Michaela Sprague was born on May 13th, 1988 in Portland Maine. She grew up in the small town of Kennebunkport Maine where she started taking dance lessons at the age of four. Although she was shy, she loved the excitement of performing on stage. Throughout high school, her love for performing grew deeper, and she knew that she needed to leave the confines of Maine. At the age of seventeen, Michaela graduated early from high school in order to move to New York and persue a professional career in dance. After arriving to New York City, Michaela worked hard to improve her dance training and performance skills in all aspects. Michaela struggled for a while, trying to build a name for herself, in a city where she knew no one. Finally, after months of hard work, she booked her first professional job dancing for R&B artist Mya. In November of 2007 she signed onto Bloc Agency, and since that time has booked jobs working on projects such as commercials for Nivea, 6 Flags, Nair and Nike and dancing for artists such as The-Dream, Pharrell, P. Diddy, Ludacris, Carly Rae Jepsen, Jeremih, Victoria Justice, Jason Derulo and Chromeo. She has been blessed with the opportunity to get to work with choreographers like Marty Kudelka, Fatima Robinson, Eboni Nicols, Adrian "ADubz" Wiltshire and Tanisha Scott. Although her love of dance never subsided, Michaela eventually found herself wanting more out of performing. This led her to Sally Johnson Studios, where she discovered a pool of talent and nuturing teachers who helped uncover a side of herself she'd never known. She has been been blessed to work on shows such as 'Boardwalk Empire', 'Smash' and 'Royal Pains'. Michaela has yet to to hit the prime of her career, and she sees endless opportunities before her.