Terry Beeman is a renowned choreographer, director, dancer, and master teacher, whose name associates with artistry and passion to dancers coast-to-coast and worldwide. Terry’s many talents open him up to knowledge that extends through not only dance, choreography, stunt and aerial work, acting and theater, but also narrating, directing and producing, music and film editing, and costume design. His resume keeps growing and growing throughout the years with new films, national commercials and theater production.

He can be seen now in commercials for Radio Shack and GMC Envoy. Among his credits are television spots for Visa with BeBe Neuwirth, Miller Beer, and Diet Cokewith the pop star Paula Abdul. He was the head choreographer beside Ms. Debbie Allen for the NBC hit show "Fame" in the summer of 2003. His television award show credits include 4 "Academy Awards," 2 "MTV Awards," "The Grammys," "The Emmys" and "The American Music Awards."

Film credits include “Show Girls,” in which he played the principle role of “Felix” — partnering with both Gina Gershion and Elizabeth Berkley — and a dancer in the sequel “Batman and Robin.” In the blockbuster hit “Eraser,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terry was cast as a dramatic drag queen, and has proven his versatility with fight scenes and stunt work in the latest independent film “Sledge."

Terry Beeman has had the opportunity to travel the world with some of the biggest names in the industry such as super star Paula Abdul, durung her Under My Spell tour and Mega Pop Diva Whitney Houston in her The Moment of Truth tour.

Terry’s latest project of directing and choreographing are: The Super Sexy Show starring his Hollywood Pin Up Girls in a dinner theater Cabaret Burlesque Show setting, along with his more visually stimulating, soul enlightening, emotionally charged and heart touching Contemporary Dance Ensemble.