Courtney Miller, Jr., one of LA’s hottest choreographers joined the DanceLova Dance Academy faculty in February 2016. He choreographed the iconic Dangerous for Michael Jackson on the MTV awards. Courtney’s creative choreographic magic was also the one behind Scream — the most expensive music video ever made.
Classically trained with a Hip Hop background, and a graduate of the famous Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Courtney Miller, Jr. has been one of the most influential choreographers in Hollywood entertainment industry for over a decade.
He booked his first job as a dancer for Michael Jackson while still in high school on his 18th birthday.
Since then, he’s gone on to choreograph for starts like Britney Spears (Crazy), Usher (My Way), and Destiny’s Child (No, No, No). Courtney has toured the world with Michael Jackson on the Dangerous as well as History world tours as both choreographer and dancer. He’s danced on and choreographed for The Grammys, The American Music Awards, and the MTV Awards, and he’s worked on several films, most notably, A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, where he directed and choreographed the dance scene featuring none other than Neil Patrick-Harris.
He’s choreographed for hit television shows like New Girl and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and developed the steps for national commercials for commercial Coca Cola, Android, Sony, and the famous Kmart “Joe Boxer” Christmas campaigns.
Courtney co-author the book, The Business Of Dance – Everything You Need To Know About The Hollywood Dance Industry, and teaches choreography and master classes around the world.
When not busy working on Hollywood projects and directing films, the humble, yet larger-than-life master of dance generously spends his time instilling his special craft into others’ lives here…
… He is transforming, and constructing only the most dedicated and competitive young Hip Hop dance students at DanceLova to become the next generation of masters themselves.