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Royce Reed


Royce Reed is an American dancer and TV personality. She has earned her net worth from her television appearances including the 1st four seasons of Basketball Wives as well as a being a professional dancer for the Orlando Magic ('03-'04, '05-'06) and the Miami Heat ('06-'07) ...making both teams her first time auditioning. Some of her early career accolades include dancing at Seaworld and Universal Studios. Royce has danced for artists including CNote, NSync, Nelly and the St. Lunatics, L.L. Cool J and John Legend. She has performed in opening acts for Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, K-Michelle, Mya and many more. She has performed at Several Fashion Shows for Ebony Magazine, Bronner Brothers as well as a Taste of Orlando while also having the joy of Featuring Fantashique at the Tom Joyner Family Reunion for 3 consecutive years. Ms. Reed has been a guest on several radio stations and talk shows including Wendy Williams and the Tom Joyner Morning Show to name a few. In addition to her dance and modeling career, Royce was cast as a main Character for the Cheaters Stage Play in Detroit, Platanos and Collard Greens off Broadway in NYC, My Husbands Woman in South Carolina, Her Little Secret and The Colors of Love. Royce is also the author of College Girls, a book written solely by her based loosely off her time in College. After having the opportunity to tour many countries overseas with Armed Forces Entertainment, Royce knew exactly what she wanted to with her life and career when her NBA Dancing Days were over.

Born in Orlando, Florida, Royce attended Florida A&M University where she received a degree in Theater Education and Humanities. She is the Founder/Director/Owner of Fantashique Apprentice Dance Company. Royce's purpose in starting Fantashique with longtime friend Lenora Spence was to offer unique and innovative dance training, while encouraging members to excel in all aspects of life. Royce's goal is to shape the members of Fantashique Apprentice into respectable and responsible young ladies by building strong self esteem and confidence in a sister-like setting. While running Fantashique, Royce is also a staff member at Studio 305 in Las Vegas as well as an ensemble member of the Rolle Ensemble in Las Vegas under the Direction of Tyrell Rolle. She is a mother to Braylon, a 12 year old boy whose smile brightens up the darkest room and whose energy keeps her on her toes at all times.

Royce's decision to start the Artistic Dreams Dance Competition was a dream she set in her head many years ago after attending so many competitions that priced out many companies. The goal for Artistic Dreams is to give all teams, whether clubs, organizations, schools, companies, studios, etc a competition that all can afford. A competition where you can possibly win more than you spend. A competition about DANCE! A competition built on old school competition! No long adjudication ceremonies,no judges awards, no competition without warm-up time and finally level stipulations based on skill division.