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Moose. | Step Up Wiki

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Moose during a choreography






  • dancer
  • former student of dance and engineering


  • dance
  • engineering


  • unknown name (mother)
  • unknown name (father)

Significant other

Camille (QPP)

Robert Alexander III , is a central character, in the movie series : Step Up. In the movies Moose, is portrayed by Adam Sevani. Their birthday is December 3rd


  • 1 Background
  • 2 Step Up 2: The Streets
  • 3 Step Up 3-D
  • 4 Step Up Revolution
  • 5 Step Up: All In
  • 6 Physical Appearance
  • 7 Dancing Skills
  • 8 Personality
  • 9 Relationships
    • 9. 1 Andie West
    • 9.2 Camille Gage
    • 9.3 Sophie


Moose's grandfather and father both followed the family tradition of being a technician, something Moose is good at since they got into 'The Maryland School Of Arts' due to their work on stage lighting.

Step Up 2: The Streets[]

Main article: Step Up 2: The Streets

Moose acts as Andie's guide on her first day of school, when they first meet her sitting in their seat at lunch. They didn't ask her to. Before Chase called her dancing 'little'. Moose showed Andie their dance moves while walking around the school, causing her to ask why they doesn't dance professionally to which they replied "I didn't get in for dance, just stage lighting"

Moose later joined Andie and Chase in starting a MSA Crew. Throughout the film Moose makes a great deal of friends who are also outsiders in the school. When the crew is forced to end, Moose is the only one left alone as all the other outsiders still had groups they were unhappily in. When the group comes together once again, Moose stays at the fundraiser and tells Director Collins that he will show him where everyone has gone, Director Collins becomes impressed with Moose's dancing and tells them that they're clearly in the wrong department. Moose recieves their first kiss from Chase's ex-girlfriend Sophie and high five's Andie who jokes by saying "See, I told you we could help each other out," which is something Moose told Andie when they first met. "You know, if you stick with me and we can help each other out."

Step Up 3-D[]

Main article: Step Up 3D

Moose made another appearance in Step Up 3D. At the beginning, they are seen starting college at NYU(New York University) majoring in Engineering along with Camille, who is their best friend that they grew up with. When their parents leave them and say goodbye, they and Camille were about to start the tour of NYU when Luke accidentally bumps into them. Moose glanced at him and discovered that Luke is wearing a pair of Limited Edition Gun Metal Nike Dunks. They tell Camille to wait because they wanted to take a closer look. They soon began to lose sight of Luke and saw many college students and other people gathering around watching Kid Darkness (a popular dancer in the House of Samurai) dancing. They accidentally gets pushed to the dance floor and Kid Darkness challenges Moose to a Dance Battle, where Moose managed to beat him with crashing the balloons in the park. The police then started chasing after Moose, but Luke tells Moose to follow him. When Luke and Moose finally get away, Luke takes Moose to his vault, where his dancing crew welcomes Moose.

When Moose and the rest of the crew are gathering around, Luke sees the camera that tapes the Club, where he sees a beautiful girl named Natalie dancing there. So Luke takes Moose to the club, and looks for Natalie. Then, when Moose is going to the bathroom, a few dancers belonging to the House of Samurai's crew come to them. One of them turns on the music and challenges Moose. While getting away from them, Moose meets Kid Darkness who came back again for them to have another round. Luke and the Pirates stop him. Here, Julien and the other members of the Samurai crew come. Julien and Luke do not like each other, and Julien said that Moose can't even finish their battle, saying "Bubbles and Balloons, that so immature". Leaving Carlos angry and pushing him over and both Crews get wild and fight each other.

The next day, Moose goes to college again where they meet Camille and says they are sorry for leaving her. During class in the engineering lab, they receives a Message from Luke, saying "Look to the Left, way left!". They later sees Luke and Natalie waving at them. So, Moose goes out of the class and follows them back to the vault, along with Luke and Natalie. Then the Santiago Twin comes welcome them back. They and Natalie then come to Jason's room, where they find Jason has many lights work there and Moose helps him make the Lights glow. After that, Moose and Natalie got asked by Luke if they wanted to join the crew or not. Then both of them accept the offer and join the crew and practice together.

When the second round comes, the House of Pirates battle against the House of Gwai. Before that battle happens, Moose tells Luke that they can't come because they have a test coming that day at the same time, 8 o'clock. When the battle arrives, Moose hasn't showed up yet and is taking the test. They later got a message from Luke, saying "Where are you? You're late!". This is making them more worried and confused. They then decides to ditch the test and go to the Battle dance. When they get there, they accidentally hits the water tap, leaving the Dance floor filled with water. And finally win the battle.

