Triple-threat actor/singer/dancer Chancz Perry began his busy career while in his early teens with three years of performance and study with Vancouver's acclaimed Arts Umbrella program. After his stunning professional debut in the Arts Club Theatre musical Black and Gold Revue at the age of 16, his career quickly branched into film and TV work with screen credits including 21 Jumpstreet, Wings, Neon Rider and Da Vinci's Inquest.
After studies in New York with Frank Hatchett at Broadway Dance Centre, Chancz took to the stage. This brought him two Jessie nominations and the Vancouver Sun Reader's Choice award for the Entertainer of the Year.
He appeared in the ABC movie Bye Bye Birdie, and was given the role of gondola operator in the feature film Mr. Magoo, starring Leslie Nielsen. More recently, Chancz has been focusing on an extensive career as a choreographer and has produced two short dance films.
Chancz completed studies in Criminology (BA) and Dance (BFA), and plans to pursue entertainment law as a career, while continuing to contribute to the entertainment industry.