Harrison Last
Actor, Dancer
Non Union
“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”
– Walt Disney

Harrison was born in Leicester, England and now resides in Ladner, B.C. He began dancing at the age of 6 with Hip Hop, and quickly moved into many complementary genres. Today, Harrison trains between 12 to 14 hours per week at Studio West Dance in Delta, BC. He loves to dance because he is able to express his feelings without being judged and loves to make people smile. Harrison is very humble and a hard worker. He is versatile and can pick up choreography fast and is dedicated to making things perfect. His teachers, Tanner Plecas, Melissa Pribula and Jyla Davis, play a key role in Harrison’s life as his mentors.

Harrison has already begun professional work performing at The Pacific National Exhibition with PRP Productions as a dancer in the “Let’s Pretend with KC Bear” and “Action Austin”. He also recently made his TV debut on the Netflix Series, The Healing Powers of Dude, performing choreography by Heather Laura Gray.

Some of Harrison’s accomplishments include Teen Provincial Champion at Synergy Dance competition, Teen Male VIP winner and Scholarship recipient at Jump Dance Convention, Junior Jazz Provincial Finalist at Surrey Festival of Dance and most recently was listed in the Top 20 for Teen Male Best Dancers at The Dance Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada. He continues to travel to different Dance conventions to further his career in learning new technique and choreography from the likes of Mark Meismer, Travis Wall and Francisco Gella.

Harrison’s future goal is to travel to other countries to learn new and exciting choreography, and one day aims to own his own dance studio. Harrison has faced many challenges being a young male dancer, however, he has never been one to shy away from adversity. He uses all of his experiences and emotions to fuel his hard work to pursue his passions in both school and dance.