Matt Evers

Matt Evers

Evers and Denise Welch on the Dancing on Ice tour in 2011
Born Matt Evers
March 16, 1976 (1976-03-16) (age 35)
Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Matt Evers (born 16 March 1976) is an American pair skater, model and TV personality.



With his partner Heather Allebach, Evers won the Junior pairs title at the 1998 U.S. Championships.[1] Evers is currently training as a professional actor, model and spokesperson for U.S. and European manufacturers at trade shows, in commercials and print media.[2]


Pair skating with Allebach:

Event 1997 1998
U.S. Championships 9th J. 1st J.

Dancing On Ice

Evers has also appeared in all 6 series of Dancing on Ice partnering Bonnie Langford (where they were placed 3rd place), Lisa Scott-Lee, Suzanne Shaw where they won the competition in 2008 beating Chris Fountain and Frankie Poultney in the final 2. In the final, both of their performances scored the perfect 30 out of 30 which was a Dancing on Ice first and judge Nicky Slater said 'they were his champions and they deserved to win on the night'. During previous weeks the couple had received controversial comments from Nicky himself. In 2009 he partnered Zöe Salmon and they were popular with the public and judges but they were eliminated in the Skate-off against Jessica Taylor and Pavel Aubrecht. In the 5th series of Dancing on Ice, Matt's partner was Heather Mills. Alas, they were eliminated on the 5th week, losing out to Kieron Richardson. For the 6th series of the show, Matt is partnered with Denise Welch.

Personal life

Evers has been dating fellow professional ice-dancer Kristina Lenko since October 2008.


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Blades of Glory Skate Tree #1


Preceded by
Kyran Bracken and Melanie Lambert
Dancing on Ice Champion
(with partner Suzanne Shaw)

Series 3 (2008)
Succeeded by
Ray Quinn and Maria Filippov

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