Eric John Campros began his career in his native California at the age of 16. He has appeared on numerous television series and specials including the MTV Movie Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, the Grammys, the BET Awards, and the Blockbuster Awards. Eric has danced with several artists including Aaliyah, The Backstreet Boys, Lil’ Kim, Mikaela, and Usher. He appeared in the smash hit musical Grease on Broadway and in a national tour of Hello Dolly.
Eric danced in the hit movie musicals Jaaneman and Across the Universe, and has danced in several commercials and industrials for companies including Propel Water, Stouffers, Toyota, Nissan, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Old Navy, Target, Nike, and Wrangler Jeans. As choreographer, Eric toured Germany with the bands B3 and M*Pire, creating live and recorded stage work. He is currently one of 11 choreographers creating shows and industrials for Carnival Entertainment, and most recently worked for the Nickelodeon Television Network.
Eric’s belief that dance and movement can be one's voice led him to Asia in 2012, where he and Lynne Mariani created a dance based curriculum for Shandong University and Hebei Art College. Eric has returned 3 times to give master classes and lectures based on his previous work. He returned to China in 2013 as the principal choreographer on a television special celebrating the Chinese New Year, receiving a nomination for the prestigious Golden Dragon Award for best Documentary or Live Television event. Eric is the Youth Artistic Director for the Brooklyn Dance Festival, guest faculty at Sacred Heart University, Hillsborough Community College, and Yale, and permanent faculty at Broadway Dance Center in NYC.