Morgan Tanner
Choreographer, Dancer
“You are a prize! I am so appreciative of your hard work and creativity.”
– Kenny Ortega, Director

Morgan Tanner’s dance career roots back to White Rock, British Columbia, Canada. His early training came from The Royal Winnipeg Ballet and the Banff School for The Arts. At the age of 13 his career erupted by becoming a Canadian Youth Ambassador for The Arts, and later that year performing on Broadway for the first time. Morgan’s later training came from Ballet British Columbia and the prestigious Alberta Ballet.

Currently Morgan is further pursuing his involvement in the production side of film and television. He was Head Coordinator for the Choreography Department in such productions as Disney’s Descendants 2, Disney’s Descendants 3, Freaky Friday, and Death of a Cheerleader.

Some of Morgan’s more recent film choreography can be seen in A Fairly Odd Summer, Once Upon A Time, Impastor, Freaky Friday, Death of a Cheerleader, Fringe, and The X Files.

Morgan has worked and toured with companies and productions extensively in Japan, Australia, The United States, Canada and Europe. His film and television performance credits include: Deadly Class, A Series of Unfortunate Events, The X-Files, Disney’s Descendants, Descendants 2, Descendants 3, The Magicians, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, Another Cinderella Story 2, Rags, Once Upon A Time, Psych, Hellcats, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, and he was a feature soloist in Dancing on The Edge filmed for Bravo Television.

Morgan began teaching at a young age, and in 1999 he became a faculty member of Triple Threat Dance Convention, and later a faculty member of Brent Street Studios, based out of Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia.

In 2010 Morgan was Assistant Choreographer for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games; where he was also featured as a performer with Sarah McLachlan in the Opening Ceremonies and Catherine O’Hara in the Closing Ceremonies. Morgan also spent time in Azerbaijan where he was the Mass Choreography Team Lead for The 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies that included more than 5000 performers.

Currently Morgan continues to choreograph for various film and television projects.

Morgan’s roots lie in Vancouver, Canada but he can be found dancing and sharing his love for the arts around the globe.