Moose went to the college campus and tried to find Camille. Then, they asked Camille to the dance at the party and Camille tells them that she has decided to go with her friend, Kristin . Then she finally decide to go with Moose anyway. After that, Moose come to the vault and Luke told them about him getting an invitation to a party by Julien, where he used Natalie's phone. Then Luke tell Moose to come along, saying that he needs a friend. Moose doubt to go cause they had a party to come to, but then they come along with Luke. When they have finally arrived, they can't come in and so they decided to get some clothes they saw through the kitchen. Moose and Luke got to the Dance party there, and Luke finally managed to get Natalie. When Luke and Natalie go, Moose sent a message to Camille, telling her that they are late and will be there as soon as possible. Arriving late, Moose found Camille sleeping. Camille got disappointed in Moose and decided to go.

The next day, Moose comes to Camille and apologizes, telling her that while they missed dancing, they miss her more. Then they hear a radio song from an Ice Cream truck and asked if the seller can turn it up louder by giving him 5 Dollars. They and Camille go dancing. When finished, Moose goes to the Cafe where Luke is working after the Pirates had separated because their house has been taken away. They tells Luke to sit down and listen to Moose for a moment why they are dancing. They encourages Luke to go for the World Jam once again and Luke finally decides to go along and try again with the other crew mates that are waiting outside. Moose then tells him that they have a place for the crew to rehearse. They and the Pirates then found it and meet up with Jenny Kido, one of the MSA crew that used to dance together with Moose. When they come to the place for them to rehearse, they heard the bell is ringing and the rest MSA crew arrive, along with Camille. Moose says that they thought the crew might need some extra dancers.

The group practices together to prepare themselves for the World Jam. At the World Jam, The Pirates battle the Samurais and after a near defeat, Natalie comes and helps the Pirates win the battle. At the train station, after the battle, the crew comes to say goodbye to Natalie and Luke while the two share a kiss and at the same time Moose and Camille share a kiss as well.

Step Up Revolution[]

Main article: Step Up 4 Revolution

Moose is in "The Mob" but is only featured in one scene, where they get a solo, but earlier (before that scene) they recieve a call from Jason (friend and former Pirate). Jason invites Moose to come to Miami and helps them with their new crew, then joins "The Mob" and brings along Kido and Vladd, who also joins. After they get their dance, they greets Emily's father, saying, "I'm Robert Alexander lll, but you can call me Moose." To which Emily's father asks, "Why 'Moose'?" Moose responds, "Well, I think the question you gotta ask here is, "Why NOT Moose?" And then adds "I hear you tearing down their home. And i'm here to help them stop you".

Step Up: All In[]

Main article: Step Up: All In

It is revealed that Moose and Camille are still in a relationship since their kiss in the third installment. They are now living together in an apartment in L.A. and they have a job as an engineer. They are an important member of LMNTRIX and helps Sean to find dancers.

They do a dance in the bar where they steals a guys hat and dances with a blonde girl, who misreads the situation and kisses them. Camille witnesses this as she came to Las Vegas to surprise them. She runs off back to L.A. and they follow her, resulting in them missing the second round of the competition. They and Camille make up and return to Las Vegas in time to perform in the final dance.

Physical Appearance[]

Moose has curly brown hair and usually wears hats. They are quite scrawny though by the fifth one he has bulked up (they also wears notably less hats).

Dancing Skills[]

Moose is notably one of the best and most popular dancers in the series. Moose's styles are poplocking, breaking, weaving, and freestyle.


They are goofy and childish, but a very talented dancer. Although a bit nerdy, they are admired for their amazing freestyle dance skills. They are very intelligent.


Andie West[]

They are best friends during their time at MSA, Andie was the one to help him step onto the stage.

Camille Gage[]

Camille is Moose's best friend who at the end of Step Up 3 becomes their partner. Camille grew up with Moose and she is featured in the first Step Up installment.


Moose received their first kiss from her at the end of Step Up 2: The Streets. But it is unknown if they dated.

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Adam G Sevani | Kidadl

Birth Name
Adam Manchurian
Place Of Birth
Los Angeles, USA
30 years old
Birth Date
June 28 1992
Child Star?
Actor, Dancer
Education & Qualifications
New York University
Net Worth
Gagik Sevani-Manucharian, Edita Manucharian
Vahe Sevani

About Adam G. Sevani 

Adam G. Sevani began his dancing career at age three as his father was a choreographer, and later Adam improved his dancing abilities at Synthesis Dance Center.

Adam G. Sevani is a very professional and passionate American actor and dancer. He is also a choreographer who has shared most of his choreographed items on his social media accounts.

Adam G. Sevani became a member of a singing/dancing group called FlyKidz at a young age, as a part of which he appeared on a children's television show on the CBS network. Adam G. also choreographed a tribute video to Michael Jackson's 25th Anniversary of the Thriller video. Born in the USA, Adam is of American nationality. His favorite actors are Keira Knightley, Christian Bale, Rooney Mara, Joaquin Phoenix, and Lizzy Caplan. As per one source, his favorite color is blue and pink, and he loves the movie 'The Ten Commandments'.

