Hip Hop Dance

The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers

Christopher Scot grew up in Maryland. At the age of 14, he moved with his family to Hollywood, CA  and entered the 9th grade at Hollywood High School.  He applied and was accepted into the performing arts magnet program.

Scott has appeared as an actor and dancer in several movies including Step Up 2 and Step Up 3. He has also garnered a number of notable credits as a choreographer Including the 82nd Annual Academy Awards and So You Think You Can Dance.

In 2009, Scott teamed up with Harry Shum Jr. to choreograph the super hero inspired web series The Legion of Extraordinary Dacners, aka The LXD.[7] An experiment in storytelling through dance.

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LXD  The Legion of Extrodinary Dancers is a company that created an innovative webseries inspired by dancers and super heroes with their dance abilities being their super powers. Creator Jon M. Chu took inspiration from comic books, Michael Jackson and the dancers themselves to create LXD.

The company has two main choreographers Christopher Scott and Harry Shum Jr.

Christopher Scott was born in Maryland. His family moved to Hollywood, CA when he was 14. He enrolled in the magnet school for the performing arts, Hollywood High School. He first excelled in tap and then broadened his training. He has been in and choreographed numerous movies including Step Up 2 and Step Up 3. He has garnered a number of notable credits for his choreography including the 82nd Annual Academy Awards and So You Think You Can Dance.

 



Harry Shum Jr. is known to most of the world by his character on "Glee" Mike Chang. He is a dancer and choreographer known for his mixture of martial arts and quirky humor in his choreography.