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Allison Holker - Cobu 3D

Allison Holker will be in the new dance hit COBU 3D - Directed by the amazing Duane Alder - stay tuned for more information!!


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Best known to television audiences for her amazing performances on Fox’s hit dance competition series "So You Think You Can Dance," Allison Holker will soon be showcasing her impressive dancing and acting skills as she joins the cast of the new VH1 television series "HIT THE FLOOR." "HIT THE FLOOR" is set in the competitive and occasionally ruthless world of professional basketball dance teams. Holker will appear as one of the Los Angeles Devil Girls " CHARLIE", the premiere dance team in the league. "HIT THE FLOOR" also stars Dean Cain, Kimberly Elise, and Charlotte Ross.

Holker first burst onto the scene when she competed in season 2 of "So You Think You Can Dance." Her skill & popularity led to an invitation to return as an All-Star in season 7, where she met fellow dancer Stephen "tWitch" Boss. They recently got engaged in January 2013 while filming a Microsoft commercial. She continued as an All-Star in 2011, 2012, and now 2013 she is expected to return in this season as an ALL-STAR performer and choreographer.

Last year, Holker co-choreographed and hosted the television show "A Chance to Dance" (Ovation TV) and was featured in Oxygen’s dance series "All the Right Moves." She also joined forces with Derek Hough to choreograph various guest performances on ABC’s popular dance competition show "Dancing with the Stars." Also choreographed and performed along side Stephen "twitch" Boss for a duet on "DWTS" this last season. Aside from being featured in numerous television commercials, other credits include the hit FOX drama "House", special appearances on "ELLEN", and the pilot "Grace." Holker can also be seen in both installments of Disney’s hit movie franchise "High School Musical" & "Cobu 3D." She also co-starred in the dance documentary "Movement One."

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