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Wade Jeremy William Robson (born 17 September 1982) is an Australian dancer and choreographer. He began performing as a dancer at the age of five. He has directed music videos and world tours for numerous music artists such as NSYNC and Britney Spears. Robson found success not only as a choreographer and tour director but also as the host and executive producer for The Wade Robson Project which aired on MTV in 2003. In 2007, he joined the Fox television dance series So You Think You Can Dance as both a judge and choreographer.
Sir Robert Helpmann CBE (9 April 1909 – 28 September 1986) was an Australian dancer, actor, theatre director and choreographer.
Jason Gardiner (born 11 June 1971) is an Australian choreographer, singer, and theatre producer best known for his role as a caustic and controversial judge on the ITV shows, Dancing on Ice, Born to Shine and Stepping Out.
Craig Revel Horwood (born 4 January 1965) is an Australian-British dancer, choreographer and theatre director in the United Kingdom. He is a patron of the National Osteoporosis Society. Revel Horwood has substantial theatre credits in choreography and directing, but is best known as a judge on the BBC dancing show Strictly Come Dancing. He published his autobiography in 2008.
Josef Brown (born 8 October 1969) is an Australian actor, dancer and choreographer. Brown was born in Woomera, Australia and raised in Sydney. Upon deciding that he wanted to act, Brown enrolled at The McDonald College of the Arts where he finished his high school education and also learned how to dance. After falling in love with classical ballet, Brown began attending the Australian Ballet School and he was promoted to soloist in 1994. He joined the Sydney Dance Company in 1997 and appeared in and choreographed many productions. Brown left the Sydney Dance Company in 2004 and went on to originate the role of Johnny Castle in the stage adaptation of Dirty Dancing.
Toni Redpath is a professional ballroom dance champion and choreographer.
Lady Margaret Rachel Scott (5 April 1874 – 27 January 1938) was a dominant player in early women's golf, who won the first three British Ladies Amateurs in 1893, 1894, and 1895.
Kierin Meehan (born in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian children's book author, teacher and choreographer.
Maggi Sietsma AM (born 1951) is the founding artistic director of the multiple-award winning Brisbane contemporary dance company, Expressions Dance Company, and regarded as one of Australia's leading choreographers. Maggi Sietsma has choreographed multiple international dance works during her career and has contributed extensively to dance and dance education in Australia.
Kelley Abbey (born 28 July 1966) is an Australian actress, choreographer, singer and dancer. She has been a leading performer and choreographer in TV, film and musical theatre for more than 20 years. She remains best known for her role on soap opera E Street as Jo-Jo Adams.
Meryl Tankard (born 1955, Darwin, Northern Territory) is an Australian dancer and choreographer who has a wide national and international reputation.
Drew Anthony (born 14 January 1969) is an Australian performer, director, choreographer and producer. He is currently the associate artistic director for David Atkins Enterprises (DAE) and was the associate artistic director for the Ceremonies of the 12th Arab Games, Doha 2011, Rugby World Cup 2011, and the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, in Vancouver. Anthony directed the Sony IFA event in Berlin, Germany and the Olivia Newton-John and Friends charity gala event at the State Theatre in Sydney.
Kate Champion (born 1961, Sydney, Australia) is a contemporary dance choreographer and the director of Force Majeure, a dance collective exploring strong physical performance.
Graeme Lloyd Murphy AO (born 2 November 1950) is an Australian dance choreographer. Together with his fellow dancer (and wife since 2004) Janet Vernon, he has guided Sydney Dance Company to become one of Australia's most successful and well-known dance companies.
Gideon Obarzanek (born 1966, Melbourne) is an Australian choreographer and the former Artistic Director of Melbourne, Australia based contemporary dance company Chunky Move which he formed in 1995, in collaboration with Garry Stewart.
Dame Margaret "Peggy" van Praagh, DBE (1 September 1910 – 15 January 1990) was a British ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher, repetiteur, producer, advocate and director, who spent much of her later career in Australia.
Marilyn Rowe OBE (born 20 August 1946) is the first graduate of the Australian Ballet School to be appointed its director, in 1999.
Stephen Page (born 1965) is the Artistic Director of the Bangarra Dance Theatre. He is descended from the Nunukul people and the Munaldjali clan of the Yugambeh tribe from southeast Queensland.
Natalie Weir (born 1967, Townsville, Queensland) is an Australian choreographer, and Artistic Director for the Expressions Dance Company in Australia.
Ashley Wallen is an Australian choreographer and has worked with stars such as The Sugababes, Kylie Minogue, Will Young and Mariah Carey.
Suzie Malone, Aussie Bombshell is an Australian born burlesque performer, dance instructor and choreographer.
Tanja Liedtke (6 October 1977 – 17 August 2007) was a German-born professional choreographer and dancer. She was most noted as a dancer, choreographer and director of contemporary dance in Australia and Europe.
Stephen Baynes (born 1956 in Adelaide, South Australia) has been Resident Choreographer with The Australian Ballet since 1995. He trained with Joanne Priest and graduated from The Australian Ballet School in 1975. He has danced with the Australian Ballet (1976–81, 1985 and promoted to Soloist in 1992), the Stuttgart Ballet (1981-84) and worked with choreographers such as Kenneth MacMillan, John Neumeier, William Forsythe and Hans van Manen.