Adesola Osakalumi was born in The Bronx, New York, on July 18, 1975. He is an actor, choreographer, singer, and dancer from the United States. Adesola was born with everything she needed. Ted Irvine is the name of his father, and April Margera is the name of his mother.

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Adesola has been interested in dance since she was young. At a young age, art was all around him and had a big effect on him. His uncles started a traveling dance group called Africa I Dance Theater, where his mother was a dancer. His father later joined the group.

The company’s goal was to spread African dance and culture in the U.S. and around the world, which made Adesola want to dance, make things, and teach. During his time as a scholarship student at the Dance Theater of Harlem, he learned how to combine his natural talent with routine and schedule, as well as how to use the different words of dance.

When he was younger, Adesola wanted to be one of the best poppers and lockers on the scene. His dream came true when he was picked to join Rhythm Technicians, a dance team with some of hip hop’s most famous B-Boys. By performing often, the group gained a lot of attention in New York.


Hip hop theatre was started by the GhettOriginals Productions Dance Company (GPDC), which later became the GhettOriginals Productions Dance Company (GPDC). As a co-founder of GPDC, Adesola helped hip-hop dance have an impact on commercial theatre that will last.

GPDC was the first hip-hop dance group to perform at the prestigious Colorado Dance Festival. They also made the groundbreaking dance show Jam on the Groove. The show opened Off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theatre in November 1995. It was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Choreography. Jam on the Groove then played to rave reviews in the US, Europe, South America, and Asia.

Adesola has been in charge of many things at The Asia Society. She was the Artistic Director for Hip Hop Kung Fu, which featured hip hop performers from Japan, China, and the United States. She was also on the board for Dancing in the Streets and helped Pentacle with their choreography.

In 2009, he joined the group as both an ensemble dancer (called a “Area Boy”) and a stand-in for Fela Kuti. In 2010, he played the role of Fela Kuti four times on Broadway. He was made the alternate lead for the 2011 national tour and given the role of Fela (playing the character on weekends and some evenings). When the musical came back to Broadway for a short run in July 2012, Osakalumi was cast as the leading lady, and she went on to direct the cast for the 2013 national tour, which got great reviews.

In movies, he acts as a dancer or a person in charge of the dances. There is no record of his past relationships or marriages. In the same way, he doesn’t have any children.

Adesola is best known for his roles in the Tony-nominated Broadway musical FELA!, for which he won three Tony Awards for Best Choreography, Best Costume Design, and Best Sound Design.



It is thought that this famous and skilled dancer is worth between $5 and $10 million. He is one of the most well-known dancers, and he has a lot of fans on social media.

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