Róisín Mullins is one of the world's leading Irish dancers and choreographers, and a groundbreaking TV Presenter and talent show judge. A bronze world medallist and UK open Irish dance champion, who toured the world with Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance, Róisín now performs on stage and screen with her own professional Irish dance troupe, Raven. Róisín has performed at hundreds of stadiums, theatres and prestigious events as lead dancer and choreographer, including Raven tours and shows with stars of the BBC's Strictly come Dancing, including Vincent and Flavia, Kristina Rihanoff, and Izabela Hannah.
Since founding Irish dance troupe Raven in 2007, Róisín has been partnered with some of the UK's top TV stars for live TV performances, including Declan Donnelly and Paddy McGuinness. Backed by her troupe, she has also appeared alongside stars such as Louis Walsh, David Essex, The Saturdays, Des O'Connor, Bobby Davro, and Keith Lemon.
Róisín gained fame as a talent show judge and reality TV star in shows such as Sky TV's A Gypsy Life for Me / Travellers Got Talent, with fellow judges and presenters including the popstar Jentina, and singer David Essex, and on Sky TV's Britain Does Variety, with co-judges and TV presenters Dave Payne (Sky Sports), Naomi Wilkinson (CBBC) and EastEnders Emma Barton.
Róisín is an renowned dancer, singer and actor, trained at the B.R.I.T. School for Performing Arts, and a former scholarship student and associate Lecturer in dance at the University of Surrey. Also coached in acting and presenting by RADA principal and TV/Film acting coach Dee Cannon, and BBC presenter and Film acting coach, Mel Churcher (coach to James Bond's Daniel Craig), Róisín now regularly appears on SKY, ITV, BBC, RTE, TV3 and in countless national publications such as The Big Issue, The Sun and The Independent as a spokesperson for the Irish community.
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