REAL NAME:

Bryan Gaynor

DANCE STYLES:

Robot, Animation, Popping, Locking, Waving, Tutting

DANCE CREWS:

RemoteKontrol and Dragon House

FEATURED IN TV SHOWS:
  • So You Think You Can Dance (5 episodes)
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
  • The Wendy Williams Show
  • 106 & Park
FEATURED IN MUSIC VIDEOS:
  • Watch The Duck - "Poppin' Off"

Bryan "Chibi" Gaynor has spent years crafting his own unique mechanical style to become one of the top robot dancers in the world. Specialized in robot animation, he has gone from winning first place at his High School talent show to amazing the world on national television. With every performance, he continues to wow the crowd.

Chibi was born with Scoliosis, which deals with the curvage of the spine. In addition to that condition, he has Klippel-Feil syndrome, which is "characterized by the congenital fusion of any two of the seven cervical vertebrae." With this rare disease, he is seen by others with a short neck. Even though he's born with limitations to his physical movements, he never lets anything stop him from his passion for dance!

In 2007, Chibi has the opportunity to share his talent and story on the hit dance show So You Think You Can Dance. Not only did he amazed the judges with his audition piece, but he proved to the world that anyone can overcome their limitations and continue to pursue their passion. He continued to share his message on another TV show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He has been an inspiration to those who want to pursue what they love despite having the limitations that try to hold them back.

Chibi continues to perform all around with two of the hottest animation dance crews around: RemoteKontrol and Dragon House. In 2008, he joined with two amazing dancers, Julius "iGlide" Chisolm and Marquese "Nonstop" Scott, to form RemoteKontrol, the all-golden dance trio from ATL. The crew performed all around the country and even took the stage live on SYTYCD in 2010. The crew eventually brought in more dancers to create Dragon House, consisting of some of the biggest names in the ATL area. Boths crews have been all over the globe, performing in NBA halftime shows, television shows, and other major events.

Chibi is an individual who loves his craft and enjoys sharing it to the world. Despite having physical limitations, he has conquered any stage on which he performs, amazing any crowd with his unique dance skills. So if you have an interest in watching a robot who cannot human, keep an eye out for the one and only, Chibi!

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