Best known as Australia’s Favourite Female Dancer on Season 1 of So You Think You Can Dance, Kate Wormald has been an in-demand performer, choreographer and dance director for over 20 years. Her passion for movement has led her from the stage to choreography, casting and movement direction and her incredible body of work is a testament to her talent and work ethic as one of Australia’s leading performers and creatives.
As a performer, Kate has a long list of credits, working with some of the world’s most revered choreographers, directors and recording artists including George Miller, Baz Luhrmann, Wade Robson, Kelley Abbey, Jason Gilkison, The Squared Division, William Forsythe, David Atkins, Michael Gracey, Ashley Wallen, John O’Connell, KE$HA, Robbie Williams, Macy Gray, Guy Sebastian and Ricky Martin, as well as performing in shows such as Fame, Footloose, Carmen, Oh What a Night, Happy Feet 1 & 2, The X Factor, Australian Idol, TV Week Logie Awards, Sir Cliff Richard Tour, ROVE, Long Way to the Top, MTV Awards, ARIA Awards, Nickelodeon Awards and various national corporate events.
As a creative and choreographer, Kate’s stage and event credits include Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Associate Head of Choreography & Staging for the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Azerbaijan Islamic Solidarity Games launch event, and P&O Cruises production of Seven.
Kate’s work has been seen in feature films Happy Feet 2, Dora the Explorer, and TV series Dance Boss, So You Think You Can Dance, Australia’s Got Talent, The Voice, X Factor, Dancing With The Stars The End, and Harrow, along with campaigns for Bonds, Berlei and David Jones to name a few.
Most recently, Kate lent her talents as Associate Choreographer on Baz Luhrmann’s untitled music film about Elvis Presley, starring Tom Hanks and as choreographer for Amazon Primes series ‘The Wilds’ starring Rachael Griffiths.