Danny Teeson (born May 27, 1975) is a British dancer and choreographer. He is perhaps most well-known for portraying Mr. Six in various Six Flags commercials and other promotional material throughout the early to late 2000s.


Early life

Danny Teeson was born on May 27, 1975 in England.

As a child, Teeson studied jazz, ballet, tap dancing, pas de deux, and many other dance styles at the Laine Theatre Arts in Surrey, England.

While still studying, Teeson made his West End debut in The English National Opera's "Force of Destiny", and at 19 he went straight into the original London cast of "Fame – The Musical". After that, he went on to perform in more musicals and plays in West End for another 4 years.


Soon after, Teeson began to put his abilities to use in film, TV, and theater. He then went on to choreograph for multiple Grammy Award-winning artists such as Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, and Paula Abdul, as well as Brit Award winners Robbie Williams and Tom Jones, with whom he won the VH1 Best Video Award for their song "Sex Bomb" in 2000.

In 2004, Teeson was cast as Mr. Six, a new lead mascot of Six Flags.[1]


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