Casper Smart Net Worth
Casper Smart is an American dancer and choreographer who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Casper Smart has worked as a choreographer and dancer for multiple commercial, film, and television projects. He has also performed on multiple world tours for various recording artists. He has danced in advertising campaigns for McDonalds, Haagen-Dasz, The Walt Disney Company, and T-Mobile, as well as choreographing for such recording artists as Eminem, Kelly Rowland, Mike Posner, and Beyonce. He has also worked on such television shows as, “So You Think You Can Dance”, “X-Factor”, and “The Lottery”. In addition to his commercial and choreography work, he has also toured with Nicki Minaj, Pink, Toni Braxton, Sean Paul, Toni Sparks, and Beyonce, among others. He was also slated to dance as part of Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” tour. While on tour with Jennifer Lopez, the two began a relationship in 2011. They broke up some time in 2014.
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Smart was born on April 6, 1987 in Anaheim, California to parents Shawna Lopez and Roy Smart. He grew up with his two older siblings, Bailey and Brandon, and his three younger siblings, Cory, Bree, and Brooklyn. He was very interested in music and the arts as he was growing up and played the saxophone while in high school. He also began dancing during this time and particularly enjoyed the hip-hop dance scene, especially krumping.
When Smart was 19, he entered a dance contest held by choreographer Debbie Allen. His talent was apparent and he ended up winning the contest and taking home the cash prize of $1,000. Soon afterward, he joined the world-renowned dance crew, Tommy the Clown. While a member of the group, he performed to sold out crowds around the world and was particularly well known for his explosive style of krumping.
Due to his success with dance, various recording artists began seeking out Smart as a choreographer and creative director. He has worked with artists like Nicki Minaj, Nick Jonas, Beyond, Jennifer Lopez, and Ariana Grande, among others. He would help them plan dances for music videos as well as onstage performances. Beginning in 2010, he appeared as a judge on the popular Univision dance competition show “Mira quién baila.” The show aired in both the United States and in Mexico.
In addition to dance, Smart also began transitioning into the world of acting, though many of his early roles were in dance-related firms and music videos. He appeared in the film “Dance Flick” in 2009 followed by “Step Up 3D” and “The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers” in 2010. From 2009 to 2010, he also appeared in three episodes of the popular television series “Glee.” In 2011, he landed a role in “Honey 2” as character Ricky. The same year, he also appeared in the music videos for “Leave it on the Floor” and “Where Them Girls At.” The next year, he appeared in the music video for “Dance Again” by Jennifer Lopez.
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In the years that followed, Smart began to book more straight acting roles that were not related to dance, helping him become more versatile as an actor. In 2014, he appeared in an episode of “The Big Bang Theory” as well as an episode of “Benched.” In 2015, he had a role in the film “Street” in which he played the lead role of Remo Street, a young fighter. He also appeared as a judge on truTV’s pop culture reality competition show “Fake Off” in 2015.
The next year, he appeared in the film “Restored Me” as well as in “48 Hours to Live.” He appeared in two episodes of “Shades of Blue” between 2016 and 2017. In 2017, he also landed a role in the remake of the film “Dirty Dancing.” He also appeared in the music video for the song “Mayores” by Becky G. and Bad Bunny. In 2018, Smart had a role in an episode of “King Bachelor’s Pad.” He also appeared in episodes of “S.W.A.T.” and “Shameless.” The same year, he played character Juanito in the film “Bella’s Story.”
In 2019, Smart appeared as Mr. Quinn in “Que Leones” and as David Ramirez in the television series “Instant Crust.” In 2020, he had a role in the comedy science-fiction film “Unbelievable. ” The following year, in 2021, he appeared in “Welcome to Paradise” and in “Fortress.” In 2022, he played character Reggie Hunter in “North of the 10.”
In addition to his work in television, film, and dance, Smart has also appeared in advertising campaigns for a number of brands like Frito Lay, Sprint Latino, Old Spice, Quest Nutrition, and Harley Davidson.
Smart currently resides in the Los Angeles area. He enjoys physical fitness and spends much of his free time training in various styles of mixed martial arts and kickboxing. He also enjoys riding motorcycles, snowboarding, and wakeboarding.
During his rise to fame, Smart met Jennifer Lopez while working as a dancer. At the time, she was 42 and he 24. Rumors of their relationship began to simmer in November of 2011 and then the couple was photographed together a few weeks later. They eventually confirmed their relationship, which was the first relationship for Lopez since divorcing ex-husband, Marc Anthony. Lopez has spoken about how helpful Smart was in helping her recover from the divorce. After dating for around two and a half years, the couple decided to break up in mid-2014. They remained good friends during the initial break-up and did reconcile before splitting for good in 2015. In 2019, Smart gave an interview in which he discussed how his immaturity ultimately helped contribute to the split, saying in hindsight he had probably not been ready to be in a relationship with a woman with children. Smart was later romantically linked with model, Breana Tiesi, in 2019.
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