Antoine Troupe comes from small town Fairfield, California where he
discovered his passion for dance freshman year of high school. He started
out freestyling, first with popping and then krump. His first experiences with
choreography and performing started in the church at the age of 17,
dancing with family and friends. Drawing a love for the stage and the feel
of performing he craved to develop his talent and take dance as far as he
could go, training intensively to take himself to the next level.
In 2006 Antoine created his own dance company by the name of
Tripl3 Threat. Along with choreographing for his company, in 2008 Antoine
joined the dance crew Supreme Soul. That year Supreme Soul became
contestants on MTV’s Americas Best Dance Crew, the first and only Bay
Area team to make it on to the show. After ABDC he toured with both
Tripl3 Threat and Supreme Soul performing and teaching around the world
for a couple years before joining Chapkis Dance Company as an Assistant
Director. Chapkis Dance is currently one of the top dance companies in
Since then Antoine moved to Los Angeles where his career has
taken off. He has toured twice with Mindless Behavior. He choreographed
Prince's latest music video "Breakfast Can Wait" as well as his appearance
on Arsenio Hall and other appearances, contributed to Chris Brown’s
stellar performance on Jimmy Fallon and has also choreographed for
CeeLo Green's UK Tour. Antoine is currently Kehlani’s head
choreographer and has choreographed both of her tours. Antoine is also
highly sought after as a teacher because of his ability to take dancers to
the next level. Antoine wants nothing more than to inspire and show others
what is possible if you work hard, trust in yourself, respect yourself, and
believe in yourself.
He hopes to change his world, if not the world, through
dance in any way he can.
And yes. This bio was written by me...Antoine Troupe.