Kyle Robinson from "All the Right Moves" stars in the Oxygen reality docu-series.

Kyle Robinson began dancing when he was 11 years old and quickly began mastering all the movements and forms of the art. He studied dance for eight years at The Gold School under the direction of Rennie Gold. He rose to the top of more than 6,000 talented students across the nation to participate as a finalist in the Arts Week program of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA). He was among 50 students honored to be nominated as a 2005 Presidential Scholar in the Arts by the NFAA. By the time he was 18 years old, he had already received the Gold Award in Modern Dance from the NFAA. It was also during this time that he met legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov who began to mentor Kyle from that point on.

Robinson went on to fine tune his abilities by training at the Julliard School, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2009. Throughout his college experience he continued to take his skill to the next level, and worked as a freelance dancer with Aszure & Artists as well as the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. His hard work paid off, and he landed the role of Diesel in the first national tour of "West Side Story." Continuing with this success, he recently performed a special ballet piece on "Dancing with the Stars" and remains active in the dance community.

Currently, Robinson mentors and dances with the Shaping Sound dance company as well as independently.

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Hometown: Brockton, MA

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Oxygen Makes 'All the Right Moves' — Premiering Tuesday, July 31, the new reality docu-series follows the launching of a dance company by Travis Wall and Nick Lazzarini from "So You Think You Can Dance" and Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson from "Dancing with the Stars." Read more...
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