April 27, 2009

Native America's Got Talent

Okla. fancy dancer, family gets shot on NBC's 'America's Got Talent'

Written by Judy LambertSapulpans Mike Pahsetopah, his wife, Lisa, and their 6-year-old daughter, Heaven, are headed for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, in just a couple of weeks.

Not knowing they had been nominated by the Oklahoma Arts Council to star on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, they received a phone call from the casting director of the show with NBC asking them to come to Houston, Texas, for the initial auditions in May.

Mike is a well-known Native American dancer and performer and World Champion Fancy Dancer who, over his life time, has performed at governors’ conventions, for dignitaries, the military, movie stars and thousands of others across the nation, as well as around the world. He started dancing when he was younger than his daughter and has danced in movies and television commercials. He began training on stage as soon as he graduated from high school and has experience in directing and choreography.

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