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Born
Kalani Brooke Hilliker

September 23, 2000 (age 20)
NationalityAmerican
Years active2011–present
RelativesKira Girard (mother)
Matthew Hilliker (father)
Jax Girard (half-brother)
Jett Newman (half-brother)
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Kalani Brooke Hilliker (born September 23, 2000) is an American dancer, actress, model, fashion designer, and YouTuber. She rose to fame in 2013 as a contestant on the Lifetime reality series Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition and subsequently appeared on Dance Moms, becoming a regular cast member from 2014 to 2017.

Life and career[edit]

Hilliker was born on September 23, 2000 in Mesa, Arizona to Kira Girard (née Salazar) and Matthew Hilliker. She has two younger maternal half-brothers, Jax and Jett. In October 2019, Hilliker moved to Los Angeles.[1] However, in January 2021, she announced on her YouTube channel that she left L.A., as Hilliker now lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.[2]

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Hilliker started dancing at the age of two. Her mother initially enrolled her in dance classes because she thought it would be fun to dress her daughter up. Hilliker then furthered her training at Club Dance in Mesa when she was five-years-old and began her ballet training at the Master Ballet Academy in Arizona at the age of 10. In 2011, Hilliker and several of her dance friends entered Disney Channel's Make Your Mark Ultimate Dance Off contest, vying for the prize of a featured role on the hit show Shake It Up. Her group, AKsquared, won the competition, and was featured in the Shake It Up episode 'Camp It Up.' The on-camera experience left Hilliker knowing she wanted to pursue being a professional dancer. In 2013, Hilliker became a series dance regular on the ABC Family show Bunheads, appearing in multiple episodes as Baby Bun. That same year, she took part in Lifetime's Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, a dance reality competition series. Hilliker made it to the final four, having finished in fourth place. Following her top four finish, Hilliker and her mother were invited by Abby Lee Miller to join the cast of Dance Moms and to replace Brooke and Paige Hyland on the Abby Lee Dance Company team. They first appeared in the season four episode 'Big Trouble in the Big Apple.' After several weeks with the ALDC in season 4, Hilliker became a permanent member of the team at the beginning of the competition season during season five. She danced as part of the ALDC until the second half of the seventh season, when she left to form The Irreplaceables with Nia Frazier, Kendall Vertes, Chloe Lukasiak, and Camryn Bridges, which was led by Dancing with the Stars alum Cheryl Burke. Following the season finale, she departed from the show entirely.

In December 2017, after the seventh season of Dance Moms wrapped, Hilliker, Kendall, and Chloe embarked on The Irreplaceables Tour, holding workshops and dancing in cities across North America and abroad.[3]

In 2018, she began starring on the web series Dirt.[4]

Currently, Hilliker has a sock line called 'Pretty Feet by Kalani', which is sold at Claire's. She also has a prom dress collection, which she helped design in partnership with PromGirl.[5]

In July 2020, Kalani was photographed with a Blue Lives Matter flag.[6] Then, in November 2020, Hilliker publicly announced that she would be supporting Donald Trump's presidential campaign in the 2020 United States presidential election.[7]

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Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

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YearFilmRoleNotes
2018Brat's Happy Death Day 2USabrinaShort Film/ Clip:
2018SwipedAshley
2019Breaking BrooklynContemporary DancerDance: Clip:
TBAAdrenochrome IITBAPre-Production: Clip:

Television and web[edit]

YearFilmRoleNotes
2011Shake It UpHerself (member of AKsquared)Guest,
Episode: 'Camp It Up'
2013BunheadsBaby BunUncredited
Abby's Ultimate Dance CompetitionHerself (contestant)Season 2, 12 episodes,
Placed 4th
2014America's Got TalentHerself (contestant, member of contortion group 'Complexity')Cameo,
1 episode
2014–2017Dance MomsHerselfMain, Seasons 4 – 7
2018–PresentDirtSabrinaMain Role
2020Tiger KingdomHerselfGuest

Music videos[edit]

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YearSongArtistRole
2014'It's A Girl Party'Mack Z/ Mackenzie ZieglerSupporting
2015'Turn Up The Track'Justin LeeSupporting
2015'Wear 'Em Out'Kendall K VertesSupporting
2016'Ease On Down The Boulevard'Todrick HallSupporting
2016'Dance Moms: Me Too'Meghan TrainorMain Cast, along with Brynn Rumfallo, JoJo Siwa, Kendall Vertes and Nia Sioux
2016'Winner'Nia SiouxCameo
2016'My Name'Mackenzie SolLead
2017'Where Would I Be Without You'Kendall K VertesSupporting

Awards and nominations[edit]

YearAwardCategoryResult
2011The Dance AwardsMini Female Best Dancer2nd Runner-up
2013The Dance AwardsJunior Female Best Dancer1st Place
2015Industry Dance AwardsFavorite Dancer 17 & UnderNominated
2016The Dance AwardsTeen Female Best Dancer2nd Runner-Up
2016Teen Choice AwardsChoice DancerNominated
2017The Dance AwardsTeen Female Best Dancer2nd Runner-Up
2017Industry Dance AwardsFavorite Dancer 17 & UnderNominated

References[edit]

  1. ^'Moving Into My first Apartment'. YouTube. Retrieved May 26, 2020.
  2. ^'I Moved Out Of LA??- Kalani Hilliker'. YouTube. Retrieved January 24, 2021.
  3. ^Dunn, Mackenzie. 'Kalani Hilliker Has Moved On From 'Dance Moms''. Woman'sDay. Hearst Digital Media. Retrieved April 23, 2020.
  4. ^'Kalani Hillker - Biography'. IMDb. Amazon. Retrieved April 23, 2020.
  5. ^Dunn, Mackenzie. 'Kalani Hilliker Has Moved On From 'Dance Moms''. Woman'sDay. Hearst Digital Media. Retrieved April 23, 2020.
  6. ^'@teaontok on Instagram: 'a video is going around of dancemoms star @kalanihilliker on a boat with the blue lives matter flag behind her. next slides are what her…''. Instagram. Retrieved November 6, 2020.
  7. ^Twitterhttps://mobile.twitter.com/KalaniHilliker/status/1323683048332972033. Retrieved November 9, 2020.Missing or empty title= (help)

External links[edit]

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  • Kalani Hilliker at IMDb

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