Helene Phillips is a true visionary with an incredible talent for keeping her body of work passionate, committed, and most importantly, "real." From performing to choreographing, to directing, she has contributed to some of the worlds most acclaimed productions!  Helene's credentials speak for themselves.

Beginning in the 1980's, Helene was quickly named one of the top dancers of her time. She was one of the original "Solid Gold" dancers as well as lead dancer in such movies as "Stayin' Alive" with John Travolta, "Dr. Detroit" with Dan Akroyd, and "Going Berserk" with John Candy.


This experience opened up many doors for Helene whose career rose to new levels starting with assistant choreographer on the film, "A Chorus Line" featuring Michael Douglas. From there, she quickly segued to calling all the shots on Michael Jackson's 3D film "Captain EO" and working with Madonna on her "Who's That Girl" world tour. As a choreographer Helene was nominated for an Emmy for her work on "Papa's Angels" starring Scott Bakula and Cynthia Nixon.

Her film, television, and commercial credits are numerous including the Holiday K-Mart spots with Rosie O' Donnell and Penny Marshall, "Spelling Bee" starring Charlie Sheen and Anna Faris, and "Mafia" starring Jay Mohr and Christina Applegate.

She has staged many "live" shows with a line up of stars as: Eric McCormick, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Thelma Houston and Lesley Ann Warren.

Some of her music videos are: Karyn White's "Love the Way you Love me," Jack Wagner's "Weatherman Says" and the very popular "Walk the Dinosaur" by Was Not Was. People magazine's review of the video said Helene's choreography made "insanity fun and sexism sexy."


Bursting with energy and sensuality from the core of her being, Helene unlocks an overflow of creative enthusiasm that is contagious!


This year, Helene is going to change the landscape of entertainment. She is working on a "live" show that internationally is being referred to as "Revolutionary" and "serving up sexy like never before"!



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