Jerome Alexander is originally from Napa, California. He attended Chapman University in and graduated from Chapman a double major in Dance and PR/Advertising. Literally 2 months after graduating college, Jerome found himself dancing for Kanye West and rock group Ok Go! in Nike’s Human Race Campaign. That same month, he booked Lady Gaga’s music video “Poker Face,” and he booked his first national commercial for McDonalds.
His next jobs included dancing for Brian Friedman on America’s Got Talent and Macy’s Passport Fashion shows; Tyce Diorio, Andre Fuentes, and Kevin Maher were choreographers that year. Shortly after completing those jobs, Jerome did his first campaign for Aczone, a skin care line, he danced in music videos for Lil John and Sean Paul, and he became a series regular dancer on Nickelodeon’s number 1 show “Victorious.” The next year, Jerome would dance for Jennifer Lopez, appear on Keeping up with the Kardashians with new girl group BG5, and travel to Japan to dance for Japanese superstar Domoto Koichi.
After dancing in LA for only 4 years, Jerome has broken many barriers. In 2012, he booked 3 national commercials: So You Think You Can Dance, Little Caesars (he was the Assistant Choreographer and also danced), and a promo commercial for Zooey Deshcanel’s New Girl; 2 of the commercials even aired at the same time! After that, Jerome was asked to be the Assistant Choreographer on a feature film, he choreographed a campaign for marriage equality, and traveled to Tokyo, Italy, Germany, and Switzerland in between jobs to teach and choreograph.
Most recently, Jerome danced in Fox's new show "Surviving Jack," and starred in a tribute show for Japanese dance icon, Mr. Frank. Jerome is currently on faculty with KAR Convention and Next Level Dance Competition.
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