William Wingfield
S4 William Wingfield
Season Season 4
Birthday March 7, 1986
Age 34
Hometown Nashville, Tennessee
So You Think You Can Dance Profile
Age during Season 21
Dance style Contemporary
Placement Top 8
All-Star Profile

William B. Wingfield (born March 7, 1986) is a Contemporary dancer. He competed during the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dance and he placed in the Top 8.

So You Think You Can DanceEdit

To see all of William Wingfield's performances from Season 4, click here.


Wingfield returned to So You Think You Can Dance with Jessica King to perform their (at the time) Emmy-nominated piece "Adam and Eve", choreographed by Tyce Diorio. Adam Shankman has described Will as one of four elite dancers to appear on So You Think You Can Dance, along with Travis Wall, Danny Tidwell and Kayla Radomski. In late 2009, Will joined the cast of In The Heights on Broadway, in which he played the role of Graffiti Pete. Will was also featured on the cover of Dance Magazine's January 2010 issue, in their '25-To-Watch' list.

In August 2010, he performed a dance entitled "Duet" on the Web series Legion of Extraordinary Dancers.

Wingfield and Katee Shean came back as choreographers and taught the "Choreography Round" in Season 8 audition episodes. Wingfield returned as an All-Star on Season 9. Wingfield was also a featured dancer in the 2012 movie musical Rock Of Ages.

William Wingfield, alongside Kathryn McCormick, are the dancers in Muse's music video "Dead Inside" from their album Drones.

Other InformationEdit

  • Wingfield was trained under Debbie Allen at her dance academy in Nashville, Tennessee. Due to this, Allen was ineligible to be a guest judge until Wingfield was eliminated.

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