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He's been referred to as "Cult Icon," "Urban Word Man," "Groove-Master," "the Underground King of LA," "dancer extraordinaire," "the modern day Sammy Davis, Jr." "One Cool Cat," "Cool to the Bone," "the Svengali of Sensuality," and "the best kept secret in the music "The coolest cat working in Hollywood," as quoted by the Los Angeles Times, pretty much sums it up. Add to that, "Toledo has learned from the best and it shows in his performance," "The show is top notch and really must be experienced" and "...but it's apparent where he is: establishing himself as one of the hottest acts in modern music." He went on to work as a choreographer and dancer for recording artists including Janet Jackson, Sammy Davis, Jr., Paula Abdul, Diana Ross, The Pointer Sisters, Bonnie Rait, The Mask, Al Green, the Isley Brothers, George Michael, Smokey Robinson, Toni Braxton, and Kathy Sledge, and directors such as Antoine Fuqua, David Fincher, Dominick Scena, Thierry Mugler, Rupert Wanewright, and Charles Whitenmier. His choreography of Us3's "Cantaloup" video earned him an MTV Video Award nomination.
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