Jerome Alexander graduated from Chapman University in 2008 as a double major in Dance and PR/Advertising. Since moving to Los Angeles, Jerome has danced in music videos and live stage shows for Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Ok Go!, Lil John, Sean Paul, Russian Recording Artist “Grace,” and Macy’s Passport Fashion Shows for Brian Friedman, Kevin Maher, and Andre Fuentes. He has also appeared on several episodes of Nickelodeon’s number 1 show “Victorious,” NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” the Jerry Lewis Telethon for Emmy Award Winning Choreographer Tyce Diorio, and even an episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” with the new girl group “BG5.” Some of Jerome’s other credits include industrials for Nike, Rockstar Energy Drink, Quicksilver clothing, commercials for McDonalds’s, Little Caesar’s, Zooey Deschanel’s show “New Girl,” and the promo commercial for “So You Think You Can Dance.”

In 2009, Jerome booked his first international job in Tokyo. He was one of 4 Americans hired to dance for the Japanese Superstar, Domoto Koichi. Since making that trip, Jerome has become very in demand internationally and travels more than 100,000 miles annually. He has taught and choreographed in Italy, Poland, Tokyo, Germany, Puerto Rico, Prague, and all across The United States. In 2013, Jerome is scheduled to make his first trips to Venezuela and Switzerland!

Jerome Alexander is represented by Bloc LA. For more information, email info@thejeromealexander.com

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