Lindsay J. Ducos

Lindsay Jayne Ducos is a French-American dancer working in Los Angeles. Originally born in Paris, France, Lindsay spent her early years in Los Angeles and Oakland, California.  Her passion for dance actually started on the ice.  She began figure skating at the tender age of 5, and in a short time, was working with trainers, ice skating teams and competing nationally.  In high school, she discovered she could take her Olympic aspirations and her athleticism from the ice rink to the dance floor.  That's when an astute dance instructor invited her to join the school dance ensemble.  The group not only performed locally, but they spent breaks, holidays  and summers dancing in China, Mexico, and South America, and attending master classes in New York. 

Lindsay auditioned for, and was accepted into UCLA's prestigious World Arts and Cultures Dance and Choreography program. There, she honed her choreographic skills, and trained in Post Modern/Release, Hip Hop, Dance Composition and Dance for the Camera. She caught the eye of an agent her sophomore year, and began dancing professionally, and still managed to graduate cum laude.

Since then, Lindsay has never stopped working.  She's shared the stage with such artists as Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Black Eyed Peas, No Doubt, Beyonce', Jennifer Hudson, Sade, Flo Rida, Nick Cannon, Keyshia Cole, Fergie, Sean Kingston and Nelly Furtado, to name a few. She has also appeared on GLEE, 90210, and in commercials for the Oscars, Dell, Vitamin Water and Heineken.

Lindsay has choreographed for Mattel's Barbie, Jessi Malay and HBO's Big Love. Her goal is to continue dancing, choreographing and touring, and hone her skills as an actress for stage and screen.

Lindsay lives in the Los Angeles area with her dog Nala, the coolest canine ever.  When she's not dancing, she's running the canyons, painting... and probably thinking about dancing.