Napoleon D'Umo and Tabitha D'Umo
Husband and wife choreographers Napoleon D'Umo and Tabitha D'Umo have contributed their choreography and dancing talents to every genre of entertainment. Their career began in Las Vegas, directing and choreographing numerous shows for casinos and companies such as NIKE, Levi's and MAC. Moving to Los Angeles opened many doors for them in film, television, tours, music videos and commercials. Since then, the duo has choreographed and/or performed with recording artists such as Céline Dion, Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Toni Braxton, Timbaland and Destiny's Child. Their assistant director credits for music tours include Ricky Martin's "Black and White Tour," Christina Aguilera's "Back to Basics Tour" and Kanye West's current tour. Their television and film credits include Nickelodeon's "Zoey 101," "The Grammy's," "Billboard Music Awards," "Soul Train" and "Legally Blonde."
Napoleon and Tabitha's choreography for NBA and NFL teams from the Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic, to the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos can also be seen in arenas around the country. In between their busy schedules the two can also be found in Hollywood teaching at the Edge Performing Arts Center and Millennium Dance Complex, as well on the road with "Jump" and "Monsters of Hip Hop" dance conventions. Napoleon and Tabitha are the directors of "Monsters of Hip Hop: The Show" held in Hollywood.
Tabitha is from New Jersey, and Napoleon is from California. They both currently live in Sherman Oaks, CA.
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