Bobby Amamizu originally from Irvine, CA is a graduate from Orange County High School of the Arts and holds a BFA in Dance Performance from UC Irvine. Currently he is pursuing his career in Los Angeles as a professional dancer, educator, assistant choreographer, and choreographer. He has danced in all varieties of entertainment such as stage, industrials, company, film, commercials, and television.
Stage/Industrials/Company credits include: Cirque du Soleil’s Viva Elvis (original cast), The Power of Music Evening with Hans Zimmer, Freelusion, Cirque du Soleil Worlds Away Roadshow, Loving The Silent Tears (original musical), International Ballet Festival of Miami, Laguna Dance Festival, National Choreographers Initiative, L’Oreal, Mattel, Morinda, Tokyo the Company (Tokyo Inouye), Unity LA (Tessandra Chavez), and Commonality (Adam Parson).
Film: Valley Girl “Like Totally A Musical”, Fame, A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, Dear Dumb Diary. Television/Commercials: The Voice Promo, Carpool Karaoke, Ford, Lip Sync Battle, Hulu’s “Door No.1”, Home Joy, Dancing with the Stars, Miss Universe, Strictly Come Dancing, Fiona Apple music video “Paper Bag,” Jerry Lewis Telethon.
He has taught for different companies and conventions including: Cirque du Soleil, Houston Met, Tremaine Dance Convention, LA Elite/Elite Dance Convention. He is currently on faculty at Edge Performing Arts Center and Debbie Reynold’s Scholarship Program
Bobby is an assistant to many choreographers such as Marguerite Derricks, Michael Rooney, Bonnie Story, Lane Napper among others. Some of the projects he was fortunate to be a part of as an assistant choreographer are Happy Socks, AT&T, Carvana, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.