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Junior Laniyan is an accomplished actor/dancer having appeared on stage as Master Juba in Master Juba, Pete Spivy in Blues for Mr Charlie for the Tricycle Theatre, Kamel in D’you Know What I Mean and Him in Fifteen Minutes Before, both at Nottingham’s Lakeside Arts Centre. As a Dancer he has appeared in New York on Tap and Cross Currents Turned on Tap at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Robbie Williams Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Feet Fusion Tap Concert in Finland’s Gloria Theatre, Finding Synaesthesia at the Purcell Room, and Riverdance in Germany, China, Korea and the UK.
On screen he played The Photographer in Kill, Kill, Faster, Faster & Pvt Bell in 28 Days Later.
He has also worked extensively in numerous television productions including A Respectable Trade, Doctors, Rough Diamonds, If You See God Tell Him Prime Suspect 2 and Holby City for the BBC. Stealing Lives for Channel Four. Family Affairs for Channel Five as well as Twenty-Four Seven, Wavelength and Coronation Street for Granada Television.
Junior has taught numerous workshops in Greece, France, Finland, Italy and Estonia as well as the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Collin’s Performing Arts School, Danceworks, Mountview, the North London Performing Arts Centre, London Studio Centre, and Sylvia Young Theatre School. He is also a faculty member of Pineapple Studios London.
In his efforts to share his love of the dance with others, he co-founded the London tap Jam which he hosts at London's Ronnie Scott's Bar.
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