Words matter. These are the best Harry Shum, Jr. Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m actually really shy.
Everyone has different talents, different styles and talents.
I’ve always been a person with patience, and I don’t like to force things.
When I came into the industry I started with acting and I did drama during junior high and high school. I fell into dancing as a hobby, but whenever you need work, you try out different things. So I booked a lot of jobs for dancing and it kept rolling and rolling.
I remember the first time I felt that I was sharing the stage with someone spectacular was dancing with Beyonce. It was the dancers, the band, Beyonce and me in front of thousands of people. That was sick. It was pretty amazing that I got to travel the world with someone like her.
When I was younger, I was very scared to talk to people. To the point where my parents took me to a therapist because they thought something was wrong with me.
I’m heavily involved in the creative with choreographer Christopher Scott. I go to rehearsals with ‘Glee’ and then practice with LXD till about midnight.
I was born in Costa Rica and we moved to America where it was a whole new world for me.
It was a big step, to go from not talking to people to stepping on to a stage. That’s when I felt the most comfortable, because I could do anything I wanted to and say anything I wanted to, even if people didn’t laugh.
I actually got dared to audition for the dance team. All my track-and-field buddies dared me to audition, and I was one of the few guys who did it.
I’d rather dance in a corner than dance in a circle.
I’m really into football, gadgets, adventurous activities, and cooking new, creative recipes right now – but you’ll never catch me being boring.
I started working when I was 9 or 10.
I know what my talents are, and at the end of the day I’m an actor who can dance.
When I’m off the clock, I usually play video games – or do something nature-y so I can contribute to Mother Nature.
I was asked to do a test commercial shoot for an Apple product which didn’t mean much to me at the time. Some music player that holds all your songs. Sounded cool to me and I never gave up an opportunity to work, especially with the possibility of it turning into a national commercial. Coolest job I did in that time.
I was always an actor, starting in middle school. I was in all the plays and all that. But dancing didn’t come into my life until late into high school.
I have the most respect for Zach Woodlee. He is one of my favorite – and one of the most capable – choreographers out there right now.
My parents weren’t stereotypical and pressuring me to go to college. They mentioned it a lot and constantly, but it wasn’t a do or die thing, like, ‘You have to do this or you’re done.’
Obviously anything that accessorizes or enhances the iPhone is always pretty cool.