Robin Antin

Originally from Los Angeles, Robin Antin has made a name for herself as a choreographer, producer, director, designer and entrepreneur. In 1995, Robin founded the modern burlesque dance troupe, “The Pussycat Dolls” at the infamous Viper Room in Hollywood. By 2003, she turned the stage show into one of the biggest pop-group sensations, producing hit songs and selling 10 million albums worldwide. Robin found a second home for her PCD Brand — a Las Vegas “Pussycat Dolls Lounge Nightclub” and a “Pussycat Dolls Casino” inside Caesars Palace. Soon after, she landed two seasons of her own reality show on CW, “Finding the Next Doll”. In 2007, during season two, Robin created a new girl group, “Girlicious” who made a Platinum self-titled album and went on to sell out arenas across the world. Robin has choreographed for many hit TV shows including American Idol, the 2011 opening production with Jimmy Fallon at The Emmys®, the 2011 opening at The Billboard Awards with Ken Jeong, and in 2011 The Academy Awards. She also released her second Pussycat Dolls fitness DVD and launched a dance “work out” class at the Millennium Dance Center in LA called Pussycat Dolls Grooves. Robin has served as a recurring guest judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” and was a permanent judge on the Lifetime show, “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition”.