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Danilo Ignacio

Danilo Ignacio

The Media Handlers Group
Actor, Agent, Assistant Director, Camera Operator, Director, Editor, Post-Production Coordinator, Producer, Production Coordinator and Unit Publicist

New York City, New York

Member Since:
January 2012
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About Danilo

Danilo is a master choreographer, dancer, singer and television personality who has trained or worked with many major superstars from “Mariah Carey” to “Boyz II Men”. LL Cool J, salt and pepper Run DMC, finesse and synquis, He’s also trained the Latin pop act, “Medina” to perform on massive arena stages, all while coaching an R&B act for a high caliber talent showcase at SONY studios, NYC, for Columbia Records.

After a world wide courtship with the industry, the growth of Hip-Hop music and the constant travel at such a young age forced Danilo to settle back and shy away from the industry. With education goals to become more versed in business administration, sociology, and multi-media production and an overwhelming yearning for the spotlight lead him back to the open doors of the industry. This time as an entrepreneur endeavoring on new paths of accomplishments as well as the enrichment of his career, Danilo returns to the industry not only as a Dancer/Choreographer but also as co-publisher/creative advisor for “Colour Is Beautiful” magazine.With news magazine programs popping up everywhere on television, Danilo co-created “C.I.B. in Motion” a television program which was an extension of “Colour is Beautiful” magazine. Airing on varies cable networks formulated as a unique upscale advertising tool for models, actors, singers, dancer, designer and stylist, overall talent who has not yet received that peak status. A dramatic achiever who has pursued a career within the entertainment industry by utilizing his skills on becoming an entertainer from Actor/Choreographer, public speaker, anchor/host, to activist who understood varies levels of the entertainment industry.Recognizing that television and radio was a key component in establishing hip-hop movement within the early 80’s by successfully captivating viewers and listeners across the world, grass root entrepreneur who understood that the solution to their economic development was to embrace the self sustaining revue power within the urban commercial media industrial market place (ie. YOU’RE TELEVISION). With the implementation of ChannelLive TV creating new imagers that are gender positive recognition of Urban America will create a more well rounded local and national audience


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