Juan Pablo Di Pace will be competing on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars this fall. Juan Pablo is an actor who will attempt to prove to the world he can also dance when Season 27 of Dancing with the Stars premieres with a two-hour episode on Monday, September 24 at 8PM ET\/PT. RELATED LINK: 'DANCING WITH THE STARS' PROS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANT OTHERS: WHO'S DATING OR MARRIED TO WHOM!? (PHOTOS) Juan Pablo will be partnered with professional dancer Cheryl Burke, who is back for her whopping 21st season of Dancing with the Stars. Cheryl is a two-time mirrorball trophy champion but hasn't won the series since Season 3. She finished Season 25 with Terrell Owens in sixth place but placed second or third on the ABC reality dancing competition multiple times. Cheryl and Juan Pablo definitely have a shot to be crowned champions, but some tough competition stands in their way -- including Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton, country music radio personality Bobby Bones, actor and singer Milo Manheim, comedian Nikki Glaser, and actor and country music singer John Schneider. Curious to learn more about this Dancing with the Stars contestant? Below is a list of 5 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Juan Pablo Di Pace: RELATED LINK: 'THE BACHELOR' FRANCHISE COUPLES NOW: WHO IS STILL TOGETHER?? (PHOTOS) - Juan Pablo is an Argentine-born actor, singer and director with an extensive musical theatre background. - He is multilingual and fluent in English, Spanish and Italian. - Juan Pablo began his career in the United Kingdom by appearing in the London musical Chicago. He then played the role of Danny Zuko in the Trieste production of Grease in Italy, which he also directed. - He is best known for his role as Fernando on Netflix's original series Fuller House and for the role of Jesus Christ on NBC's A.D. The Bible Continues, produced by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. Juan Pablo also played Petros in the film classic, Mamma Mia!, alongside Meryl Streep. - As a musician, Juan Pablo recorded three original cast albums -- Mamma Mia, Saturday Night Fever and Mas de 100 Mentiras. He also released an album for his One Man Show, Primer Acto (Act One).