Actor/dancer/model George Blick is ready for his moment….
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George Blick may be new to the Vegas entertainment scene, but he’s been wowing audiences across the globe since he was a young teen. The native of Wales was only a boy when he went to watch his grandmother’s line-dancing classes. Fascinated by what he’d experienced, George was encouraged by instructor Stephanie Harris to give it a try. A short time later, George was starting in a class with about thirty other children.
It’s easy to see that the Blick family carries natural talent in its genes. Entering line dance competitions at the age of ten, George was Junior World Champion by thirteen. Numerous accolades followed including six World Masters, three British Masters and five European line-dance championships.
You don’t get that far in your field without some appreciation. For George the reward came in the form of a full scholarship to Laine Theater Arts College, located in the town of Epsom (Surrey, England). This respected institute prepares aspiring performers for success in the worlds of dancing, singing and acting…ensuring that their newest student would progress even further.
By the age of twenty-one, Blick had branched out into Latin American, ballroom and disco dance genres. Still, he’s glad that line-dancing gave him his start. He feels it’s the perfect representation of coordination, posture and style.
Of course, being a handsome and charming young man with an electric smile and sandy hair helped him segue into modeling gigs and talent shows. There were photo shoots for calendars, clothing campaigns and print ads. He was even a finalist for the 2011 title of Mister Wales, an annual charity fundraiser.
Looking good is a requirement for George’s featured roles. They require a hot body, style, lots of swagger and confidence galore. But not a lot of clothing. That doesn’t mean that George is a stranger to dressing up for the right part:
I have done many modeling gigs, including catwalks at wedding events. I’ve also modeled for Dyfed Menswear, which is Wales’ biggest wedding suit “hire” (rental) company.
Like his recently-profiled friends Alejandro and Sarah Domingo, George eventually found himself in Hollywood Florida, rehearsing for shows on the Royal Caribbean cruise lines.
I first came to the United States with my family when I was around 10 years old. We went to Disneyland and Universal Studios on a holiday. The next time was working at Royal Caribbean for seven years as one of their dancers.
It was at that time that love swept George off his feet…by someone he was regularly lifting into the air. Her name was Emily Yates, a lovely singer/dancer from Apple Valley, California. The two just celebrated their second wedding anniversary in September.
I met my wife Emily while in rehearsals with Royal Caribbean. Initially we were seeing different people. One year later we were put together on the Navigator of the Seas, which is where we fell in love.We’ve worked together on Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruise Lines, Holland America and different gigs here and there in Las Vegas. If we can I always try to be in the same show as Emily. Her voice blows me away
Emily and I have worked together on Royal Caribbean Princess Cruise line, Holland America line and different gigs here and there in Las Vegas. I’ve always tried to be in the same shows as Emily. Her voice blows me away.
We have two dogs – they are both chiweenies, a breed that combines chihuahua and dachsund. Their names are “Cwtch” (a Welsh word for “cuddle) who’s the male and “Jovi who is female. Even though they are small, they have massive personalities!I’m an only child and my wife has a large family. When she gets into arguments with her brother or sister it’s quite funny, as I often have a different opinion of things than she does.
In my free time I like to relax, go to the gym and create different projects. I like to always add strings to my bow of talent, So, if one of them was not to work anymore I’d have a back up plan.
One of my favorite restaurants here is The Martini on South Fort Apache Road. It’s a small place with amazing food and drink. And they have an incredible happy hour. Emily and I tend to go there quite often. I also love Steak and Shake! It’s cheap and cheerful but you leave there feeling “full as an egg”.
I’m not big into the clubbing scene…I prefer bars. One of my favorite bars is Stoney’s Rockin’ Country in Town Square. Since I love to line dance, I can have a really good time there. And of course, get an ice cold beer!
I really like Thailand…everything out there is bigger and a bit crazier. But if I was to vacation just for relaxation purposes I would definitely have to go with Mexico. The water is beautiful, it’s fun, the food is incredible…and who doesn’t love a margarita?
I would love to work with Brad Pitt. He would be such a cool little inspirational guy to be around.I’d also love to work with Michael Bolton. His voice is phenomenal and one of a kind. But I don’t really see that happening as I’m not a singer. But (laughing)…maybe I could be a background dancer someday in one of his videos!