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As a 12year old youth growing up in Victoria BC Canada, Paul taught himself how to breakdance and soon engrossed himself in all styles of dance. By the age of 19, he choreographed his first commercial and by 21, his first feature film. It all propelled him to quickly become one of the worlds top choreographers. Considered to be a protégé; of the genius Kenny Ortega, Paul has worked alongside Mr.Ortega on several occasions, including recently when he choreographed the Ortega directed Jonas Brothers' concert World Tour as well as Disney's record breaking movie Descendants.

In 2016 Paul wrote, directed, and choreographed a feature film titled "Breaking Brooklyn" starring Academy Award Winner Louis Gossett Jr.

Paul also choreographed Hellcats (CW), starring Ashley Tisdale, for which he serves as the show's lead choreographer. His work features dynamic mix of dance styles meshed with an astounding athleticism and gymnastic technique that boost what could be simple cheer leading routines to a spectacular new level. What's more, he's even done all of the fight choreography for the show as well.

Director Zack Snyder recently hired Paul to choreograph the elaborate musical numbers of the new 100 million dollar feature film Sucker Punch starring Vanessa Hudgens and Jon Hamm. He also recently completed choreography on the all 3 film versions of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, based on the New York Times bestselling children's book series. Furthermore, Paul's choreography on Michael Buble's music video to his hit single "Just Haven't Met You Yet" received rave reviews. In the video, Paul choreographed over 200 dancers. Additionally, he can be seen as a guest judge and choreographer on Canada's #1 hit television series So You Think You Can Dance, and can lay claim to having choreographed the first full length movie made to be released on YouTube, Girl Walks into a Bar, staring Rosario Dawson.

Paul has carved himself a unique niche as a brilliant horror movie movement consultant, working as a movement coach and choreographer for movie monsters in Wes Craven's My Soul to Take, Joss Whedon's Cabin in the Woods and Scooby Doo: Curse of the Lake Monster.

Name: Paul Becker

Known for: Breaking Brooklyn

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