FANDOM


Sarah Ashley Hunt
Sarah Hunt
Gender Female
Age 13
Birthdate May 15, 2005
Nationality American
Hometown Pittsburgh, PA
Height 5' 1"
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
School Grade {{{school grade}}}
Professional Information
Profession Student
Dancer
Singer
Actress
Affiliations Abby Lee Dance Company
Dance Studios Abby Lee Dance Company
Titles Regional Petite Miss Energy 2014
Regional Mini Female Outstanding Dancer 2016
Friends and Family
Parents Christy Hunt (mother)
George Hunt (father)
Siblings Isaiah Jonathan (younger brother)
Zachariah (younger brother)
Jeremiah (younger brother)
Friends Brooke Kosinski
Haley Vrolijk
Mackenzie Ziegler
Pets unknown
Nicknames unknown
Sarah Ashley Hunt was born on May 25, 2005 to George and Christy Hunt. She has two younger brothers, Zachariah and Isaiah Jonathan. Sarah is a young dancer who has appeared in seasons 4 and 5 of Lifetime's reality television series, Dance Moms, alongside her mother.

Sarah and her family are devout Christians.

She is a member of the Abby Lee Dance Company's mini company and competes with their competition team, as well as off and on with the ALDC's junior select ensemble team and the junior elite competition team.

Sarah played the role of Clara in a Christmas production of The Nutcracker in 2014. Sarah recently became a model for the popular dancewear brand California Kisses, along with fellow dancers Peyton Heitz, Taylor Nunez & Sophia Lucia.

DancesEdit

SolosEdit

Everybody Can Be a Princess - ballet - 2012

  • did not place - Dance Educators of America in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • did not place - Onstage New York in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

My Pa - lyrical - 2013

  • 1st overall junior solo, 1st junior lyrical solo - Hollywood Vibe in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1st overall mini world solo - World Class Talent Experience in Rockville, Maryland
  • 1st overall small wonder solo - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 2nd overall small fry solo - Dance Educators of America in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Scary Little Monster - contemporary - 2014

  • 1st overall small wonder solo, 4th overall solo - Sheer Talent in Wheeling, West Virginia

On My Own - contemporary - 2014

  • 1st overall petite solo - Energy Dance Competition in Waterford, Michigan

One Heart - lyrical - 2015

  • 1st overall mini solo - In10sity Dance Competition in Providence, New Jersey

Another World - lyrical - 2015

  • 1st junior lyrical solo, 5th overall junior solo - Hollywood Vibe in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 3rd overall mini solo - 24/SEVEN Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 6th overall mini solo - NYCDA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Violente - pointe - 2015

Odalisque Variation - pointe

  • 3rd overall junior solo - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Winter - lyrical - 2016

  • 2nd overall junior solo - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 4th overall mini solo - NUVO Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 6th overall mini solo - NYCDA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Thy Will Be Done - lyrical - choreographed by Gianna Martello - 2017

  • 1st overall preteen solo - Sheer Talent Competition in Wheeling, West Virginia
  • 2nd overall preteen solo - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Blur - lyrical - choreographed by Gianna Martello - 2018

  • unknown scoring - 24/SEVEN Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

DuetsEdit

Pop Princesses - lyrical (with Brynn Rumfallo) - 2015

  • 1st overall junior duet/trio - New York Dance Experience in Long Beach, California

GroupsEdit

with Abby Lee Dance CompanyEdit

Angels Among Us - lyrical (with Nina Cerniglia, Nick Dobbs, Brooke Kosinski, Anastasia Rose, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2013

Please, Mr. Postman - tap (with Haley Vrolijk, and others) - 2013

Borrowed Angels - lyrical (with Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Kylie Edwards, Brooke Kosinski, Sammie Lenzi, Anastasia Rose, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2014

  • 3rd overall mini group - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A Little Party - jazz (with Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Nia Frazier, Brooke Kosinski, Sammie Lenzi, Anastasia Rose, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2014

