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Christopher Calvin Harrison was born on 11 July, 1961 in Evanston, Illinois, United States, is a Choreographer, director, dancer, acrobat, fitness professional. At 59 years old, Christopher Calvin Harrison height not available right now. We will update Christopher Calvin Harrison's height soon as possible.
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|Occupation||Choreographer, director, dancer, acrobat, fitness professional|
|Christopher Calvin Harrison Age||61 years old|
|Born||11 July 1961|
|Birthplace||Evanston, Illinois, United States|
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|Body Measurements||Not Available|
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Christopher Calvin Harrison Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Christopher Calvin Harrison worth at the age of 61 years old? Christopher Calvin Harrison’s income source is mostly from being a successful Choreographer. He is from American. We have estimated Christopher Calvin Harrison's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Choreographer|
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|Wikipedia||Christopher Calvin Harrison Wikipedia|
In 2008, Harrison choreographed a Best Original Song performance for the 80th Academy Awards, based on choreography he directed for the 2007 film Enchanted.
In 2007, Harrison developed and started AntiGravity Fitness, a brand of workout programs combining the silk hammocks used in AntiGravity's aerial performances with yoga practices, Pilates, ballet barre exercises, and traditional strength training techniques into different exercise curriculums. Headquartered in New York City at his development studio, Christopher Harrison's AntiGravity Lab, his programs are currently licensed in fitness centers in over 40 countries.
In 2007, Harrison launched a fitness technique called AntiGravity Aerial Yoga, which he then licensed to various fitness centers, including Virgin Active Fitness in Milan, Steve Nash Fitness World in Vancouver, British Columbia, Madonna's Hard Candy Fitness in Moscow, and Crunch Fitness gyms throughout the US. Since the launch of the initial technique, Harrison has combined yoga practices, Pilates, ballet barre exercises, and strength training techniques into multiple exercise curriculums under the brand AntiGravity Fitness.
In 2003, Harrison also worked with the music group No Doubt in a feature song presentation during the 45th Annual Grammy Awards, as well as working with Michael Jackson during the 2003 Radio Music Awards. For the BET Awards in 2007 and 2008 he choreographed performances featuring Nelly, Fergie, and 50 Cent.
1n 2002, Harrison and AntiGravity were featured on Fox's Good Day New York newscast, as well as ABC's Good Morning America. This was followed by a debut of the company on NBC's Today Show in 2003.
Harrison collaborated as choreographer with rapper/producer P. Diddy and rapper Busta Rhymes in a number featuring Usher and Pharrell for the 2002 MTV Video Awards.
Since 1998, Harrison has consulted on acrobatic and aerial performances in multiple opera productions, including Aida, Samson et Delilah, and Manon.
Christopher Harrison has provided aerial choreography for multiple Broadway and theater productions, including the 1997 revival of Leonard Bernstein's Candide. In the original production of Swing!, which opened in December 1999, Harrison was credited for providing the show's "aerial flying" elements. Harrison also designed the aerial act for Jane Krakowski in the revival of Nine, for which he shared a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
From 1995 to 1996, Harrison created staging for Un Ballo in Maschera, La Traviata, Salome, Turandot, and Pagliacci. In 1997, Harrison added acrobatic acts to Ariadne auf Naxos and La Damnation de Faust. During that time Harrison collaborated with many of the MET's notable figures, including Hal Prince and Franco Zeffirelli.
Harrison has had a long-standing relationship with the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. In 1992 he led the Opera's first in-house acrobatic troupe in 14 stage appearances, and in the following year, Harrison created acrobatic staging in a production of Berlioz's Les Troyens.
In 1992, Harrison appeared with AntiGravity alongside Marisa Tomei in The Comedy of Errors at the Delacorte Theater for Shakespeare in the Park.
He directed his first full-length acrobatic show for Club Med Resorts in 1991. For six years, the interdependence he established with the international resort company allowed his performers to attain access to rehearsal space, where he continued to develop the troupe's acrobatic style.
Christopher Harrison first appeared on television with AntiGravity during the 1991 Miss America Pageant in a segment called "Extreme Dance" by choreographer Scott Salmon. In the same year, Harrison choreographed a segment for the NBA All-Star Game half-time show, as well as a television special "NBA All-Star Stay in School Jam" with MC Hammer.
Later in 1991, Harrison changed the name to "AntiGravity" when they performed a feature for the Radio City Music Hall annual Easter Show. They have since performed in over 500 productions and live performances in over 25 countries, with teams in New York City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Toronto, and Ontario.
Harrison began developing his movement style as a tumbling specialist and later as a dancer in Broadway theatre productions. In 1990, he established the performance company AntiGravity, composed of athletes, acrobats, and former Olympic competitors, with Harrison serving as director. They have been involved in various projects, including original theatrical productions, corporate events, and choreographing live performances, including the 2008 Neighborhood Inaugural Ball and the closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics. AntiGravity has also collaborated with musicians and pop celebrities for performances in entertainment industry shows, including the Academy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the Grammys. Harrison continues to work as an aerial designer for Broadway shows and the Metropolitan Opera.
On November 3, 1990, Christopher Harrison founded AntiGravity, Inc when organizers from the New York Marathon hired him to choreograph a performance for the Marathon's closing ceremonies at the Roseland Ballroom. Initially credited as "ZeroGravity," the performance troupe comprised athletes, acrobats, and former Olympic competitors, with Harrison serving as director and choreographer.
Christopher Calvin Harrison (born July 11, 1961) is an American director, dancer, acrobat, choreographer, fitness professional, and founder of performance troupe AntiGravity, Inc. and its spin-off fitness brand, AntiGravity Fitness.