Singer, dancer, actor Matt Moseley has already had a wide variety of experiences-from dancing on TV shows such as "Dancing With the Stars", "The Voice", and "So You Think You Can Dance"(on which he's appeared three times), to "punking" celebrities in multiple roles on the MTV series. From jazz to hip-hop, to tap and swing, Matt has been dancing competitively since the age of three. Matt has not only worked with Nigel Lythgoe on the aforementioned "SYTYCD", but with the rest of the Lythgoe Family: for the last two seasons, Bonnie Lythgoe has cast Matt in her Panto theater productions of "A Snow White Christmas" (with Arriana Grande), and "Aladdin and His Winter Wish (with the legendary Ben Vereen). Matt danced in 2012 in one of the year's most popular YouTube videos, College Humor's parody "Mitt Romney Style", which currently has over 52 million views.
An all-around entertainer, Matt Moseley has performed as a vocalist/dancer in venues all around the L.A. area, from Disneyland to Universal Citywalk, the House of Blues to the Santa Monica Pier. This past year, Matt was one of the youngest contestants to make it to the judges' live auditions for Fox TV's "The X Factor", where he sang and danced.
Matt is also an accomplished voice-over actor–following in the footsteps of his father, actor Mark Moseley("Mulan", "Shrek 2"), Matt has performed a large number of voice-overs for radio sketches on shows like Rick Dees' Weekly Top 40, and L.A.'s KXOL morning show, as well as voicing characters in dozens of radio commercials.