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Digo Padovan

Digo Padovan is a model, dancer and choreographer from Brazil.

Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, he started his career as a gymnast, competing in international sport aerobic competitions as a member of the Brazilian team. Digo won the world championship six times, and participated in an exposition performance at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. As a dancer he toured with numerous Brazilian artists; transitioning into choreography. He choreographed a special for MTV Brazil featuring Julio Iglesias and Thalia. He also choreographed many gymnastic champions in world competitions. Since he moved to Los Angeles Digo has worked with Niki Harris, Deborah Cox, Kristine W, Shakira, Toni Braxton, Black Eyed Peas, Mary J Blige, David Lachapelle, Keri Lewis, Jamie King, Guy Ritchie and Madonna. He made his musical theatre debut in The Ten Commandments featuring Val Kilmer, following with the best of Broadway Pippin. In his spare time, he travels teaching dance, modeling and producing showcases in countries around the world including, Brazil, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Japan, Australia and the United States. Today you can see Digo in an IPOD Rockstar print, H&M clothing commercials, Pepsi, Cirque du Soleil special events and featured in the Nike industrials. In Brazil he was signed with Kappa to direct and choreograph many industrial events. Working as a director, he just finished a production of a music video for a new up coming artist Rodrigo Morrato. Digo is currently working with Toni Braxton in Las Vegas and eaching dance at Le Reve and Pro Dance Studio. Source: His MySpace page


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Sources/more at:
digopadovanonline.com -- official web site
His fotos on Photobucket
Model Mayhem profile
Interview on Connex247.com

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