Cassandra Naud
Actor, Dancer
Non Union
“Our differences are not a reflection of our limitations.”
– Cassandra Naud

Cassandra Naud is a professional dancer born and raised in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. She attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles where she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Theater. Some of her credits include Nickelodeon’s movie ‘Rags’s starring Keke Palmer as well as a Saturday NightFootball promo collaboration between ESPN and Maroon 5.

She has worked with renowned director Kenny Ortega on an upcoming television series called ‘Bandolero’ and is also a featured soloist in Leona Lewis’ newsiest music video ‘Fire’ which stars top male supermodel Shaun Ross. She newest credit includes “Hot Street” the movie choreographed by Paul Becker. In addition to her Television credits, Cassandra has also done many stage performances. She has performed in the prestigious ‘Choreographers Carnival’ at the Avalon Theater in Hollywood, California on four separate occasions including a flash mob for rap artist Missy Elliot.

As well as performing Cassandra is also a dance educator. She has been teaching and choreographing in Alberta, Canada at her home dance studio, Generation Dance Studio and has also taught many classes at one of Canada’s most renowned dance studios Harbour Dance Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia. Cassandra looks forward to continued success in her dance career and broadening her horizons in the years to come as a professional dancer.