Privy 5 Los Angeles Harry Shum Jr.


Newcomer Harry Shum Jr. can currently be seen as one of the stars of the mega hit series of “Glee!” -- Winner of both Golden Globe and SAG Awards in 2010. In addition to “Glee,” Harry recently reprised his character of tech guru “Cable” for the third installment of the Step Up series, Step Up 3D. In addition to his acting, Harry is starring in and associate producer/co-choreographer of The LXD (Legion of Extraordinary Dancers) -- a new online dance adventure created by director Jon M. Chu (STEP UP 3D).

When Harry isn’t acting, he is also a nationally renowned dance teacher. In 2006, Harry created his own production company alongside Shayna Gianelli called SHmaSH Productions. Harry also co-produced the biggest online dance battle between Miley Cyrus (M&M Cru), Jon M. Chu and Adam Sevani (ACDC), which has garnered over 20 million hits on YouTube featuring the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Chris Brown, and Adam Sandler. This led Harry to choreograph and produce the dance battle segment for the Teen Choice Awards, opening for “Ellen’s Even Bigger Really Big Show” and “You Tube Live with Jon M. Chu’s Legion of Extraordinary Dancers.”

Besides acting and dancing, Harry LOVES to eat! So much so that his friends have nicknamed him “Foodie…” because he is always trying new foods and always picking weird and exotic restaurants to explore.

Harry Shum Jr. currently resides in Los Angeles.

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Santa Monica/Beach Cities

    Cuisine:Japanese, Japanese Ramen, Japanese Soba/Udon

    3760 S Centinela Ave Malibu CA 90066
    (310) 391-1101
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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Downtown

    Cuisine:Italian, Pizza

    700 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles CA 90017
    Nearly everyone raves about Bottega Louie and among those people, many rank it at the top of their list when it comes to Italian food in Los Angeles. Ideal as a both a lunch spot and a dinner venue, you can mosey on in and have their fresh salads, mussels with clams, and pizzas just to name a few delightful dishes. The architecture of this restaurant is equally impressive with the clean white atmo ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: The Valley

    Cuisine:Japanese Sushi

    4816 Laurel Canyon Blvd Valley Village CA 91607
    (818) 762-8720
    Sushi Don is a hole-in-the-wall type of Sushi Bar that excels at making only the freshest quality sushi. The caliber of sushi at this gem of a restaurant in the San Fernando Valley rivals that of other sushi places across town. Part of this is due to the fact that Sushi Don prides itself on value and quality of their fish and making your dining experience as good as possible. There's a sign in the ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: The Valley


    11288 Ventura Blvd Ste F Studio City CA 91604
    (818) 980-8450
    Daichan is second to none when it comes to Japanese Comfort Food. This comfy and inviting Japanese restaurant in the San Fernando Valley packs some of the most original dishes you won't find elsewhere. Best of all, these dishes are healthy and delicious. Don't be surprised if the Tuna Poki Bowl becomes one of your all time favorite dishes. You'll also want to try the Salmon Poki Bowl, Soba, Chicke ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Koreatown area


    429 N Western Ave Ste 10 Los Angeles CA 90004
    (323) 871-1955
    For dynamite Korean food, you'll want to take your appetite to Western Doma Noodles. Western Doma Noodles is all about providing the diner with a delicious home-cooked style Korean meal and that stems from the owner who takes a lot of pride in her craft. In fact, you might feel as if you've been adopted into this Korean woman's family! Everything from the dolsot bibimbap to the ddukbokki is fantas ... read more >

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