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Remmie Bourgeois



Born in Vallejo, California Remmie Bourgeois was an artist among a family of athletes. At a young age Remmie discovered his love for the art of music and began singing. He continued to do so until he went to Jesse Bethel High School where he discovers his love for dance. He became choreographer of the school's dance team, as well as joining the NewStyle Motherlode Dance Company. A hip hop and modern based company where he learned to tumbling, parkour, and was set on his path of professional dancing. Once in college at Hampton University he continued to dance, studying ballet, jazz, and modern; as well as Business Management. There he was inspired by Alvin Ailey and musical theater to make the arts his career. Wanting to go on tour with top celebrities like Janet Jackson, Usher, and Beyonce, as well as being on broadway. In 2012 Remmie moved out to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams where he began working for Disney California Adventures as the main tumbler in Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular. Since then he has become represented by Bloc Talent Agency and has worked with award-winning choreographers such as Chuck Maldonado, Rich and Tone Talauega, Denise Faye, Robert Ashford, and more.