Cris Judd is a wide-ranging talent. He’s a dancer, choreographer, musician, songwriter, and actor. He continues to build momentum in the entertainment industry, recently dazzling the big screen as a featured dancer in “Rock of Ages,” starring Tom Cruise, choreographed by Mia Michaels! He has had recent performances on “Dancing With the Stars,” and choreographed for hit show, “America’s Got Talent.” He has hosted events such as The 13th Anniversary Choreographer’s Carnival and The Sketch Comedy Championships, appeared on the Joy Behar Show on CNN, choreographed The Liberty Bowl Halftime Show, and played in Halle Berry’s Celebrity Golf Classic, Auction & Awards Dinner.
Host of WE Network show “Dirty Dancing,” and he completed the much-anticipated pilot, “Bust A Move,” for MTVNE. Cris also worked on an independent film, “Be My Baby.” Winning the show “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” proved he’s not only a unique actor, but one with a growing number of fans. TV credits: Nickelodeon’s “Unfabulous” and UPN’s “Half and Half” and “Eve.” His “Dance Like We Do” instructional DVD was released nationwide. Off-Broadway credits include: “Dracula,” Walt Disney World and Disney’s Pleasure Island. His skills were brought to the attention of MTV and Michael Jackson and he appeared at the 1995 MTV Video Awards and on Michael Jackson’s Dangerous and History world tours. Cris has worked with such celebrities as Cher, Celine Dion, *NSYNC, Paulina Rubio and Brian McKnight.
Other credits: Jordan Knight, Jennifer Lopez (“Ain’t It Funny” and “I’m Real,” MTV Video Awards and her network TV concert special), Perry Farrell on Jane’s Addiction’s 2001 Festival dates, and the hit film “Bringing Down the House,” starring Steve Martin and Queen Latifah.