Kelly Konno has been working professionally in the entertainment business for the past 25 years. At the early stages of her career, Konno moved to Los Angeles to work with international superstars such as Janet and Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Prince, Pink, and*NSYNC. She has performed on the Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, American Music Awards, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and many others. She has toured extensively across the world with Janet Jackson, Prince and Justin Timberlake.
Miss Konno is one of the most respected choreographers in the industry. Her choreography credits include the competition reality series on Global television, Canada Sings, the feature film Frankie & Alice starring Halle Berry, the Aaliyah Biopic alongside Luther Brown, Nickelodeon’s Rags, Spectacular & The Best Player, the WB’s Another Cinderella Story, Janet Jackson’s show at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, the Feeling Good music video for Michael Bublé, the hit Disney feature film The Lizzie McGuire Movie, as well as choreographing performances for the 2010 Winter Olympics torch relay. She most recently worked on the feature film The Layover directed by William H. Macy.
Kelly Konno is also proud to be the director and co-owner of Triple Threat Dance Convention, which is going into its 19th season. It has become Canada’s largest dance convention that travels across the country inspiring and motivating the next generation of Canadian dancers. She is also pursuing a career in acting. Kelly can be seen on episodes on the hit television series, Motive, Once Upon a Time, Fringe, Emily Owens MD, & Continuum, and has acted in numerous commercials. She recently completed filming The Unauthorized Story of Beverly Hills 90210 & the Jerry Bruckheimer pilot HOME, the Hallmark MOW Hearts of Spring & A Time to Dance, as well as Lifetime’s MOW Faint of Heart.