Zach Woodlee
American choreographer
Zach Woodlee
Zach Woodlee is an American choreographer and dancer. He is currently choreographer and co-producer of the TV series Glee.
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Ed Martin: Noteworthy Series of 2012 You Didn't See on Many (or Any) Year-End Top Ten Lists
Huffington Post - about 4 years
The dozens of year-end top-ten lists compiled last month by television critics largely paid homage to the usual (and deserving) suspects, among them Showtime's Homeland, PBS' Downton Abbey, CBS' The Good Wife, HBO's Girls and AMC's awesome trifecta, Mad Men, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. My own top ten list features all of those. But there are numerous other series that deserve hindsight recognition as we say goodbye to 2012 and move into the New Year. They likely didn't turn up on many (if any) best-of lists, but they still count as some of television's most noteworthy shows. Here are ten such programs, followed by a few that almost made the list. Tosh.0: (Comedy Central) Once again, Comedy Central's uncompromisingly crude Tosh.0 stood out as TV's Funniest Show. Even after 100 episodes, host and executive producer Daniel Tosh and his crew didn't lose any of their manic enthusiasm for cobbling together the most shocking and unreservedly vulgar videos available on the We ...
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SNEAK PEEK: Meet The Contestants On 'The Glee Project' Season 2
Popeater - almost 5 years
The premiere of "The Glee Project" is right around the corner on June 5, and our exclusive sneak peek at Season 2 features "Glee" choreographer Zach Woodlee teaching the contestants all the right moves. "This week's theme is individuality," Woodlee says in the clip above. "So the real challenge is to be able to work as a group, yet still be able to hold their own as individual characters." While the contestants don't exactly get the dance down, their efforts are certainly fun to watch. From a 19-year-old parrot salesman to a performer from Florida who identifies as transgender, the "The Glee Project" Season 2 is sure to bring a diverse group of contestants. Season 2 of "The Glee Project" kicks off on Tuesday, June 5 at 10 p.m. ET on Oxygen.
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The Talon: Two new Gleeks for Glee. - my.hsj.org
Google News - over 5 years
During callbacks, the ones who casting director Robert Ulrich and choreographer Zach Woodlee believe to have failed in their performance are sent to the bottom three. The bottom three are then assigned a song that they will perform in hopes of being
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Jade Wright previews the best programmes on TV tonight (Wednesday) - Liverpool Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Their progress will be overseen by Glee's casting director, Robert Ulrich, the show's choreographer, Zach Woodlee, and Glee's vocalist, vocal arranger and songwriter, Nikki Anders. With only two episodes to go until we discover who the lucky winner is,
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Glee Goes Glam For Fashion's Night Out - DrJays.com Live
Google News - over 5 years
Filmed in Manchester, England, directed by Jake Nava and choreographed by Zach Woodlee, the members of New Directions “turn to the left,” and “turn to the right” in high fashion garb created by the likes of Marc Jacobs, Balmain, Prada,
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Q&A: Modesto's Pearce and her 'Glee Project' story - Modesto Bee
Google News - over 5 years
Q: Since Ryan and Robert (Ulrich, "Glee" casting director and "Glee Project" host and mentor) and Zach (Woodlee, "Glee" choreographer and also a "Project" mentor) and the others weren't accountable to a public vote to determine the winner,
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Dianna Agron: 'Fashion' Music Video! - Just Jared Jr.
Google News - over 5 years
Directed by Jake Nava and choreographed by Zach Woodlee, the vid premiered last night on FOX. Fashion's Night Out is on September 8th all around the world — check out FashionsNightOut.com for all FNO shops, activites and more!