  • 1st overall mini line - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1st overall mini line - NUVO Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1st overall junior line - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1st overall junior line - Sheer Talent Competition Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada

GNO - jazz (with Nia Frazier, Brooke Kosinski, Sammie Lenzi, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2014

  • 2nd overall mini group - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 2nd overall mini group - NUVO Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 2nd overall junior group - Sheer Talent Competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 4th overall junior group - Sheer Talent Competition Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada

Toy Box - lyrical acrobatic (with Brooke Kosinski, Sammie Lenzi, Anastasia Rose, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2014

  • 3rd overall mini group - NUVO Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Dollhouse - contemporary (with Nia Frazier, Brooke Kosinski, Ryan Nogy, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2015

  • 3rd overall junior group - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Everybody Goes - contemporary (with Payton Ackerman, Maddie Bennett, Nia Frazier, Olivia Ice, Brooke Kosinski, Kassidy Leon, Katherine Narasimhan, Ryan Nogy, Madison Porter, Hope Roberts, Ian Schmoke, Keara Sweeney, Alison Taylor, Kendall Vertes, Carolyn Whitney, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2015

  • 2nd overall teen extended line - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Get Here - lyrical (with Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Kylie Edwards, Jessa Kinter, Brooke Kosinski, Anastasia Rose, Haley Vrolijk, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2015

I Am Light - lyrical (with Brooke Kosinski, Katherine Narasimhan, Hope Roberts, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2015

  • 1st overall teen group - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Make Way - hip hop (with Alex Biery, Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Kylie Edwards, Jessa Kinter, Brooke Kosinski, Dyson Ramey, Anastasia Rose, Haley Vrolijk, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2015

Watercolors - specialty (with Brooke Kosinski, Anastasia Rose, Haley Vrolijk, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2015

Wikked Lil Girls - jazz (with Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Kylie Edwards, Nia Frazier, Jessa Kinter, Brooke Kosinski, Anastasia Rose, Kendall Vertes, Haley Vrolijk, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler) - 2015

  • 3rd overall junior line - JUMP Dance Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Spare Change - lyrical (with Nina Cerniglia, Selah Curran, Kylie Edwards, Jessa Kinter, Brooke Kosinski, and Mackenzie Ziegler) - 2016

with Abby Lee Dance Company on Dance MomsEdit

The Good Life - contemporary (with Tea Adamson, Kamryn Beck, Jade Cloud, Ava Cota, Sarah Reasons, and Maddie Ziegler)

  • 1st overall - Energy Dance Competition in Youngstown, Ohio

The Rapture - contemporary (with Tea Adamson, Kamryn Beck, Jade Cloud, Ava Cota, and Sarah Reasons)

Broken Dolls - contemporary ballet (with Nia Frazier, Chloe Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes, Mackenzie Ziegler, and Maddie Ziegler)

  • 1st overall junior group - In10sity Cleveland Invitational in Olmsted Falls, Ohio

Something to Believe In - lyrical (with Nia Frazier, Kalani Hilliker, JoJo Siwa, Kendall Vertes, and Mackenzie Ziegler)

Club 42 - contemporary (with Nia Frazier, Kalani Hilliker, Jojo Siwa, Kendall Vertes, Brynn Rumfallo, Maddie Ziegler, and Mackenzie Ziegler

Fun FactsEdit

  • Abby Lee Miller has stated that she loves Sarah and thinks she is a beautiful dancer, but that she strongly dislikes her mother Christy.
  • Sarah was one of the only two select ensemble girls to return for season 5 of Dance Moms. (Sarah Reasons was the other team member to reappear.)
  • In episode 3 of season 5 when Sarah competed at In10sity with the junior elite team, Sarah was given the solo that was originally choreographed for JoJo Siwa. JoJo's mother complained that the choreography was too easy and childish, so Abby choreographed a new solo for JoJo and gave Sarah the old solo.

GalleryEdit

External LinksEdit