Tovah Collins was born and raised in Chicago. She began her training at the age of 6 at the Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center under Homer Hans Bryant. She continued her training at the San Francisco Ballet, exploring Ballet with Suzanne Farrell at the Kennedy Center, and at the Dance Theatre of Harlem on full scholarship.
Combining ballet with aerial arts, Tovah was quickly sought to become the opening act for the Universoul Circus. Ms. Collins was a contestant on the TV show Step It Up And Dance and later joined the Grammy winning artist T-Pain on a North American tour. In 2009 she joined Cirque Du Soleil’s Las Vegas production of Viva Elvis directed by Vincent Patterson.
She credits her parents for giving her the inspiration to follow her dream of dancing.