Zoï Tatopoulos

Michael Waldrop

Zoï Tatopoulos began dancing at the age of four. She trained at multiple studios in LA and started competing. She later moved to Greece at the age of 15 and took part in “So You Think You Can Dance, ” winning 3rd. At 21 she decided to create her very own dance company of 11 professional dancers, performing at the respected “Kakogiannis” Theater of Greece. She then began working with pop sensations, Helena Paparizou and Anna Vissi as their head choreographer . At 24 she moved back to LA and started working with young talents at competitive dance studios of LA. Zoi is best known for her work with muse , Kaycee Rice. Bringing dynamic, creepy vibes to the competition floor. She has choreographed music videos for rappers , Carnage, Travis Scott, and musicians, Yuna, Muneshine , and Natasha Paparizou. In 2017, Zoi was the head contemporary choreographer of “So You Think You Can Dance” Greece. Now back in LA, she has taught at studios IAF, and Tmilly TV, and is based at the Rage Performing Arts Complex, as one of the head choreographers for the competitive dance teams.