Wade Robson (born September 17, 1982) was born in Australia and has become one of the most successful pop choreographers and producers.
Wade is a respected choreographer and the creator and host of MTV's "Wade Robson Project". By the time he was seven, Wade had appeared in three of Michael Jackson's biggest videos "Black or White", "Jam" and "Heal the World". Since then, he has choreographed and appeared with Britney Spears in Pepsi commercials, as well as serving as tour director for Britney's 2001 Dream Within A Dream Tour. Wade also worked with 'N Sync's multi-platinum Celebrity album as well as choreographing their performances at the 2000 Billboard Music Awards, 2000's No Strings Attached Tour, their 2001 MTV Music Awards performance and their 2001 Pop Odyssey Tour. And these are just a few of his celebrity credits. He has also worked with artists such as Ginuwine, Mya, Mandy Moore, and others. By the time he was nineteen, Wade's resume included positions as a professional choreographer, music producer, tour director, recording artist and actor.
While a talented producer, Wade is a gifted performer as well. Beyond dancing, Wade has had several jobs acting. In 1999, Wade Robson appeared in a series of Jack in the Box commercials as "TJ", one of the Meaty Cheesy Boys, a spoof of boy bands of the late 1990s. He had a role as a children's traveling choir member in a "Full House" episode, and also had roles in the 1996 Shaquille O'Neal film Kazaam and 1999's Edtv. Most recently Wade has appeared as himself in the urban dance film You Got Served (2004).
Currently, Wade is continuing to work as a music producer and choreographer to the stars, as well as serving as master choreographer and teacher for Tremaine Dance Convention and Competition.