Ricky Ubeda skyrocketed to popularity by winning the 11th season of beloved dance competition show “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Read along to learn Ricky’s wiki-style biography!
How Old Is Ricky Ubeda? Wiki, Family & Ethnicity
On 4th December 2018, Ricky Ubeda turned 23 years of age. The Miami, Florida native is birthday buddies with Hip-Hop icon Jay-Z.
As of November 2019, Ricky didn’t garner a Wikipedia profile. As a result, supporters found it difficult to draw info on his family lineage, siblings, biological parents, and education.
Talking about his ethnicity, Ricky could identify as a Latino man. Born to a Cuban mother and a father with Spanish ancestry, the beloved dancer seems to embrace both sides of his family.
Height & Net Worth Info
Ricky Ubeda took a keen interest in dancing as a 9-year-old. Performing and dancing on his own for the next three years, he grew even more passionate.
When Ricky turned 12, he began taking lessons in contemporary dance style.
With the bundle of energy, 18-year-old Ricky auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance.” Not only did he manage to get selected, but also win the dance competition which aired in Summer 2014.
Post-“So You Think You Can Dance” stint, Ricky landed a feature on Steven Spielberg-led Broadway “West Side Story.”
Gifted with five feet & seven+ inches height, Ricky reportedly owns a sweet six-figure net worth.
Boyfriend, Dating & Gay
By the time his “So You Think You Can Dance” tenure ended, everybody had pegged Ricky Upeda to be a gay man. Years before, he had professed pride in dancing at a pride parade via tweet.
Ricky once enjoyed an enviable dating life with fellow gay dancer Reed Luplau.
In Fall 2016, Ricky essentially unveiled Reed as his boyfriend on Instagram. Per the post, the lovebirds had begun dating in October 2015.
Fast forward to the Summer 2018, the romance between Ricky and his boyfriend Reed fizzled out. They were no longer popping on each other’s social media.
As fans waited for Ricky and Reed to confirm the split, the latter stepped out with his new partner Stephen Hernandez in January 2019.
Last modified: November 7, 2019