maybe. have you been dancing? in class? lessons? are you willing to do very hard work- physically and emotionally? do you have reason (besides your own viewpoint) to think you are exceptionally talented in dancing - are you strong, coordinated, musically oriented, have good visual and body memory, athletic, graceful, creative, driven? Can you handle competition for jobs as there are very few? are you willing to have irregular work and pay? what will you do once your body ages out of a dance career? teach? have you been a coach, choreographer, youth leader, teacher? Are you a risk taker? Can you live with uncertainty? What type of dance do you love and are you ok with other types of dance if that's what the job calls for? Can you take criticism and rejection....going to auditions and not getting the job? Is dance part of your every breath? Are there some other ways you can use your love of dance besides being a dancer? Could you work with other performance or creative careers? Do you love working with the human body? could you pursue a health career or physical education or athletic training or recreation therapy? Can you support yourself with some other work and dance as a recreational activity? So many questions. The answers to some of these will help you figure out if you can put out the major effort to become a dancer now? While nothing is impossible, somethings are very difficult. Good luck!