Since the age of twelve, Taylor Seage has been performing, dancing, and competing in various stages across Australia as part of the Performance team for the Davidia Dance Centre in Mansfield, Brisbane. Working with this group is what earned Taylor his first audition and subsequent acting debut for a commercial showcasing Dreamworld, an Australian theme park. Since those humble beginnings, Taylor was accepted to train at Brisbane’s top Hip-Hop dance studio, Fresh Elements, in 2009. Here he competed in the 2009 Hip-hop world championships in Melbourne, Australia and was featured on the television show Totally Wild. He also opened for the world-renown Jabawokeez when they performed in Brisbane. A year later, Taylor returned to his alma mater and attained a government accredited diploma in Musical Theatre and Dance. With this degree in hand, Taylor Seage was ready for his position as a Carnival Cruise Lines dancer: a position which took him to Miami, Florida and marked his introduction to the United States of America. Once here, Taylor flew to Los Angeles, California and trained for three months at world-renowned studios such as Debbie Reynolds, Millennium Dance Complex and The Movement Lifestyle. With these newfound skills Taylor soon became the face of Nickelodeon aboard the Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Gem, and has since gone on to be featured in a film called San Andreas, a television show called Yesterday was History, and a play know as SLAMMED. Taylor’s outstanding skills as a dancer and performer have been pivotal in all of these accomplishments. Taylor is currently in the process of preparing to work with the Las Vegas production Illusions at the Hotel Tropicana.
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