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Ray won the fourth series of Dancing on Ice in 2009 and the final 'All Stars' series in 2014.
On 22 February 2015, he was the winner for the first series of Get Your Act Together.
At the age of six, he started dancing lessons at the Chiltern School of Dance and Drama, under the guidance and teaching of Colette Byatt.
Following his national recognition as a child actor, he transferred over to the Merseyside Dance and Drama College, where he was taught singing lessons from the age of nine.
Ray cites his vocal coach, Suzanne Taylor, as a major influence in his career.
From 2000 to 2003, Quinn portrayed the role of victimised yet tormented child Anthony Murray in the Channel 4 soap opera, Brookside.With the eighth series of Dancing On Ice now in full swing, it’s hard to tell who’s going to triumph on their skates just yet.Here, we take a look back at our favourite celebrity skaters over the years to give the current bunch something to aim towards… Ray Quinn Actor-turned-singer-turned-dancer Ray Quinn appeared in the fourth series of Dancing On Ice back in 2009.But the duo, who wore matching tuxedos, executed a near-perfect choreography with their jungle jive and a sequence of lifts and they were awarded eights from Robin and Karen and nines from Ashley and Jason.Robin said he would have liked to have seem more character, saying: 'The stuff that worked worked really well.I was learning to skate.”The Eurovision winner was kicked off the show after being pitted against Donna Air in the skate-off.