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Armen started dancing at the age of ten in Russia. Although specializing in Latin dance, Armen is an incredibly versatile dancer having studied a variety of unique dance styles including ballet, hip hop, break dance and international folk dances. Armen earned numerous Latin championship titles throughout Russia and Germany. During his career in Russia, Armen worked in Nadezhda Babkina’s theater named Russkaya Pesnya. Together they performed on numerous stages including Slavyanyaskaiy Bazaar in Belarus, and in Bocharov Ruchey at the Summit of Seven Presidents of the Caucasus in Sochi. Armen has also performed on broadcasts of RTR Television’s New Years’ Eve event with Lolita, Dima Bilan, Philipp Kirkorov, Valeria and more. Throughout his career, Armen has also performed on the biggest stages in Moscow such as Kremlin, Luzhniki, and Ostankino, and Russian entrepreneur, Vladimir Lisitcin. His background also includes performances on TV shows like Eurovision Russia, Star of the Dance Floor, Talk Show with Maxim Galkin featuring actor Pierre Richard, and MTV Russia featuring Liga Lize. He relocated to the US in 2009 and continued competing and started performing in shows and charity events throughout Los Angeles. Some of his most notable accomplishments in the U.S. so far have been working as a professional dancer in Dancing With The Stars, Live in Las Vegas, several appearances as a guest performer on ABC’s hit TV show Dancing With The Stars, featured participant on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance, dancer on MOVE Live on Tour with Derek & Julianne Hough, guest dancer in Fox’s TV drama, Bones, choreographer and dancer for the Iranian icon, Googoosh, instructor to Toni Braxton, Maria Menounos and other celebrities. Armen Way was chosen as top 5 fitness instructor by the LA FitExpo and "Wow The Crowd" featuring his signature Latin Dance Workout class. He was recently featured as and actor and dancer in a viral J-Balvin video "Downtown" with Lele Pons and played Russian agent in HBO's "Room 104" TV series.