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Glee: 'Fashion's Night Out' Video! - Just Jared
Google News - over 5 years
The video, which was made in collaboration with Vogue, features Lea Michele covering David Bowie's song “Fashion” and was directed by Jake Nava and choreographed by Zach Woodlee. Glee creator Ryan Murphy recently shared that Lea Michele has come into
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Three Things Glee Should Learn From The Glee Project - New York Magazine (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Sunday's finale of the winning Glee Project crowned two winners, two sorta winners, and a whole nation of devotees to choreographer and judge Zach Woodlee. (Call us, Zach! Call us.) But over the last nine weeks, while wannabe cast members sang and
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All Four Remaining Contenders Make the Call Back List for 'The Glee Project ... - TVbytheNumbers
Google News - over 5 years
During the final 'Last Chance Round,' the bottom three must perform for Ryan Murphy, casting director Robert Ulrich, and choreographer Zach Woodlee as they carefully assess which of them has what it takes to be one of the next new faces of the
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'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie': The Reviews Are In! - MTV.com
Google News - over 5 years
Glen Kinney, MSN Movies "Another of the movie's strengths is the showcasing of cast members with dance training, like McHale, Heather Morris and Harry Shum Jr. The gifted Shum gets favored by the camera frequently during choreographer Zach Woodlee's
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The Glee Project Recap: The Cast Gets Comfortable With Their Sexuality - SheKnows.com
Google News - over 5 years
It's now time for judges Robert Ulrich and Zach Woodlee to select the bottom three. After reviewing the contestants' work Alex, Cameron, and Damian are selected to be in the bottom three. They now have the chance to redeem themselves in the last-chance
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Glee fans get chance to be on the show - 3News NZ
Google News - over 5 years
The winner will appear in seven episodes alongside the rest of the Glee cast. The Glee Project's mentors and judges come from the original show: Nikki Anders is the vocal coach, Zach Woodlee is choreographer and Robert Ulrich is the casting director
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Ryan Murphy's Winehouse joke was cut! - PopBytes (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Editors replaced those few seconds with a shot of judge and Glee choreographer, Zach Woodlee, while cutting the audio completely from the broadcast. SOURCE Look, I know it's still a little fresh and all, but … well, you can't just change history
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The Glee Project Review - Kidzworld Media
Google News - over 5 years
During callbacks, the judges (Ryan Murphy, Robert Ulrich and Zach Woodlee) choose the bottom three, who will each have to perform a song. Based on their performances, the judges will eliminate one contestant. The elimination is more like a real
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'Glee Project' censors Amy Winehouse joke - Boston Herald (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Then the audio went out for a few seconds as the camera cut to judge and “Glee” choreographer Zach Woodlee. On a hunch, I jumped to Comcast's On Demand service and found the unedited version of the episode. At the moment the camera cut to Woodlee, ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Zach Woodlee
    TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 26
    He was a back-up dancer for Madonna in her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour.
    More Details Hide Details Zack Woodlee is currently choreographing Glee and is the co-producer of the show. He also co-produces The Glee Project.
  • 2001
    Age 23
    In 2001, Woodlee made an appearance in Buffy the Vampire Slayer sixth season (episode 7) as one of the demons of dance, along with Hinton Battle, who was Sweet.
    More Details Hide Details Zach Woodlee is Glee‘s principal choreographer.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1995
    Age 17
    After graduating from Poteet High School in 1995, his parents encouraged him to attend college.
    More Details Hide Details He started looking into geriatrics, but his heart belonged to the stage. After a short stay, he decided to go to Los Angeles and try his luck there. “My heart just broke,” said his mother, Vicki Woodlee. “We didn’t want him to go.” Although he had no friends or connections in L.A., Woodlee auditioned for the Performing Arts Academy. He won a full scholarship. During his one year of study at the academy, Woodlee was bound by contract not to audition for any outside parts. Following completion, however, he has not stopped moving. Unlike agents in Dallas, agents in Los Angeles are specialized. Woodlee’s agents have kept him working extensively. He has traveled and performed with Madonna, LeAnn Rimes and Mandy Moore. He can also be seen in the music video “Pinch Me” by the Barenaked Ladies and "Boom Boom" By performer Chayanne.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born
    Zachary Vinson Woodlee was born April 27, 1977 in Mesquite, Texas.He has three brothers Matt, Beau and Slade who all took dance.
    More Details Hide Details He graduated from Poteet High School in Mesquite. Woodlee was voted "Most Popular Guy" and was nicknamed "Mr. Poteet". He later went on to attend University of North Texas. Zach Woodlee spent his early life in his mother’s dance studio in Mesquite. It should be no surprise that he is now pursuing a career in acting. In the past year, he’s made some impressive progress. Woodlee starred in his first commercial, for Pop Rocks, when he was 12 years old. From there, he worked with the Kim Dawson studio in Dallas and won the UIL state competition for his role of Davey in a school play. He Can be seen appearing in Old Navy television ads. Some of his other commercial appearances include ads for Exxon, Sony and Abracat.com.
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