Originally from Detroit, Michigan, ROBERT SCHULTZ now travels all over the United States, Canada and Costa Rica teaching and choreographing. Studio owners rave about the quality of his choreography : "Robert Schultz is the most innovative and motivating choreographer we have ever had in our studio." - B.M., South Carolina. He has worked on Urban Jamm Dance and Hollywood Connection Dance Convention.
Recently he choreographed the NEW NIGHT RIOTS "Contagious" Part 2 Version coming fall 2015. This past July hosted SYTYCD NATIONAL DANCE DAY at Universal Studios Hollywood.Major Crimes on TNT he choreographed and danced in it. This past MAY he choreographed opening Parade for the Indianapolis 500 with Nico and Vinz "AM I WRONG" who were on tour with Usher. He has a TV show that he just created being pitched to Networks by Shark Tank Producer.
And for the past 2 years Robert and Jenn ( writing partner) are working on a 4 movie scripts.
His choreography has been featured on Modern Family ABC, Kimora Life in the Fab Lane, Rachel Ray TV show Halloween Spooktacular, Night Riots Back to your love and Contagious Music Video, Juliette Lewis Music Video, Mobbed Money ( co-host) TV pilot on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Champs Bowl Half-time Show, Awesomeness TV Nickelodeon , Paulina Rubio's World Tour, The Bachelorette ABC, The GLAAD awards, E3 Games for Toy Story 3, Hosted National Dance Day SYTYCD at Universal Studios Hollywood, Buddy Holly Walk of Fame Star FM and Got Milk Campaign with Apollo Anton Ohno. Robert has been apart of the Flash mob Movement the past 5 years and has choreographed over 100 Flash Mobs for FMA the world's biggest Flash Mob Company.
He's danced in feature films (Gigli, The Wedding Planner, She's All That, Flintstones 2), on television (Billboard Music Awards, Soul Train Awards, Fox Music Mania,Scrubs, MTV Euarpean Awards, Fame L.A. ), with major artists(Blink 182, Vitamin C., Backstreet Boys, Toni Braxton) and in commercials (Pepsi, Toyota). As an actor, Rob's appeared on UPN's Grown Ups, in films (Dark Night, True Love), and he was one of the "Meaty Cheesy Boys" from Jack in the Box.