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Robert ROldan

contemporary, Jazz

Robert Roldan is from Thousand Oaks, California. Now 25, he has successfully accomplished much in his career. After graduating from high school he joined the contemporary ballet company “Bad Boys Of Dance” . In 2010 Robert auditioned for the Emmy Award winning show “So You Think You Can Dance” where he became a Top 3 finalist. His popularity on the show secured his place an AllStar maintaining himself as one of it’s most popular performers. Robert has guest starred on Nickelodeon’s “Fresh Beat Band” and Mia Michael’s created a special duet for him on the CBS show “Grace”. Choreographers NappyTabs invited him to perform in “Mobbed” for FOX. Numerous TV appearances followed, including “Dancing With The Stars” with Demi Lovato, “Ellen” several episodes of “Glee” and Guest Starred with Jennifer Beals the star of the movie ‘Flashdance’ in the hit crime TV show “Motive”. Robert has just recently completed his first Lead Star role as ‘Drew’ in a new dance movie “Breaking Through”. He was featured in the “49th Superbowl halftime show with Katy Perry” extravaganza and is showcased in the Redfoo “Juicy Wiggle” video.He performed with The First Lady Michelle Obama both on Ellen and at The White House. Robert guest starred on the CMT Awards with Jake Owen. Most recently he performed on numerous Dancing With The Stars and was invited to dance with Andy Sandberg in his soon to be released movie The Lonely Island. Robert is also is featured in the new movies La La Land with Ryan Gosling andEmma Stone and Mascots directed by Christopher Guest.

SYTYCD All Star Performance with Amy Yakima - Choreographed by Stacey Tookey

Compilation of Solos performed on SYTYCD

Emmy Nomination "Fix You" performed by Robert Roldan & Allison Holker, choreography by Travis Wall

SYTYCD All Star Performance with Gaby Diaz - Choreography by Mandy Moore

Dance scene from "Motive" starring Jennifer Beals

SYTYCD All Star Performance with Melanie Moore - Choreography by Stacey Tookey

Duo Choreography by Robert Roldan

Master Class Footage with Robert Roldan