Is Dancing on Ice’s Christopher Dean married and what’s his net worth? – The Sun
CHRISTOPHER Dean is back on our screens for the new series of Dancing on Ice 2022.
He's best known as an ice skating god and a Dancing On Ice judge, we take a further look at who he is.
Who is Christopher Dean?
Christopher Dean, 63, was born in Nottinghamshire.
He became a gold medalist from the Winter Olympics ice skating competition.
Despite his impressive skating achievements, Chris admitted his body isn’t quite as limber as it was during the Olympic golden years.
Chris told The Mirror: "The knees don’t bend quite as deeply as they used to. I think I have arthritis in my knees. I just manage it.
“I can still skate, paracetamol helps. I’m pretty reckless – I’ll deal with it later."
His net worth is estimated at £5 million.
Is Christopher Dean married?
People often think Torvill and Dean are a couple but the duo insists they only briefly snogged as teenagers and never got together.
Jayne has been married to husband Phil Christensen for the past 25 years while Christopher lives in Colorado Springs, America with his partner and Dancing On Ice head coach Karen Barber.
Christopher was previously married to the French Canadian skater Isabelle Duchesnay from 1991 to 1993.
The pair met while he was choreographing for her and her brother Paul Duchesnay in the late 1980s.
From 1994 to 2010 he was married to American skater Jill Trenary with whom he has two sons – Jack Robert and Sam Colin.
It was confirmed in March 2010 that the couple had separated, but still till this day remain on good terms.
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When Christopher Dean win Winter Olympic gold with Jayne Torvill?
It has been over 30 years since the world’s most famous ice skating pair stunned the crowds and took home an Olympic gold.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean got a perfect score from the judges in 1984 on Valentine’s Day when they performed Ravel’s Bolero at the Sarajevo Winter Olympics.
They received 12 perfect scores of 6.0, with sixes from all nine judges for artistic impression – a feat which had never been seen before.
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