Carrie Ann Inaba

Carrie Ann Inaba is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, television dance competition judge, actor, game show host, and singer from the United States. Carrie Ann Inaba is a celebrity dancer who has appeared on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.

What is the Net worth of Carrie Ann Inaba?

Carrie Ann has amassed a sizable fortune as a dancer, actor, and a variety of other professions. Her net worth is reported to be approximately $8 million. Her remuneration has yet to be revealed.

Biography and Early Life


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As of 2022, Carrie Ann Inaba is 54 years old. She was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on the 5th of January 1968. Her parents  was Patty Inaba (mother) and Rodney Y.Inaba (father). She was the younger of two sisters and brothers. However, no information about her siblings is revealed. Carrie Ann is also interested in a variety of other dance forms. As a result, she also sang in the chorus and played the piano and violin. Similarly, she is of American nationality and is of mixed Japanese, Chinese, and Irish origin.

Education Background

Carrie Ann attended Hanahaouli School and subsequently Punahou School, according to her educational background. She earned a BA from the University of California, Los Angeles after attending Sophia University and California University, Irvine. A bachelor’s degree in world expressions and societies is required.

Career and Professional Life

One of her earliest jobs was as a dancer for the Emmy Award-winning television series In Living Color (1990). Her next major engagement was as the Pole Girl on Madonna’s The Girlie Show tour. For this event, Carrie Ann had to shave her head and practice with circus trainers and a stripper. Carrie Ann’s primary interest when she began her acting career was in real-life situations. She trained judo with Billy Blanks, the inventor of the taebo, and continues to practice the martial art. She also does hatha yoga. Carrie Ann is always looking for new ways to incorporate her childhood experiences into her work.

She went on to dance alongside Ricky Martin, David Copperfield, and Chayanne, as well as appear on events such as The Creative Arts Emmys, The SAG Awards, The NAACP Awards, The MTV Awards, and The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986), among others. She continues to like dancing to this day. As an artist, she will always be inspired by the movement and song in her heart. Even as an actress, she enjoys incorporating dance and movement.

Founded a video production firm

Aside from her on-screen accomplishments, Carrie Ann has received a number of accolades off-screen. Aside from choreography, she formed EnterMediArts, Inc., a computerized video production company that offered two of her documentaries to her short film. She is the president and CEO of the company, and she has handled and edited several of her own projects. Carrie Ann enjoys the film industry and the convenience of DV (Digital Video).

She believes, on the other hand, that EnterMediArts, Inc. will soon produce more reality/instruction TV programs, prepare DVDs off-camera, and even finish end-of-film tasks. Carrie Ann has a tendency to cross boundaries and combine elements, as her company’s name implies, resulting in half-breeds, much as she is a mix of cultures herself. EnterMediArts, Inc., her development firm, has changed its name from Music, Media, and The Arts-all to EnterMediArts, Inc.

Carrie Ann Inaba  has appeared in and was featured on the covers of European and Japanese magazines. She was the worldwide spokesmodel for an AT&T Asiana campaign and has starred in various advertisements during her career. She was also nominated for Emmy Awards twice.

Carrie, then 18 years old, won a talent event in Hawaii in 1986. She was then given songs to read phonetically in Japanese from a lyric sheet in order to prepare her for a career as a pop star in Japan. Despite the fact that her debut track reached the Top 50, she had little success in her singing career. She was a popular singer who lived in Tokyo from 1986 until 1988. The remaining three singles, “Party Girl” (backed by “China Blue”), “Be Your Girl” (backed by “612 Capezio”), and “Yume no Senaka” (supported by “Searching”), were issued in a similar fashion. She even had a weekly radio and television show.


American Idol, In Search of the Partridge Family (in which she also appeared on-air), Married by America, American Juniors, All American Girl, He’s a Lady, The Sexiest Bachelor in America Pageant, The Swan, and Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? have all featured her choreography. For five years, she coordinated the Miss America Pageant. She originally appeared on So You Think You Can Dance in the first season, where she contributed choreography for the “choreography round.” Carrie even judged the 2009 USA Dance National DanceSport Championships as an honorary judge.


Carrie worked as a producer for the Broadway production Burn the Floor at the Longacre Theatre in New York. East West Players, the country’s oldest Asian Pacific American theatrical group, honored her with the Visionary Award in 2008 for her efforts to boost “the visibility of the Asian American community through theater, cinema, and television.”

Status of Relationship

In terms of Carrie Ann’s personal life, she is currently dating @offroad husky. She, on the other hand, dated Russian dancer Artem Chigvintsev. From 2006 until 2008, she dated him for two years. She met Jesse Sloan on the dating service eHarmony after her divorce from Artem Chigvintsev. Carrie Ann got engaged to Jesse Sloan after a long romance. However, in September 2012, she called off her engagement with him owing to personal issues. In 2016, she was also in a relationship with Robb Derringer. Unfortunately, the romance only lasted a year.

Aspects of Health

She indicated in a 2011 interview with Prevention that she was legally blind, with 20/750 vision that can be corrected with eyeglasses and contact lenses. She also discussed her spinal stenosis, which she believes began as a result of a neck injury she sustained while participating in gymnastics when she was eight years old.

Ann Inaba also has Sjögren syndrome, a chronic autoimmune inflammatory illness in which moisture-producing glands are destroyed. As the Sjögren Syndrome Foundation’s National Awareness Ambassador and Spokesperson, she has declared her dedication to raising SS awareness and promoting financing for research, treatment, and a cure. She revealed on September 17, 2019, that she had recently been diagnosed with Lupus.

Social Media and Body Measurement

Carrie Ann is a stunning lady. She is a dancer and an actress with a lot of talent. In terms of height, she is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 55 kg. Her body measurements are 35-28-37 inches, and her feet are 6 inches (US). Carrie  bra size is 32B, as well. Her hair is black, and her eyes are dark brown.


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Carrie Annis is a social media user. On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, she has a sizable fan base. On the other hand, she has over 274k Facebook fans and over 369k Instagram fans, with 3,164 posts. She also joined Twitter in July 2009 and has 310k followers.

Facts of Carrie Ann Inaba

Full Name: Carrie Inaba
Born Date: 05 Jan, 1968
Age: 54 years
Horoscope: Capricorn
Lucky Number: 3
Lucky Stone: Topaz
Lucky Color: Brown
Best Match for Marriage: Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus
Gender: Female
Profession: Actress, Singer, Dancer ,Television Jugde
Country: USA
Height: 5 feet 7 inches (1.70m)
Marital Status: in-relation
Break Up Artem Chigvintsev(2006-2008), Jesse Sloan (2009-2012), and Robb Derringer(2016-2017)
Net Worth $8 million
Eye Color Dark brown
Hair Color black hair
Body Size 35-28-37
Birth Place Honolulu, Hawaii
Nationality American
Ethnicity Japanese, Chinese and Irish
Education Sophia University
Father Rodney Y.Inaba
Mother Patty Inaba
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Twitter Carrie Inaba Twitter
Instagram Carrie Inaba Instagram

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