Joseph burst into the living rooms of millions of Britain's Got Talent viewers when he danced his way to the semi-final. He wowed the judges with his dazzling homage to the Hollywood greats, tipping his hat to the choreography of Fred Astaire and The Nicholas Brothers, fusing modern moves with classic style.
Joseph was born into a large family, the eighth of ten children and from an early age he demonstrated a passion for dance.
Inspired by legends such as Michael Jackson, James Brown, Fred Astaire and The Nicholas Brothers, until the age of 16 Joseph was a self-taught dancer. He learned street dance, break dance and jazz from television, films and online access to archive footage.
Wanting to expand his knowledge and dance technique, Joseph attended a performing arts course at Clarendon College. He graduated after completing a BND 1 and 2 along with a HND in Performing Arts and has since returned to Clarendon as a guest teacher.
After completing his qualifications, Joseph beat thousands of dancers to appear on BBC1's Strictly Dance Fever, where he went on to win the show with his dance partner Sadie Flower. The couple achieved straight tens from all four judges (Arlene Philips, Jason Gardiner, Luca Tomassini and Stacey Haynes). The couple danced Cuban Salsa, Argentine Tango, Charleston, Lindy-Hop, Mambo, Waltz, Hustle, Milonga, Dirty Dancing and a showdance.
Joseph Hall is available for West End theatre contracts, television and film appearances and touring. He is an accomplished singer and also has a CRB certificate.