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Columbus Short

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Columbus Keith Short, Jr. (born September 19, 1982 in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American choreographer, actor, and singer. He choreographed Britney Spears's Onyx Hotel Tour and worked with Brian Friedman (of So You Think You Can Dance fame). He has two brothers, John Rancipher and Chris Staples. Short relocated to Los Angeles when he was five years old and immediately began working in a youth theater. He attended Marcos De Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona, as well as El Segundo High School and the Orange County High School of the Arts, before leaving to join the Broadway tour of Stomp. He has two children, with wife Tanee McCall-Short. Description above from the Wikipedia article Columbus Short, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Sep 19, 1982 In Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
19
First Appeared:
In the series Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears 1985-09-14
Latest Project:
movie Armed 2018-09-14
Known For
Poster of Mr. Right
Poster of Death at a Funeral
Poster of Judging Amy
Filmography
Movie Armed Turell 2018-09-14
Movie American Violence Ben Woods 2017-02-03
Movie True to the Game Quadir Richards 2017-09-08
Movie Definitely Divorcing Eric 2016-02-20
Movie The Girl is in Trouble August 2015-03-12
Movie Mr. Right Michael 2015-07-28
Series The Adventures of Chuck and Friends DJ Williams 2010-10-15
Movie Death at a Funeral Jeff 2010-04-15
Movie Armored Ty Hackett 2009-12-04
Movie Cadillac Records Little Walter 2008-12-05
Movie This Christmas Claude Whitfield 2007-11-27
Movie Accepted Hands 2006-08-18
Movie Save the Last Dance 2 Miles Sultana 2006-10-10
Series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Unknown 2006-09-18
Series Fingersmith Danny Wilensky 2005-03-27
Series Judging Amy Unknown 1999-09-19
Series Angel Links Linwood 'Pooch' Porteous 1999-04-07
Series Fievel's American Tails Soldier 1993-09-11
Series Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears DJ 1985-09-14