Anttoni Lopez

Anttoni Lopez

Anttoni Lopez began performing for live audiences, at an early age, as a dancer at his afterschool program. Inspired by dance and the performing arts, he followed his natural instinct and continued expressing himself on stage. Anttoni sharpened his skills by studying at prestigious performance schools such as Fieldston Dance Company, Talented Unlimited, and the famed, Alvin Alley American Dance Theater. Training at top-tier institutions earned him media attention with feature stories in publications such as the New York Times. His love of the arts inspired him to pursue both modeling and acting, along with dance. Anttoni Lopez found himself on a shortlist of dancers being called upon to audition for world tours. Simultaneously, his modeling career began to take shape as designers selected Anttoni Lopez to showcase their clothes during New York Fashion Week. While on the runway for Haus of Estrada’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, Anttoni Lopez caught the eye of a brand management agency that encouraged him to concentrate on television and film. He took the advice of the agency and enrolled in acting classes in New York. Anttoni Lopez quickly began to book commercials and small parts in blockbuster movies, such as “Men in Black 3.” Anttoni Lopez splits his time between New York City and Los Angeles, auditioning for television and film roles. He is currently working on a television pilot with producers of “Little Frankenstein,” “Crickett and the Little Girl Power,” and “Hip Hop High: The Musical.”