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Tyne Stecklein grew up in Aurora, Colorado where she began dancing at the age of 3. At a very young age she had a love for the arts, and knew that she wanted to be a performer in the entertainment industry. Tyne had extensive dance and theatre training growing up in Denver, as well as in New York and Los Angeles where she would travel in the summers to study. After graduating from High School, Tyne relocated to L.A. to pursue a professional career in dance and acting. She booked her first big job as a principal dancer for the national "High School Musical Concert Tour" directed by Kenny Ortega, just a few months after moving to LA. In 2008 she worked with Ortega again, when she was one of two female dancers chosen to dance with Michael Jackson on what would have been his last concert tour. Tyne went on to dance and act in multiple films and TV shows including High School Musical, Step Brothers, Burlesque, True Blood, No Strings attached, and Fuller House.

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