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BIOGRAPHY

Matt Flint

Matt Flint is a choreographer and creative director for theatre, film and television.
His theatre credits include Tell Me on a Sunday at the Watermill Theatre and on tour, Sweet Charity at the Cadogan Hall, Daytona in the West End and on tour, West End Heroes in the West End, Brass at City Varieties in Leeds, 42nd Street Gala in the West End, Darling of the Day at the Union Theatre, Lucky Stiff at the Greenwich Theatre and Big Fish, Catch Me If You Can, The Music Man, Legally Blonde and Singin’ in the Rain at Arts Educational Schools.
His film and television work includes Strictly Come Dancing, The People’s Strictly, Sport Relief, Children in Need, Let’s Dance for Comic Relief and Bollywood Carmen Live (BBC), Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV), The Big Movie Sing-A-Long (Sky), All Stars 3D (Vertigo Films), So You Think You Can Dance (Fox) and Musion’s holographic installation for SOHO at City of Dreams, Macau.
He won series two of So You Think You Can Dance (BBC) in 2011 and was crowned Britain’s favourite dancer.
Matt Flint is the creative director of Happy Feet Productions, co-creator of Can You Dance?, global ambassador for Capezio, patron of the Dance Proms and DanceAid and recipient of the Carl Alan Award 2012 (Dance in Theatre).

Current as of May 2016

Matt Flint, © ohne Angabe / no details available

Matt Flint, © ohne Angabe / no details available

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Matt Flint