Anthony King is a choreographer who started teaching dance at the world-famous Pineapple Dance Studios, London in 2004 and has authored twelve published books on a variety of subjects, from dance to Aspergers to music history.
Teaching & Choreography
He has taught stars from music, sport and film including Emma Watson, Miss World, Harry Potter, various members of Royalty (European and Middle Eastern), Pink Floyd, Top of the Pops, The Jonathan Ross show, Richard and Judy Show, Britain’s Got Talent, BBC’s EastEnders, BBC’s The Office, and the England Football Team. Choreographed fashion shows for Vidal Sassoon, Anthony has starred in and choreographed commercials for Sony PlayStation, Maverick Media, Warner Music and more. Anthony is the original choreographer of the west end musical, “Thriller Live”. In August 2005 Michael Jackson officially endorsed Anthony King on his official website. Anthony ceased his association with Michael Jackson in November 2018, when he taught his last Michael Jackson class and now teaches various dance styles including his new #throwbackdance class at Pineapple Dance Studios, Covent Garden: "The 80s|90s Dance Class!".
Anthony has held dance team building events and workshops for the worlds biggest companies from Twitter to Google, HM Treasury Department, Lego, Capgemini, Anglo American, PwC, Bonnier Publishing, King (creators of Candy Crush), City Sprint, Red Bull, Cisco Systems, TK Maxx, American Express, Proctor & Gamble, Metro Newspaper group, Rimmel London and many more.
He has been interviewed on most of the worlds national and International media including Sky News, BBC News, BBC Breakfast, Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV, ITV 2, CNN, ITN, BBC Radio 1, Capital FM, Choice FM, BBC Radio London and many more.
His online lessons have been viewed over 35 million times as well as being featured on YouTube homepage on numerous occasions. His classes have been described by the ‘THE SUN’ newspaper as ‘Hot!’ ‘Elle girl’ magazine have featured his classes as the ‘NEXT BIG THING’ as well as “dynamic and charismatic” by the London Lite. He has been featured as a contributing writer for magazines including ‘MORE MAGAZINE’ as ‘Celebrity dance tutor’. Even the Financial Times of London has recommended and featured Anthony’s classes!