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Years active  2002–present
Name  Christopher Scott
Role  Choreographer

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Born  September 20, 1983 (age 32) (1983-09-20) Takoma Park, Maryland
Occupation  Choreographer, actor, dancer,
Awards  Shorty Industry Award for Best Use of Video
Nominations  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography
Movies  Step Up 2: The Streets, Step Up 3D, Step Up: All In, Teen Beach Movie, Lemonade Mouth
Similar People  Jon M Chu, Mari Koda, Duane Adler, Trish Sie, Adam Shankman

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Christopher Scott (born September 20, 1983) is an American choreographer, dancer and actor.

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Career

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Scott has appeared as an actor and dancer in several movies including his most notable role as "Hair" in Step Up 2: The Streets, Step Up 3D, Step Up: Revolution, and Step Up: All In. He has also garnered a number of notable credits as a choreographer including the 82nd Academy Awards, Lemonade Mouth, Teen Beach Movie, and frequently appears on So You Think You Can Dance.

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In 2009, Scott teamed up with Harry Shum, Jr. to choreograph the super hero inspired web series The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, aka The LXD. An experiment in storytelling through dance, the series is the brainchild of writer/director/producer Jon Chu. As an actor, Scott would also appear in the series portraying the character "Copeland", a tap dancer haunted by his troubled past.

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In 2011, Scott would make his SYTYCD debut in the season 7 finale choreographing a group routine featuring the top 11 finalists and the all-star pool of that season. Following that piece, Scott would make frequent visits choreographing contestants' individual duets and group routines, and earning his first Emmy nomination 2012 for his pieces Misty Blue and Velocity from season 8 of the show.


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Christopher Scott (choreographer) Wikipedia


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