top of page

Cara Lee


Dancing was Cara Lee’s first love. That very love has grown tremendously over the years and has resulted in a talented performer, entertainer, teacher, and choreographer with a true passion for the arts, both in front of, and behind the camera.

After 12 years of studio training, Cara Lee (she/her) went on to train with The Source Dance Company for two years. Cara Lee has trained with the Radio City Rockettes in NYC and has also trained extensively at renowned studios in Vancouver, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris and Budapest. Combining her technical skills, versatility and unique style, her dance styles include jazz, hip hop, contemporary, tap and ballet.

Cara Lee began her professional career travelling the world as a performer with Carnival Cruise Lines. From there, she started auditioning and seeking opportunity in film and tv and can be seen on Disney’s Descendants, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Virgin River, Freaky Friday, BH90210, The X-Files, Nickelodeon’s Rags, Percy Jackson, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and many more films, TV series and music videos.

Cara Lee was a part of the choreography team on See (Apple TV+) for both season 1 and 2, starring Jason Momoa. She worked as an assistant choreographer on Maid (Netflix). She worked as a movement specialist on All The Light We Cannot See (Netflix) which brought her to Budapest and France for four months where she worked alongside blindness consultant Joe Strechay. She was also selected to be part of the choreography team for the official 48th UAE National Day ceremony, traveling to Abu Dhabi for two months.Cara Lee was one of two Canadians chosen from the very first Canada-wide auditions to perform at the famous Moulin Rouge in Paris, France. She was thrilled for the opportunity to be trained in the famous French Cancan and live in such a city of culture. She describes The Moulin Rouge as ‘an experience of a lifetime’.

She shines when she gets to share her passion with others, whether it be teaching, adjudicating, or choreographing across North America, Europe, and the Middle East.

bottom of page