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Hefa Leone Tuita

Biography

Hip-hop dancer that has performed in Television series like Dance in Sunset and in movies like SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Musical 3: Mature Year. He provides appeared in various Chris Dark brown music movies, including “TAKE A LOOK AT Me Today.” He was created in Spanish Fork, Utah and started dance at eight. He made an appearance in an Aged Navy industrial with pop vocalist Melissa Molinaro in 2011. He and his brothers dance jointly in an organization known as Tuita Brothers. He danced within the music video for Alexis Jordan’s “Great Girl.”

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Date Of Birth June 18, 1991
Place Of Birth Utah
Profession Dancer
Nationality American
Movies High School Musical 3: Senior Year, High School Musical 2
TV Shows Dance on Sunset
Star Sign Gemini

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1Mother is Caucasian, father is Tongan.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
High School Musical 3: Senior Year2008Featured Dancer - High School Musical
Dance on Sunset2008TV SeriesNick 6
High School Musical 22007TV MovieEast High Dancer

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kausin' Kamotion: Dancerpalooza2015Short choreography
Back to Cali: KaMotion, Dancerpalooza2014Short choreography

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Ka-Portal: Kamotion, Dancerpalooza2016ShortHimself / Leon Five-Hundred
Kausin' Kamotion: Dancerpalooza2015ShortHimself
Back to Cali: KaMotion, Dancerpalooza2014ShortHimself
Boombox All Access with Chris Brown2011TV MovieHimself
HSM2: In the Kitchen2008Video documentary shortHimself

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