Christian Atayde Stoinev was an acrobat from Season 2 of America’s Got Talent.
Christian has a firm background for becoming an acrobat.
He was born on December 4, 1991 in the American “Circus City” of Sarasota, Florida.
His father, Ivan Stoinev, is a Bulgarian circus acrobat who left his country at age thirteen to perform at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus with a teeterboard troupe.
His mother, Maritza Atayde, a former aerialist, belongs to the Atayde family, owners of Mexico’s oldest, largest, and most celebrated circus, Circo Atayde Hermanos.
Christian made his circus debut at age six, standing on the shoulders of his father in a free-ladder balancing act.
His parents taught him all basic circus disciplines, and over time, Christian became a proficient unicyclist and hand balancer. He spent a large part of his childhood at the Big Apple Circus, where his father was Performance Director, and his mother worked in an administrative capacity.
However, his internet sensation began when Christian Atayde Stoinev’s audition in America’s Got Talent consisted of a hand-balancing routine, at one point having his chihuahua on his feet as he was balancing. Afterwards, the dog also performed a stunt by running on its two front legs. Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and David Hasselhoff all voted “Yes,” sending Christian to the Vegas Round.
This act proves that animals also have a lot more complex way of thinking and perceiving things. These animals are domestic, and should be considered like family. Not to mention that these poor animals are still considered food in some countries.
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Posted by Christian Stoinev on Sunday, 1 May 2016
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