Born to Tamara Nolet and former Olympic gymnast Alan Nolet, Briar Nolet initially pursued gymnastics, inspired by her father. She has a sister named Abbey, who is also a dancer.
At the age of seven, she discovered her passion for dance and began competing in dance competitions as part of the Canadian Dance Company when she was 12 years old.
Her dedication and skill led her to the final round of "World of Dance" Season 3, where she achieved a commendable 5th place.
Aside from her performances, Briar has also contributed as a choreographer for an episode in Season 7 of "The Next Step."
In her personal life, she has been in a relationship with Myles Erlick since the age of 16, and they currently live together. During high school, Briar was homeschooled to accommodate her dance commitments.
Regarding her personal life, Briar Nolet has been in a committed relationship with actor Myles Erlick since they were 13 years old.
At the age of 16, Briar was diagnosed with epilepsy, which she bravely opened up about during her time on "World of Dance."
During her time on "World of Dance," she shared her experience of dealing with seizures, which began when she was 16 years old.
Her favorite color is sky blue, and she has a fondness for the movie "High School Musical" and the childhood show "So You Think You Can Dance."
When it comes to snacks, Briar enjoys strawberries with sugar. Additionally, she showcases her remarkable talent by being able to perform 12 front aerials in a row.
Briar Nolet's journey in the entertainment industry began at an early age, participating in dance competitions throughout Canada. Since joining "The Next Step" in 2014, she has been part of the franchise's tours in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
In 2017, she auditioned for the first season of the NBC dance series "World of Dance" but didn't progress further. However, Briar returned for the third season and made a lasting impression, securing a fifth place.
Her electrifying performances earned her an invitation from Jennifer Lopez to join the It's My Party Tour.
In addition to her television work, Briar has appeared in various movies, including "Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight" and "Blood Hunters." She also had a role in the Netflix film "Let It Snow." As of 2021, Briar Nolet's net worth is estimated to be between $200,000 and $1 million.
Initially misdiagnosed with anxiety, Briar sought medical advice from a neurologist in Toronto and was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 19.
Briar Nolet continues to impress audiences with her exceptional talent and versatility in the performing arts, solidifying her position as a remarkable artist in the industry.
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