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‘DWTS’ Tristan MacManus Had 2 Heart Attacks By Age 36

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Former Dancing With the Stars professional dancer Tristan MacManus recently went public with the revelation that he has had two heart attacks in the last 12 years, one when he was just 26 years old. He also got very emotional talking about how when he had the first one, he didn’t even care that much because he was in a really dark place. But now he had a family and everything was different when he had the second heart attack.

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Speaking with Studio 10 in Australia, MacManus revealed that he first had a heart attack over a decade ago, when he was 26 and dancing in Las Vegas.

“It came at a time in me life when I was very down. I was kind of down and I didn’t know what it was [that made me feel down]. People were looking at me and going, ‘you have a great life,’ and I did, but at the same time, I just hated meself. I hated everything,” the 38-year-old dancer revealed.

“So when the first one happened, I didn’t really care what was going to happen,” MacManus said, adding, “I didn’t take drugs, it was nothing like that. Granted, I had a drinking problem and I knew that … I wasn’t looking after myself because I didn’t have anything to look after, in my eyes.

He recovered from that one and since then, he has married actress/producer Tahyna Tozzi and they had two children, Echo, 4, and Oisin, 1. They are also expecting their third child in 2021, Tozzi announced on Instagram back in November.

The Second Heart Attack Led to a Diagnosis of Myopericarditis

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MacManus went on to reveal that his second heart attack happened a few weeks after his 36th birthday, which would have been summer 2018, and it led to a diagnosis of myopericarditis. Myopericarditis is an inflammation of both the pericardium and the heart muscle and can lead to fluid in the heart. What made that particularly scary is that his grandfather suffered from the same condition and he died at the age of 36.

MacManus recalled playing in a soccer game with his friends and feeling a tightness or a “twist” in his chest. All he could think about was not scaring his wife and daughter, who were there to watch the game.

“I remember feeling a twist, just a twist in my chest and I thought oh, that’s bizarre … I didn’t know [I was having a heart attack] at the time. I started getting tingles down my arms … then I start feeling the twist and the pump, I started feeling it in my head … then I started getting hot … my head got real light,” said MacManus, adding, “I remember seeing [Tahyna and Echo] and going ‘they’re going to be scared if they know something’s going on here.’ … In my head, the only thing that mattered was that [they weren’t scared].”

MacManus said eventually he was diagnosed with having had a second heart attack and then the myopericarditis diagnosis came. What it taught him was to listen to his body more.

“The difference is now I know when to not push myself,” said MacManus. “I’m listening to my body more because I have a lot more at stake now. It’s not just about me now. It’s all about my family and that dark period … for a long time of my early life, I’ve been very privileged with the stuff I’ve gotten to do, but if you hate yourself, what’s the point? It’s not like I didn’t have people around me, I just didn’t like myself.”

He added, “It’s something that I feel as though I’ve come to terms with now and I just feel as though I need to get it off my chest a little bit, especially at a time when health is so important for everyone … make your health a priority.”

He emphasized that you need to make both your physical health and your mental health a priority.

“There will always be that fear. I couldn’t think of anything else that would be more scary than not seeing my kids grow up,” said MacManus, who was with Dancing With the Stars for five seasons. “Three strikes and you’re out.”

Dancing With the Stars will hopefully return with season 30 in 2021. ABC has not yet officially announced a renewal and premiere date.

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Facts about Tristan Ianainaro

Full name: Tristan Iananiyano
Age: 16 months 2 months 9000
Date of birth: August 25, 2004, 2004.
Horoscope: Virgo
Lucky number: 4
Lucky stone: Sapphire 80009
Successful color: Green
Best pair for marriage: Taurus, Capricorn
Place of birth: Toronto, Canada
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Paul: Male
Profession: Dancer
Pure cost: 1-5 million dollars
Nationality: Canadian
Hair color: dark brown
Eye color: dark brown
thanks to an appearance on Dancing with the Stars alongside Alana Thompson.

Tristan Ianiero was also awarded Best Male Dancer in 2015 and Best Junior Dancer in 2017.

Why is Tristan Ianiero famous?

  • Canadian dancer
  • Won mini male best dancer in 2015

Tristan Ianiero: age, biography, parents, family, siblings, childhood, ethnicity

in Toronto, Canada. He is currently 16 years old and his zodiac sign is Virgo. He was born to mother Stephanie Viola. She is an artistic director, co-owner of the Art & Soul Dance Company, dance teacher, judge and consultant. Tristan has made little mention of his father and only shared one photo with him on Instagram.

He grew up with his sister named Aisia Ianiero. She is also a dancer who trained at their mother's dance studio, the Art & Soul Dance Company, where Tristan also began dancing. Tristan has Canadian citizenship, but his nationality is unknown.

Education History

As for his education, he is studying the arts program at Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts. Other than that, there is no information about his current level of education and the institution he attends.

Did you know?

  • How old is Tristan Ianiero? - He is currently 16 years old.
  • Is Tristan Ianiero dating anyone? - He currently lives a single life.
  • How much is Tristan Ianoero's salary? - His fortune is between 1 and 5 million dollars.

All about Tristan Ianiero's career

He rose to fame as a professional dancer in the first season of Dancing with the Stars: Juniors in 2018. Similarly, Tristan has been dancing since 2010.

In addition, Tristan competed throughout North America. He won "Best Mini Class Dancer" in 2015 and "Best Junior Dancer" in 2017.

He collaborated with reality TV star Alana Thompson, also known as Honey Boo Boo. It was for the 2018 DTWS Juniors season. The couple's mentor was Artem Chigvintsev. Moreover, Alana and Tristan are ranked 8th in the season.

