|Birth date||July 7, 1990|
|So You Think You Can Dance Profile|
|Partner(s)|| Jonathan "Legacy" Perez|
Ryan Di Lello
|Season(s) as all-star||Season 11|
Kathryn Renée McCormick was a contestant on season 6 of So You Think You Can Dance. Her genre is contemporary. She was announced as second runner-up.
Kathryn started dancing at the age of 3 at her mother's studio, Dance Connection, before moving to Augusta West Studio, where her mother also studied. It was during her junior year of high school that she finally realized that her dream was to become a professional dancer.
After graduating, she attended the Tremaine Dance Convention’s Apprenticeship Company where she learned diverse styles of dance. Kathryn was lucky enough to join Tremaine in Costa Rica in 2008 for their Jazz Fest event where she danced and assisted in workshops while also participating in mission aid work with the program Boy with a Ball ministries in Santo Domingo.
Later that year, Kathryn received her first professional movie role in the Fame remake as a supporting dancer, prompting her move to LA to pursue more opportunities. Kathryn traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland with Urban Poets, a performance company where she danced in Edinburgh’s renowned "Fringe Festival" in the production of "Scribble". She has also modeled for StagewearLA’s costume catalog.
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Kathryn has been featured in the music video for "Jar of Hearts" by Christina Perri. She performed on Dancing with the Stars on November 20, 2012 and April 7, 2014. She has played the role of Emily Anderson in the fourth Step Up movie, Step Up Revolution in 2012, and will be in the upcoming film Dance-Off in 2014.
|Season 6 Contestants|
Ariana DeBose · Ashleigh Di Lello · Bianca Revels · Brandon Dumlao · Channing Cooke · Ellenore Scott · Jakob Karr · Jonathan "Legacy" Perez · Karen Hauer · Kathryn McCormick · Kevin Hunte · Mollee Gray · Nathan Trasoras · Noelle Marsh · Pauline Mata · Peter Sabasino · Phillip Attmore · Russell Ferguson · Ryan Di Lello · Victor Smalley