Brady Farrar is an American dancer. He gained fame after becoming a gold medalist at the 2016 Youth America Grand Prix, the world’s largest network of dance. He was also featured in season 8 of Lifetime's ‘Dance Moms’ alongside his mother and became the first guy to become an ALDC elite team’s permanent member. The talented dancer began dancing at the young age of five. His passion and inborn talent quickly led him to learn various dance types, including tap, ballroom, and lyrical. Farrar, who has attended Miami’s Stars Dance Studio, has won several accolades for his talent, including Young Male Dancer of the Year at the 2014 American Dance Awards. He has two brothers. He is a student and works hard to juggle his studies with his passion for dancing.
Rise to Stardom
Brady Farrar started his professional dance career in 2011 when he appeared in season 8 of the reality TV dance competition, ‘Dance Moms.’ On the show, he gave brilliant solo, duet, and group performances. As a solo performer, he performed to popular songs, including "Eyes on Me", "Get You Closer" and "We Have Lift Off". He collaborated with fellow dancers like Lilliana Ketchman and Pressley Hosbach to perform duets that earned him and his dance partners much recognition. Farrar also performed as part of a group in many episodes such as 'Abby's Big Comeback', 'Mommy Dearest', 'The Broadway Brat', and 'Queen of the ALDC', to name a few.
In 2014, the dancer earned several accolades such as Mini Male Best Dancer of the Year award at The Dance Awards and the Young Male Dancer of the Year award at the American Dance Awards. A year later, he was featured in ‘The Ultimate Amazing Most Bestest Best Dancer of All Time’ competition. The show had some of the best young dancers of the country.
In 2017, Farrar starred in the film ‘Gender Roles & Artistic Ability: The Stone Age Rules’ alongside Joshua Colley. Witten and directed by April Johnson, the flick is about breaking down the gender constructs in various activities, including singing and dancing.
Also in 2017, Farrar became a recipient of the Hope Award at the Youth America Grand Prix New York Finals. He has also appeared in the Dance Spirit Magazine’s “You Know” section.
Today, Farrar is considered as one of the best contemporary dancers in his age group. He has already earned a lot of fame in his country, and he plans to take his reputation further by establishing a more successful dancing career.
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Family & Personal Life
Brady Farrar was born on January 19, 2005, in Miami, Florida, USA. His mother’s name is Tricia; she appeared with him on the dancing competition, ‘Dance Moms,’ and also manages his career. The dancer has two brothers. His elder brother, Bennett, is reportedly gay.
Farrar is active on Instagram. He has over 300k followers on the social media platform. The dancer is a fan of ‘Grey's Anatomy’ actress Kim Raver. He got the opportunity to meet his favorite star in New York City in 2016.