A superstar dancer-turned-aspiring actor, Nico Greetham shot into the national spotlight after appearing on the 10th edition of the dance competition show “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Here lays Nico’s bio illustrated in a wiki format!
Nico Greetham Wiki, Age, Family
On 5th March 1995, Nico Greetham turned 24 years of age. According to his DOB, he is B-Day buddies with fellow Pisces Eva Mendes.
Nico was born in the year 1995 to parents Isabelle and Chris Greetham. Other members of the Greetham family include the gifted dancer’s siblings (both sisters) Gabriella and Natalie Greetham.
Owning to diverse family backgrounds, Nico embraces mixed ethnicity. His biological father was of Sottish descent while his mother carried Colombian ancestry.
A graduate of Osbourn Park High School, Nico oned his dancing & acting skillsets at Virginia-based “Rhythm Dance Company.”
Height, Net Worth
Nico Greetham ended his “So You Think You Can Dance” stint with top 10 finishing. With fellow contestants, he then embarked on the nationwide tour.
Pursuing his childhood passion, Nico began auditioning for roles. He was eventually tipped to portray the Yellow Ranger in the hit Nickelodeon series “Power Rangers: Ninja Steel.”
With a bright future ahead of him, Nico Greetham could accumulate millions in net worth. As for his height, he measures five feet & ten inches.
Nico Greetham Gay, Girlfriend, Dating
Unsurprisingly, Nico Greetham’s “So You Think Can Dance” run gave birth to gay rumors. Given his elegance and finesse on the stage, fans couldn’t help but assume so. It took a very public relationship with a co-star to clear the gossips about the dancer’s sexuality.
Circa early-2018, Nico sparked dating rumors with fellow “Power Rangers: Ninja Steel” star Zoe Robins.
While still together, Nico and his girlfriend Zoe Robins were an ever-present face on each other’s Instagram and Twitter.
By early-2019, the relationship between Nico and Zoe had met an unexpected dead end. As the lovebirds stopped sharing snaps, fans suspected that they might have called it quits.
Last modified: November 14, 2019