Victor Sho was born in Lagos, Nigeria and was raised in the Bronx since the age of two. As a choreographer, Victor's work with The P.L.A.Y.E.R.S. Step Dance Company has been featured on Americas Got Talent and BET’s 106 & Park. He has also worked on industrials for L'Oreal Matrix, AT&T, US Bank and Cole Haan. In addition, he has choreographed commercials for Bank of America, and music videos for Wyclef, Juelz Santana, Chrisette Michelle, Wale and Wiz Kid. Victor has taken his talents and skills as a visionary choreographer to the field of directing. His work as a director can be seen in the music videos for the single "I'm Cocky" by recording artist G. Finale and for the single “Dance Floor” for Amen Ra A.K.A. Bam Bam, (the choreographer).
Victor's talents as a dancer has led him to perform in commercials and industrials for Old Navy, Bloomingdales, Crest, Oral B, Samsung, Jamba Juice, Target, Moncler, Tommy Hilfiger, and Hermes. He has worked on Madonna's Give Me All Your Love video featuring Nikki Minaj and MIA. His tours include Crystal Water's world tour and Alicia Keys, Keys in A Minor tour. He featured in Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars as a principal dancer in skits with Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, and Jon Stewart. Victor has been featured on SNL as a principle dancer in skits with Jim Carey, Maya Rudolph, Keenen Thomas, and Jason Segel.
Victors most recent booking is the National Tour for 50 Shades! The Musical. However, prior to that he has danced in the Robin Hood Concert with Rihanna, Good Morning America and Jimmy Fallon for Alicia Keys, and Jimmy Fallon for Neon Hitch. Victor uses his faith in God as a driving force in his life and career, which all inspires his motto… "I ride on optimism." Follow @victor_sho.