Everett Smith
Dancer, Actor
“Everett is a pure entertainer, versed in many styles with a keen knowledge of the “big picture”, a choreographer’s dream.”
– Melissa Williams, Choreographer

Top 4 Finalist Season 2 CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance

From performing in the North American National Tour of Tap Dogs: Rebooted as “The Kid”, to playing the role of “Paulie”, member of the Corny Council, in Hairspray: The Movie, Everett has proven himself a versatile entertainer. With most recent appearances that include a top 4 finish in the hit CTV series “So You Think You Can Dance Canada: Season 2”, and the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies, Everett embraces any challenge put in front of him

Most recently Everett has just opened a studio strictly dedicated to tap dancing! The “TapDance Centre” is home of his Jr., Sr., and Professional Performing companies. As well, teamed with So Danca, Everett has continued to demonstrated his Canadian Pride with his new shoes; the So Danca TA-706,716,806 and 816 model – All boldly equipped with a Canadian Maple Leaf!

Everett has also been part of many award winning productions, most notably playing the role of “Tip” in “I think I Can” at Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, which was nominated for 5 Dora Awards and won “Outstanding new musical” in ’07.

Other credits include stage performances of Grease and Footloose, as well as, film work on Disney’s “Ice Princess”, “From Time to Time”, “Life with Derek”, “Slings & Arrows”, and “American Girl Doll: Felicity”. Everett has danced for Katy Perry, Tom Cochrane, Cory Lee, Bobby Blake & Andrea Lewis. His work for Keshia Chante has included performances; opening for “Ludacris”, “the 30 Hour Famine”, “the Harry Jerome awards”, and the “2005 Juno awards”. As well, Everett danced along side country superstar Terri Clark, in “Tapville” raising funds for cancer research.

Everett has always loved to teach and adjudicate and has always shown a strong passion to inspire. His classes across Canada have been a hit and have always come with a positive and motivating experience. His passion to perform, to inspire, and to entertain, has always been the driving force behind every step he takes.