Sean Lew is a young multi-talented professional dancer, choreographer, and creative director. Perhaps best known for his two seasons on the hit NBC competition series “World of Dance,” Sean has also written, directed, choreographed, edited and starred in his own dance film, II. A native of Los Angeles, Sean, who is of Chinese, Japanese and Mongolian descent, Sean started dancing when he was able to walk. He has received many winning titles in national and championship competitions and was given the opportunity to join The Pulse on Tour as an Elite Protege, which allowed him to hone his dance technique. Sean started to choreograph at the age of 10 and soon after received 1st Overall Champion at the ASH Nationals.
Sean has danced for Janet Jackson on her Unbreakable World Tour, Chris Brown, and in Sia’s short film video “The Greatest”. He was previously featured in the hit TV show “Glee,” the Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards and starred in commercials for Old Navy and Nissan among others.
He also was a featured member and competed in the Junior division of NBC’s “World of Dance” in their debut season. He then returned the following season with his dance partner, Kaycee Rice, as the hip hop fusion duo Sean & Kaycee and made it to the Junior division finals performing original pieces which he choreographed at just 16 years old. Sean’s talent did not go unnoticed because Meghan Trainor had him and Kaycee star in her video “After You,” which he also choreographed. The duo then were featured in Justin Bieber’s video “That’s What Love Is” and most recently, Sean was featured dancing solo in Justin Bieber’s “At Least For Now (CHANGES: The Movement)” video which he also choreographed and conceptualized.
Sean attributes his successes thus far to his family, who have helped and supported him through his endeavors. Sean takes great pride in inspiring others to dance and looks forward to continued success in all areas of movement.