Santé D'Amours Fortunato, a Portuguese and French Canadian, began her professional career as a dancer at the tender age of 12 in Vancouver where she grew up. (I started modeling for a dance catalogue when i was 12 years old and have since continued modeling for other clients.)
In 2011, she received her CEGEP College Diploma from the National Circus School, Montreal in hula hoop, contortion and aerial hoop.
She performed as a contortionist for the Opening Ceremonies of the World Police and Fire Games at GM Place stadium to an audience of 55,000, and at the Russian Pavilion at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
She was featured on the TV Show, "La Vie est un Cirque" in 2011 as a hula hoop soloist, and in 2012 as a contortionist.
She has never forgetten her passion for dance and can be seen dancing in the recently released Julia Roberts movie, "Mirror Mirror."
Later in the fall she left for Venice, Italy as a Specialty Act with Celebrity Cruises.
You can find out more about me on my website www.santefortunato.com