Kasey Campbell



Kasey Campbell, a Vancouver native, trained in ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap and musical theatre from the age of four. At seventeen, Kasey moved to Los Angeles to pursue a professional dance career where she spent her first year on scholarship at the famed Tremaine Dance Center. After being sought out by the top agents in the industry, Kasey embarked on her professional career. Some of Kasey’s feature film appearances include Steven Spielberg’s “A.I.”, “Charlie’s Angel’s II”, “Be Cool”, “Bubble Boy”, with a supporting role in “Whirly Girl”, and Johnny Depp’s directorial debut, “Smoke”. Her television credits include: “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip”, “Suddenly Susan”, “The Late Show with David Letterman”, “The Carson Daly Show”, “Late Night with Craig Kilborn” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Along with numerous video and commercial credits, her choreography has been featured in: “The Sweetest Thing” and episodes of “Joey”, “Happy Hour” and “Friends”. Artists Kasey has performed with include Gwen Stefani, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Macy Gray, Black Eyed Peas, Elton John, Kid Rock, Marilyn Manson and Jane’s Addiction. She has performed on numerous award shows including: “The Billboard Awards”, “The MTV Music and Movie Awards”, “The Radio Music Awards”, “Divas Live” and “The World Music Awards”. As an original and founding member of “The Pussycat Dolls”, Kasey has appeared on the covers of Maxim, Guitar World and Interview magazine. Kasey was in the Dolls for nine years and in 2004 the group signed a four-year record deal with Interscope/Geffen/A&M. After leaving the dolls Kasey created a new group with Carmen Electra and the “Bombshell Babes” enjoyed performing across the United States and abroad. Currently, Kasey has moved back to Vancouver and is pursuing a career in law.