LA local Robert Prescott Lee has been involved in the professional LA dance scene for over a decade. During this time, he has made a name for himself as a dancer that can do it all. Robert has performed with a panoply of reputable artists such as Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Samantha Mumba, JoDee Messina, Ashanti, and more. His portfolio includes work with choreographers including Wade Robson, Tina Landon, Stevie Ray Anthony, Paula Abdul, Keith & Sharon Young (“Rent” and “Step it up and Dance”), Chris Dupree, and Liz Imperio, who he danced for in her jazz dance company for several years gaining the opportunity to travel throughout Europe. In the past few years, Robert has worked on a number of commercials and has made it to the big screen in “The Son of the Mask”, “Rent”, and was a pre-production choreographer for “Kickin’ It Old Skool”. His latest movie work was for the Smurf film, where he helped create “Brainy Smurfs” movement quality for video referencing.
His remarkable body of work has paved the way for him to choreograph and assist in several projects for film, television, and the like; in addition, he recently finished two years of touring with world-renowned Latin Artist Chayanne (whom was also the star of the movie “Shall we Dance” with Vanessa Williams). Robert’s commercial work has included the Toyota Hylander commercial, as well as the “shut up and let me go “ iPod commercial, and DirecTv.
When Robert isn’t doing commercial work he spends time traveling on tour teaching with various dance conventions: Tremaine’s, Hollywood Vibe, 5678 Showtime, Rising Stars, and now NRG Dance Project.
On top of his impressive performance credentials, Robert graduated from the prestigious Orange County High School of the Arts and hasn’t stopped working since! Robert is truly one of the last renaissance men of his time; there is nothing this man hasn’t done. His classes are fun and filled with intelligence. He believes that although technique is critical, it is your spirit that truly makes the performance come to life!