Shabba Doo
American actor, dancer, choreographer
Shabba Doo
Shabba Doo is the stage name of Adolfo Quiñones, an American actor, dancer, choreographer, and director.
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Pimp Your Kicks: Shoeture Sneaker Bling - Huffington Post UK
Google News - over 5 years
I noticed one of the judges, street dance legend, Shabba Doo, was also wearing a silver pair, so over a hot Nando's I asked him what they were. And he told me. The following day I checked out the Shoeture website and discovered they didn't deliver to
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MEDIA ALERT Beverly Hills Industry Made Celebrity Red Carpet Fashion Show/Concert - PRLog.Org (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
... Founder E Entertainment Larry Namer, Recording Artist Colby O'Donnis, Actor/Choreographer Shabba-Doo, Bad Boy Records Recording Artist Jordan McCoy, Recording Artist Pinkeswear, Designer Setorii Pond, Jive Records Recording Artist Stephen Werner,
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Review/Film; And Now on the Screen: Lambada!
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: The lambada, once a Brazilian dance, was carpetbagged to Paris. There, entrepreneurs turned a Bolivian pop song and a common-denominator Caribbean beat into a pan-European hit and dance craze, involving undulating, bikini-clad rumps and female-groin-to-male-thigh contact. Some parties hope the lambada will catch on here, but if the onrush of
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Review/Theater; 'Stand-Up Tragedy,' Challenging the Rules
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Faced with the everyday frustrations of urban education, the playwright Bill Cain responds with ''Stand-Up Tragedy,'' as in the apt title of his corrosive new play. First produced at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, it is now running in revised form at Hartford Stage. It is an angry work, filled with bitterness about the impossibility of
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SCREEN: 'BREAKIN' 2'
NYTimes - about 32 years
THE kids in ''Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo'' like break- dancing so much that they prefer it to drug-taking and larceny. This, they argue, is the reason a community center called Miracles, which they have covered with blinding graffiti, should not be razed to make way for a mall. One kindly adult in the area understands the kids and their need to
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FILM: BREAK-DANCING STARS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
''Breakin','' which opened yesterday at the National and other theaters, features a number of good, mostly small-scale demonstrations of break-dancing, the energetic street choreography that is now in process of being co-opted and merchandized by big-time show business. The principal performers are Lucinda Dickey (''Grease 2''), a classically
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Shabba Doo
    TWENTIES
  • 1984
    Age 28
    Quiñones (along with his Breakin' co-star Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers and other dancers from the film) is prominently featured in the music video for Chaka Khan's 1984 song "I Feel for You".
    More Details Hide Details In the film Grown Ups, Chris Rock tells his wife, as he's preparing to dance with her ‘’I am a regular Shabba Doo’’. The song "Higher" by Taio Cruz includes the lyrics, I feel like Breakin’ 2 Electric Boogaloo You play Kelly, I’ll be Ozone.
    His most well-known role was as Ozone in the 1984 hit cult film, Breakin', as well as in its sequel, Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
    More Details Hide Details Quiñones also appeared in the film Rave - Dancing to a Different Beat, which he also directed. In addition, he has made guest appearances on TV shows, including The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Married... with Children, Miami Vice, What's Happening!! Saturday Night Live and Lawrence Leung's Choose Your Own Adventure. Besides acting and dancing work in film and television, Quiñones has served as a choreographer to many singers, such as Lionel Richie, Madonna, and Luther Vandross. He was a primary dancer and main choreographer for Madonna's Who's That Girl? Tour in 1987. He served as choreographer for Jamie Kennedy's MTV sitcom, Blowin' Up. He also choreographed Three Six Mafia's performance on the 78th Academy Awards, when they won the Oscar for best original song for their song "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp".
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1955
    Born
    Born on May 11, 1955.
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