Tristan and Alana danced on Salsa / "Conga", Cha-Cha-Cha / "Don't Cha", "Foxtrot / Something There" and "Jazz / Ghostbusters".

The couple was eliminated from the 2018 show after performing the song Ghostbusters. In addition, Tristan is happy to train in all dance disciplines. He has also worked and performed both live and on television.

Tristan Ianiero: Net Worth (2020)

He has Net Worth Approximately $1 million to $5 million, but his salary and income are being reviewed.

Is Tristan Ianiero married? Wife, Children, Marriage

He may be currently single or in a romantic relationship with someone. Perhaps Tristan is keeping his relationship status and love affairs secret from the public. Or it could be that Tristan is actually single now and more focused on solidifying her dancing career.

Rumors and disputes

He maintains a clean public profile, away from rumors, scandals and controversies that could interfere with his professional career and personal life.

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Tristan Ianiero: height, weight, eye color

Tristan has dark brown eyes and hair of the same color. Tristana's height, weight, bust, waist and hip measurements, biceps, dress size, shoe size, etc. are not currently available.

Is Tristan Ianiero active on social media?

He is available under the username @tristan_ianiero on Instagram with over 60.4k followers. Other than that, Tristan doesn't seem to have a personal account on other social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.

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(find out when delete this message template is) 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 Tristan McManus (born 23 July 1982) Irish dancer best known for his professional performances at Dancing With The Stars , Dancing With The Stars and Dancing With The Stars Australia . In 2017, he went on tour with Mrs. Brown's Boys for Good Mourning, Mrs. Brown, Live 2017 playing Elder Peach. Since 2019, he has been a judge on the Australian version of Dancing With the Stars , along with Craig Revel Horwood and Sharna Burgess. [1]


  • 1 Early years
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      Ella Enchanted , he has performed in theater productions across Ireland, most notably at Cork City Opera House and the Gaiety Theatre, including Brian Flynn's Oliver! and Aladdin , among others. He then joined Simply Ballroom's UK tour and after a successful tour in London and Las Vegas, traveled to Australia and America where he performed as a dancer with Burn The Floor and Floorplay. [ need quote ]

      After numerous world tours and a year of ballroom and Latin dance training in Boston, he returned to Europe to join the cast of Dirty Dancing as a dance captain. He then performed for the second time in London's West End. [2]

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McManus first appeared on the twelfth season of Dancing With the Stars as part of a "dance troupe", performing several dances during the results show.

In the show's thirteenth season [3] [4] he returned with fellow troupe member Peta Murgatroyd to compete as a professional celebrity dance partner. His dance partner was HLN hostess and former prosecutor Nancy Grace. They were eliminated in week 8, just a week before the semi-finals, and finished in 5th place. For season 14, MacManus was paired with Grammy award-winning singer Gladys Knight. The pair were eliminated in week 6 after losing a "dance duel" to Disney Channel star Roshon Fegan and his partner Chelsea Hightower. They took 8th place.

In addition, during season 14 of Dancing with the Stars, McManus was featured in week 8 as a partner in a trio with a professional dancer. Mark Ballas and celebrity Katherine Jenkins. They performed Cha Cha Cha to Paul Anka's "She's a Lady" (popularized by Tom Jones) and received a "10" rating from the judges. Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli and "9" by Len Goodman.

For season 15, McManus was partnered with actress and season 10 contestant Pamela Anderson. They were the first to be eliminated on September 25, 2012.

For 16 seasons, he partnered with Olympic champion Dorothy Hamill. They withdrew after Hamill sustained an ankle and spinal injury, making her unable to compete. McManus danced with Emma Slater and Chelsea Hightower during the fifth week of Len's "Side by Side Challenge" along with Victor and Lindsey, Sean and Peta. He danced with Derek Hough and Kelly Pickler when they did a paso doble in a "round of trios" that received 10 points from Carrie Ann, 7 points from Len Goodman and 10 points from Bruno Tonioli.

2 Quick Step / "This means nothing" 6 8 7 Safe
3 Waltz / "Moonlit river" 7 9000 7 7 7 73 7 73 7 Safe
4 PASODOL / "FLASH theme" 7 7 7 Safe
5 Rumba / "True" 7

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6 Foxtrot / "Always look at the bright side of life"
Broadway Group / "Transer" & "Money"

7 Jayv / "The Devil went down to Georgia"
Tango / "Disturbia"

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6 Rumba / "My Girl"
Motown Marathon / "Nowhere to Run"
Dance Duel Jive / "Don't Stop Me Now"
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for 15 Seasons , Makmanus was paired with a model, actress and former member of Pamela Anderson.

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16 Seasons , McManus got into a couple with figure skater who won an Olympic medal. Dorothy Hamill.

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For season 17 of , McManus was paired with award-winning actress Valerie Harper.

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3 Cha-cha-cha / "Grace Kelly" 6 5 5 Safe
4 Vensk Waltz / "Continue" 6 9000 6 * 6 Eliminated
  • Judge Julianne Hough in place of Goodman.

Dancing with the Stars
Series Celebrity Partner Place Average
12 Pertini 14th 18.3
13 Jamelia 8th
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  • Note: Donni Osmond was an invited judge of the third week

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4 Charles - 8
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5 Foxtrot - “Because you loved me” 5 7 7 7 26 Bizor two
6 9000 9000 JVV - “Distortion of Time” - “Distortion of Time”0008 6 6 7 7 26 Lower Two
7 VENISKY VALS - "MAN" 7 7 9000 9000 9000
8 Samba - “A little respect” 5 7 7 7 26 Bizor two
9000 9000 Fast step - I am a believing one “I believe” 7 8 8 8 31 Eliminated

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