program in 2006 and 2007. He is the head judge for the BBC One dance competition Strictly Come Dancing since 2004. In 2005 he started as a judge for the American version Dancing with the Stars. He hosted a BBC One documentary three part series about the sinking of the Titanic in 2012 which also aired on PBS in the United States. He teaches Latin and ballroom dancing at the Goodman Dance Centre. He married Sue Barrett in 2012 in London. He has been a spokesman for Farm Foods and was diagnosed with and treated for prostate cancer in 2009.

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Len Goodman Net Worth

Len Goodman

Date of Birth
Apr 25, 1944 (71 years old)
Teacher, Dancer, Actor
United Kingdom
6 ft (1.83 m)
Leonard Gordon Goodman, Leonard Gordon "Len" Goodman
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