Neil Haskell
S3 Neil Haskell
Season Season 3
Birthday April 16, 1987
Age 33
Hometown Clarence Center, New York
So You Think You Can Dance Profile
Dance style Contemporary
Partner(s) Lauren Gottlieb
Lacey Schwimmer
Sabra Johnson
Danny Tidwell
Placement 3rd Place
All-Star Profile
Neil David Haskell (born April 16, 1987) is a Contemporary dancer. He competed during the third season of So You Think You Can Dance and received 3rd Place behind Sabra Johnson and Danny Tidwell.


He first started dancing at age five at the David DeMarie Dance Studio in Clarence, New York, and American Academy of Ballet in Williamsville, NY. He also appeared in small roles in movies. At age 14, he began intensive training in ballet at the Chautauqua Institution for three summers. He attended Point Park University for a year, majoring in dance. Haskell has described his dance style as jazz/ballet. He earned the title of "Male Dancer of the Year" at the American Dance Awards in 2005. He got his Equity card the summer before auditioning for So You Think You Can Dance.

So You Think You Can DanceEdit

To see all of Neil Haskell's performances from Season 3, click here.


He has performed in the Twyla Tharp Broadway show The Times They Are A-Changin', with music by Bob Dylan, and in Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera's performances Grease, 42nd Street, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Beauty and the Beast. Neil landed a spot in a MTV musical, The American Mall, in January 2008 for broadcast and DVD release. In Spring 2008, Haskell, along with former SYTYCD contestants Sabra Johnson and Danny Tidwell were featured in Movmnt Magazine's cover story to promote 'Keep it Real,' the publication's awareness non-for-profit. In April 2008 he began playing the role of "Luke" in the Off-Broadway musical Altar Boyz. He continued playing the role of "Luke" until March 2009, and left to begin working on the new Dolly Parton musical "9 to 5". Neil also participated in part of the sold-out New York Musical Theater Festival in October 2009.

Neil Haskell returned as an "All-Star" in Season 7 of SYTYCD.

Neil appeared in an episode of the podcast, "The Ensemblist," on July 1, 2020.




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