Kim O’Neill is an established dancer, teacher, choreographer, director of the O’Neill Academy of Dance, and also a graduate from the University of Western Ontario. She is trained extensively in all dance disciplines.
Kim continues to peruse her dance career, represented by Da Costa Talent Agency in Toronto. With more than a decade of professional work under her belt, Kim has become an established performer. She was a featured dancer for the Helix Dance Project, (Linda Garneau), Je Danse (Siona Jackson), has performed at numerous industrial shows including the Celebrity Gala, Crystal Ball Charity Event, the C.I.M Awards, the Contessa Awards, the Steve Nash Charity Event, World Pride 2014, the 2016 / 2017 Hold Em’ for Life Gala, the Gilda Awards alongside Eric McCormack, the Mary Kay Event Gala, and the Chandelier Ball” (Elgin Theatre’s 100th anniversary spectacular ), to name a few. Kim completed a series of appearances on CBC’s “Over The Rainbow, “ “Warehouse 13’s” finale episode (42nd Street segment), and can be seen in the motion picture “Save the Last Dance 2: Steppin Up,” “Camp Rock”, starring the Jonas Brothers, and “Canada’s Smartest Person.” Kim’s theatre credits include: Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Song and Dance”, Drayton Entertainment’s, “Aladdin”, “Cinderella”, Robinhood, and Peter Pan, Dance Legends, Big Band Legends, Rock n’ Roll Legends, Assistant Choreographer for “Dance Legends” at the Grand Theatre, “Return to Grace” (Ed Mirvish Theatre, Fallsview Casino, Bangkok Thailand, and Canadian National Tour), had the pleasure of dancing as a soloist for singer, Chad Brownlee, at the 2016 Canadian Country Music Awards,
Kim has had the honour of assisting many re-known choreographers including Matthew Clark, Gino Berti, Jeff Dimitriou, Trudy Moffatt, and Sean Cheeseman. She continues to train, adjudicate, and teach master classes across North America, and is also a choreographer for World Performers Canada, and the Five Star Dance Company