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Sandra Bezic Biography

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Sandra Bezic's facts

Date of Birth 1956-04-06
Nationality Canadian
Profession pair skater, figure skating choreographer, and television commentator
Ethnicity White
Name on Birth Sandra Marie Bezic
Height 5'4'' (1.62 m)
Nick Name Sandra Bezic
Place of Birth Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sandra Bezic nicknamed for her real name Sandra Marie Bezic is a Canadian pair skater, figure skating choreographer and television commentator for her major lifelong profession. She has been awarded by Canadian Figure Skating Championships from 1970-1974 along with her partner. She has been placed at ninth at the 1972Winter Olympics. She has been famous for her competitive programs skated by many Olympic and World championships including Barbara Undehill and Paul Martini (1984 Worlds), Brian Boitano (1988 Winter Olympics), Kristi Yamaguchi (1992 Winter Olympics), Kurt Browning (1993 Worlds), and Tara Lipinski (1998 Winter Olympics). She has also choreographed programs for Jill Trenary, Chen Lu, Joannie Rochette, Kim Yuna, Takahiko Kozuka, and other skaters.

Turning to back to her early life, she was born on April 6, 1956 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her study line hasn’t yet disclosed in public to date. As a result her fans are looking forward to know her in personal with great curiosity. But on according to some sources, she has been linked to skating from her early age. At her initial time, she used to skate with her brother Val Bezic. At that time their pair had been one of the best pairs in entire skating groups.

With partner and brother Val Bezic, she won the Canadian Figure Skating Championships from 1970–1974 and placed ninth at the 1972 Winter Olympics. Skate Canada announced on July 14, 2010, that she will be inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame in the professional category. Apart from her skating skill, she has also worked as a commentator for NBC during the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 Olympic games, the World Figure Skating Championships during the early 1990s, and numerous other skating events broadcast by NBC and CBC over the years.

For several years she was the director, co-producer, and choreographer for Stars on Ice, for which she won an Emmy Award in 2003. Beside that she has also choreographed for several television figure skating specials including Canvas of Ice, Carmen on Ice, and You Must Remember This. Additionally, she is also a great author in her part time. She has written the book The Passion to Skate (ISBN 1-57036-375-7), (ISBN 0-83626452-5). She had also served as a judge on the CBC television program Battle of the Blades in each season. She is credited as Marlon Brando's skating coach in The Freshman (1990) and appears with him in the skating rink scene.  

Talking about her personal life, she has not yet found willing to share her personal life with media to large extent. She prefers to be famous on her profession and loves to let her personal life in secure state. She has a marvelous looking personality. Her bold facial expression is one of the best parts about her.

Till the date her photos and images are available all over the internet sites. One of the interesting parts about her profession is her is her marvelous body language has attracted huge mass of fans from all over the world. Her body language has great sense of attitude. According to study upon her profile searches in internet, her photos and images are in high rate of demand among her fans. She has been an idle for most of people who has a dream to be like her. Talking about her social linkage, she has not yet actively seen on any social sites.

But, soon she will be linked to her fans to communicate with her easily. Hence it seems her fans and followers have to wait little longer with patience to know about her in more detail. She has loved the way she has been admired among her fans and followers and in a parallel way, her fans are also expecting further details about her as well. She can be followed on her twitter account @SandraBezic.