Terry Lindholm


Executive Producer

Terry Lindholm is the Founder and President of Go 2 Talent Agency, Inc. (GTA), a boutique talent agency he opened in 2011, with wife, Lisa Coppola Lindholm. A seasoned dancer, choreographer, and teacher, Terry’s career has seen him tour with Reba McEntire, perform at three Academy Awards ceremonies and choreograph premiere shows for Buena Vista Pictures!

Terry grew up in his mom’s dance studio in Palatine, Illinois and trained extensively in the Chicagoland area. He cites performing “Bojangles” with Hubbard Street Dance Company for Chicago’s 150th birthday celebration as a highlight. After graduating from the Chicago Academy of the Arts, Al Gilbert encouraged him to move to Los Angeles where he studied on scholarship with Joe Tremaine. This was the catalyst that eventually led to his teaching with Tremaine Dance Conventions from 1989 to 2001. During this time, he also worked on many memorable projects including Newsies directed by Kenny Ortega, Gregory Hines’ TapI’ll Do Anything choreographed by Twyla Tharp, the role of Flagstaff in Bette Midler’s Gypsy, as well as choreographing Rita Moreno for Jerry Herman’s Broadway at the Bowl, and under the direction of Bill Conti, the tap sequence for the film score of The Thomas Crown Affair, among others.

From the inception of the dance/on-camera department at McDonald Selznick Associates (MSA) in 2002, Terry guided the creation and development as its Executive Director through 2010 before opening Go 2 Talent the following year. Terry is currently on the advisory board for The World Choreography Awards, the Global Dance Initiative, and Dance Spirit Magazine as well as a member of the advisory committee for the choreography peer group at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). In addition, he serves as the board chairman of American Dance Movement, a non profit organization founded by Adam Shankman and Nigel Lythgoe to increase access to dance and its many benefits by providing grants to programs in underserved communities, curating dance content for the American Heart Association’s “Kids Heart Challenge” and celebrating dance as a valuable form of exercise and of artistic expression in conjunction with congresswoman Elenor Holmes Norton during their signature event National Dance Day held annually on the third Saturday in September.

He avidly educates dancers through his speaking engagements and is grateful to work as an advocate for the elevation of the dance community. His diverse range of experience has benefited both emerging and established artists alike, quickly turning Go 2 Talent into one of the leading agencies focused on the representation of dancers and choreographers in the entertainment industry.