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JADE HALE-CHRISTOFI

actor, choreographer, dancer

Jade Hale - Christofi is British/American/Cypriot Greek. He grew up in North London and began dancing at age five. He trained at the Urdang Academy London before becoming a Junior Associate of The Royal Ballet School. He joined the Royal ballet School White Lodge and graduated Upper School in 2006. For his graduation performance he danced Don Quixote and Jabula at the Royal Opera House London. As soon as he became a professional ballet Dancer he moved to France and joined National Ballet Du Rhin in 2006, Ballet Black in London 2008, NBA Ballet Japan 2011 where he became guest Principal, The National Ballet Of Ireland 2013 and English National Ballet 2014. In his Ballet career Jade has performed for the Royal Family at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. In 2012 he was asked to dance in a privet performance for Her Majesty The Queen, and in 2011 he danced for Michelle Obama at the Royal Opera House London. Jade is in between London and Los Angeles, where he has trained at the Actors Studio West in Hollywood since 2015. Jade worked with David LaChapelle on Queen and Michael Jackson's music video "There Must Be More To Life Then This”. At the same time, he also Choreographed "Take Me To Church" by Hozier for David LaChapelle and Sergei Polunin. 2016 Jade choreographed and danced in the piece “The Dream” directed by Javiera Estrada. This year Jade is directing the dance video “Breathe Life” - starringKyle Allen; contributing to Project Polunin’s performances at the London Coliseum; developing a dance film entitled, S E V I V O N, through his newly formed production company HaleChristofiStudios. Jade will be working as a co-choreographer on Liquid's dance driven SWEENEY TODD.