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Legion Of Extraordinary Dancers – Ninjato

While the majority of Ninjato’s history remains classified under Master Level LXD security clearance protocols, certain aspects of her personal life have – courtesy of rumor and speculation – become part of the public record.  Although it’s true that her romantic entanglements with two different members of the LXD have played a formative role in the organization’s history, her contributions to the Legion extend far beyond  mere affairs of the heart.  Ninjato’s powers, allowing her to magnify destructive force when performing a coordinated attack with another member of the LXD, distinguish her as one of the most powerful warriors in the ranks of the Legion.  She’s also established herself as a formidable adversary off the field of battle, playing an instrumental role in brokering the decades-long peace that kept the world safe until the time of the Uprising.  Truly a force to be reckoned with, it’s been said that Ninjato is capable of defeating everyone but the one person she’s been at war with her entire life: herself.

Her powers are leg slices and super health and she is the ex of Katana.

Ninjato is portrayed by Galen Hooks. Hooks was born in Los Angeles, California, growing up she learned tap and jazz and picked up hip-hop later. She has danced with Janet Jackson, Prince, Ne-Yo, and Rhianna. She choreographed 17 again and was the assistance choreographer on Camp Rock. She is an actress, songwriter and photographer. She most recently appeared in the Step Up 3D movie and assistant choreographed the LXD series.

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Categories: Actress, Choreographer, Dancers, Legion Of Extraordinary Dancers, Music

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