Oscar Hernandez was born in Orange County, California and has been dancing since the age of 5. He has trained and performed in the styles of Jazz, Cheer and Pom, Hula, Salsa and Hip Hop.
Oscar's resume includes performing and directing for professional dance teams like the Phoenix Mercury Hip-Hop Squad, Phoenix Suns Dance Team, Denver Nuggets Dancers, Portland Trailblazers Dancers, Golden State Warrior Girls and the Jr Jam Warriors, Arizona Rattlers, Germany’s Artland Dragon Flames and many more.
Popularity as a choreographer has taken Oscar across the U.S. teaching at professional dance auditions, master classes and workshops, professional sports dance teams, competitive dance, pom, and cheer for colleges and high schools.
In the role of Dance Director and Manager for the Detroit Pistons Entertainment Teams, Oscar co-choreographed and co-directed half-time shows featuring music industry artists Taio Cruz, T-Pain, Flo Rida, Jay Sean, Salt & Peppa, Busta Rhymes, MC Hammer, Sheila E, as well as other popular recording artists.
His stage and television experience includes directing choreography and performing on Americas Best Dance Crew Tour 2009, Lifetime television’s Dance Moms and most recently The Ellen Show.