Suzie Cunliffe-Brown

Suzie began her dance training at age three when she became one of the first students of the DLDA. Her talent was apparent right from the start. She competed in her first solo at age five and a mere ten years later was one of the youngest dancers hired for Canada's Wonderland. From there Suzie's career skyrocketed. Included in her four years of performing at Canada's Wonderland (two of those years being dance captain), she was given the opportunity to performed throughout Northern Canada for the Canadian Armed Forces tour for our Canadian troops and for the United Nations in Egypt, Cypress, Israel and Germany. Her television experience spans Commercials, T.V. series and music videos; she has been "Robin Williams" foot double in "Death to Smoochie" and has choreographed such greats as Aretha Franklin, the late James Brown, Erika Bahdu, John Goodman, Dan Akroyd and Wilson Pickett. Suzie has done industrials for Toyota, Sunoco, General Electric, Digital Electronics, and Word Book Encyclopedia. She has performed and choreographed Fashion Shows for La Senza, Eluck Productions, the Women's Show, Cougar Fashions, Children's Wish Foundation, and Kinney. She was the dance captain for the La Cage dinner theatre, performed in the "Viva Las Vegas" show at the Scott House, and was back up dancer for Shania Twain and Bobby Curtola. Working with such companies as Paramount, King's Production, Nickelodeon and Cedar Fair, Suzie continues to choreograph and direct many stage shows at Canada's Wonderland throughout the summer and for Halloween Haunt.