|Juan Pablo Di Pace|
|Birth Date||25 July 1979|
|Hometown||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Placement||6 / 5|
|Highest Score|| 30 (Samba, Jive, Charleston, |
Argentine Tango & Salsa)
|Lowest Score||22 (Salsa)|
Originally retrieved from abc.com
Juan Pablo Di Pace is an Argentine-born actor and director with an extensive music theatre background. Multilingual and fluent in English, Spanish and Italian, Di Pace began his career in the United Kingdom appearing in the London musical, Chicago. He then played the role of Danny Zuko in the Trieste production of Grease in Italy, which he also directed. Di Pace is best known for his role as the passionate Fernando on Netflix's original series, Fuller House, and as Jesus on NBC's A.D. The Bible Continues. Di Pace's other credits include a recurring role on the NBC series Camp opposite Rachel Griffiths, and guest starring roles on TBS's Angie Tribeca and FOX's Rosewood. Di Pace has made several appearances on British television including The Catherine Tate Show, Aftersun, New Tricks and River City. He made his film debut in Survival Island, opposite Billy Zane. He played Petros in the film classic, Mamma Mia!, alongside Meryl Streep. As a musician, Di Pace recorded three original cast albums—Mamma Mia, The Movie Soundtrack, Saturday Night Fever and Mas de 100 Mentiras—and released an album for his One Man Show, Primer Acto (Act One).
Dancing with the Stars 27
He was partnered with Cheryl Burke. They placed 5th / 6th.
|Week #||Dance / Song||Judges' scores||Result|
|1|| Salsa / "Dinero"|
Salsa / "Tu Sonrisa"
|2|| Quickstep / "42nd Street"|
Foxtrot / "Why Don't You Do Right?"
|3||Samba / "Ni Tu Ni Yo"||10||10||10||Safe|
|4||Cha-Cha-Cha / "Wavey"||8||8||8||Safe|
|5||Viennese Waltz / "Gaston"||10||9||10||No elimination|
|6||Jive / "Dead Man's Party"||10||10||10||Safe|
|7|| Charleston / "One Shot"|
Team Freestyle / "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)
|8|| Argentine Tango / "Libertango"|
Salsa / "Tu Sonrisa"
- Juan is the third Fuller House star on the show.
- Juan received the first 10 and the first perfect score of the season.