Asher Morgado, also known as Lil Hollywood, is brilliant and has an amazing personali- ty, full of joy and life! He is an 11yr old dancer, actor, singer, model, choreographer, en- trepreneur, film producer and non-profit founder. He has made a name for himself in the dance industry and is known as Lil Hollywood, a nickname derived from his passion to make it to Hol- lywood as an overall entertainer. He is skilled in various genre of dance, from urban street to classical, but his favorites are popping, hiphop and ballet. He is currently working on an urban clothing line for boys. He is also working on producing several segments for a show called, For Kids By Kids Show, Aaayyee, Thats Lit and No Girls Allowed. His most recent accomplishments are winning Buildabeast 2018 IG scholarship, 1st place Solo Dancer for Elementary Division for Brown Bags To Stardom, a Choreography Battle at Mix Plate 4 event at Boys and Girls Club, VIP Winner at Jump Convention, and an All Styles Battle at Taste of Waipahu. He is constantly choreographing for his friends in preparation to perform for community events. He enjoys per- forming all around the Island and meeting new people.
Asher desires to bring joy and make a difference in peoples lives. He wants to encourage, motivate and inspire young people to be positive and believe in themselves. His ultimate goal is to become a famous actor, however, passion for dance fuels his dream to one day choreograph and teach dance around the world as well as to perform for and teach kids in hospitals, orphans, and under privileged children. He assisted Thomas De Castro, founder and director of Breaks R4 Kids, teaching breakdancing and/or Locking to elementary school students at St. Theresa’s, Im- pact Dance Studio and Schriners Hospital. He also performs with them at community events, in places such as, malls, schools, hospitals and participates in street battles. Asher is currently in the process of building a non-profit foundation he calls, The Makena Foundation. His program will give talented kids at risk and others from Hawaii an opportunity to train and work in LA and NY and in return, impart their talents and newly learned skills and experiences back into Hawaii’s community.