Phil Collins: Phil started his dance training at 14 at Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles. While at Millennium he competed with the Junior Dance company and won several different top honors at many different competitions. After graduating from the junior program, Phil went on to do the scholarship program at the Edge Performing Arts Center in Hollywood. He trained for a year dancing every style 40 hrs a week. After finishing his second scholarship program, he went on to sign with his agency, Clear Talent Group. He has worked with artists such as Rihanna, Lil Mama, and Missy Elliot. The list of choreographers Phil has worked with includes top names such as Tina Landon, Margueritte Derricks, and Dee Caspary. His most recent accomplishment has been the never ending journey of Randy Jackson Presents Americas Best Dance Crew season 2 with his crew Fanny Pak. He is super excited about the new Fanny Pak show and can't to see where else Fanny Pak can take him!
Tiffani Grant: Originally from Antioch, CA, Tiffani began dancing her freshmen year at Deer Valley High School where she trained in jazz, modern, ballet, African, hula, and Hip-Hop/jazz funk with Sharlene Sabonis. Dance became her deepest passion and carried over into her college education at Cal State University Northridge where she trained in modern and ballet with Dr. Paula Thompson on her path to become a dance therapist. Since her move to SoCal she's studied with various choreographers such as Tony G., Travis Payne, Keith Young, along with many more and currently has representation with Bloc Talent Agency. Before she discovered her passion for dance, Tiffani was a hard core cheerleader and coached nationally ranked youth cheerleading and Hip-Hop teams. She still choreographs song/pom competition routines for her former high school. She became a song leading instructor for the United Spirit Association teaching cheer camps to high school and middle school students all over the west coast. Her favorite color is turquoise, she loves reciting movie quotes, and favorite food is cheese!
Beau Fournier: While growing up in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California, little did this total "valley boy" think dance would be his passion. At the late age of 19, Beau Fournier started dance and instantly fell in love with it. It wasn’t just the pure fun of it, but it was the movement, the creative processes, and the music that led him to believe there is so much more to dance. Now 25, Beau finds new and exciting challenges in dance everyday. He has been able to work with great people, travel, and share his love with others. He is currently signed with DDO Artist's Agency and Artist's International and some of his credits include: Angel Faith Vh1 Save the Music Tour, Paula DeAnda, Diet Pepsi, Carnival Choreographers Ball, The Secret Life of An American Teenager, MTV Video Music Awards, and MTV's Americas Best Dance Crew. He also has worked with certain prestige dance groups such as: The CSUN Hip-Hop Team, Expressive Doubt LA, Asylum Dance Company, and ABDC Season 2's Fanny Pak.
Cara Horibe: Cara started dancing at the age of 9 in Hawaii. She began teaching with 24-VII Danceforce while training in jazz, Hip-Hop, ballet, contemporary,swing, and gymnastics and moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to pursue dance. Cara continued to train and assist under various choreographers such as Matt Cady of Fanny Pak, Erica Sobol, Gil Duldalao, Kevin Maher, and Mark Kanemura of So You Think You Can Dance. She also became a member of the contemporary company Collide under the direction of Erica Sobol in 2007 and joined the crew Fanny Pak in 2008 which went on to compete in America's Best Dance Crew Season 2. Since the show wrapped, she has traveled and performed with the first official ABDC tour in the U.S. as well as Canada and continues to teach workshops and perform with Fanny Pak crew. You can also spot her as a cheerleader in High School Musical 3.