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Shaylene Benson


Competitive dancer in jazz, ballet, tap, hiphop, contemporary, and lyrical dance who became a LA Laker Female for the 2011-2012 NBA season. She received her Pilates qualification in 2008 and Barre qualification this year 2010 to be able to coach classes. She began dance competitively when she was three years outdated. She danced being a Sparkid from 2003 to 2005 for the WNBA Sparks. She’s danced at NBA All Superstar games, being a dancer for the Anaheim Arsenals A-List, and it has been highlighted in music movies, Television shows, and advertisements. She also made an appearance within the 5th installment from the Take it On films titled Take it On: Combat to the final. She was created in Long Seaside, California. Her youthful sister is Quite Small Liars and Planting season Breakers superstar Ashley Benson.

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Full Name Shaylene Benson
Date Of Birth August 25, 1988
Place Of Birth Long Beach, CA
Profession Dancer
Nationality American
Parents Shannon Harte, Jeff Benson
Siblings Ashley Benson
Awards Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress - Drama/Action Adventure, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Chemistry, Young Hollywood Award for Cast To Watch, Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star: Female
Nominations MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Actress, Teen Choice Award for Candie's Choice Style Icon
Movies Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
TV Shows Pretty Little Liars, Eastwick, Days of Our Lives
Star Sign Virgo

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1 Older sister of Ashley Benson.



The Nightlife 2010 TV Series Dancer
Bring It On: Fight to the Finish 2009 Video Sea Lion



Dance Revolution 2006 TV Series Herself

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