Scroll down to learn more about Adam G Sevani, his net worth, his family, relationships, and hobbies, among other things about him.

Adam G. Sevani Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Adam G. Sevani's net worth?

Adam G is rich and has a net worth of $1. 5 million as of 2022. Most of his net worth has come through his profession as a dancer, choreographer, and actor. He is considered a good dancer, and fans love his dancing moves. Many directors and producers love him and consider him a kind-hearted person.

How much does Adam G. Sevani earn per year?

Adam's yearly earning information is not available as of July 2022.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Adam G. Sevani?

Adam G. Sevani is 5 ft 7 in (170.18 cm). He is well-known for his curly brown hair and brown eyes.

How old is Adam G. Sevani?

Adam G. Sevani is 30 years old as of 2022.

Childhood And Education

Adam G. Sevani had his education at New York University and Ribet Academy. Adam G Sevani's birth name is Adam Manucharian, and he is from California. Gagik Sevani-Manucharian is his father, and his mother is Edita Manucharian. He has one brother named Vahe Sevani. He is an American citizen with an Armenian-Italian heritage. His father, a professional dancer, inspired young Adam to take dancing classes. Adam also choreographed for his brother Vahe Sevani, who was a member of the boyband NLT. His childhood was spent in Nevada with his older brother Vahe Sevani and his grandparents.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Adam G. Sevani dating? 

Adam G. Sevani is single as of July 2022. He had dated Paige Ann Thorne in 2007, Montana Tucker in 2008, and Miley Cyrus in 2010. Adam has kept a clean profile, free of controversies, scandals, and rumors. He avoids anything that could upset his professional career and personal life. Adam G. Sevani attracts his fans through his humor, talent, and charm.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Adam G. Sevani is best known for playing a role in the Step Up film series. His character Robert Alexander III (or Moose) in the Step Up movies, including 'Step Up Revolution', 'Step Up 2', and 'Step Up 3D: The Streets', was loved immensely by all the fans. He is also known for his recent appearances in movies like 'LOL', Rob Dyrdek's 'Fantasy Factory', and 'The First Time'.

Adam G. Sevani first started dancing from a young age in the dancing studio set up by his parents called the Synthesis Dance Center. He appeared in several music videos and reality shows. His acting debut started with a drama movie named 'The Emperor's Club' in 2002. Before his popularity, he was in a group called FlyKidz. Adam G Sevani's popularity rapidly increased in 2008 because of his marvelous acting and dancing abilities in a dance movie named 'Step Up 2'. His character was so loved by fans that, in the 'Step Up 3D' movie, the story was centered around him along with his best friend's character, played by Alyson Stoner. This movie became the highest-grossing movie of the Step Up franchise and collected almost $160 million globally. He was considered the best dancer in the Step Up series by many. He came into dancing by following in his father's footsteps, who was a choreographer himself. Adam started appearing in commercials after his success. He shot an advertisement with a fellow child actor Alyson Stoner for Children's Apparel at J.C. Penney. He also worked in the American remake of the 2008 French film 'LOL' (Laughing Out Loud), 'Wonder Park' (2019), and many more. In 'LOL,' he got an opportunity to work with Ashley Greene, Miley Cyrus, and Demi Moore. The English remake was released in 2012 in limited centers and was not received well by the critics. This movie revolves around Miley Cyrus's character, who is in her high school final year.

Adam, with Jon Chu and other California area dancers, formed a dance crew known as the Adam and Chu Dance Crew or AC/DC. This crew had a dance battle (YouTube) with Miley Cyrus, which was highly publicized. This battle entered its final dance-off stage, with the two crews having a face-off at the Teen Choice Awards (2008).

Adam Sevani's dancing skills are showcased in music videos such as 'Switch', a little part in NLT's 'That Girl,' T-Pain's 'Church', and 'Breather, Stretch, Shake'.

Adam's dance film, 'Step Up 5', was directed by Trish Sie and saw the return of many dancers from previous franchise iterations. This movie was part of the 'Step Up' film series, which was mainly responsible for increasing Adam's popularity for playing the role of Moose (Robert Alexander III).

The film Step Up film series is centered on a group of students who form a dance troupe and battle on the streets. Sevani's performance as Moose was praised by critics, such as The New York Times, for portraying a character considered the worst nerd in movie history.

Adam Sevani and famous singer Miley Cyrus starred together in the 2012 romantic comedy 'LOL'. He was a backup dancer and the choreographer for Kevin Federline's performance at the Teen Choice Awards in 2006. Sevani was praised for his choreography for NLT's music video for 'Karma'. Adam Sevani continues to work as an actor and a dancer even now.

What awards has Adam G. Sevani won?

Adam G. Sevani received the Best Scene Stealer award for his work in the movie 'Step Up 2'. This award was given to him at the Young Hollywood Awards of 2008. He subsequently appeared in other 'Step Up' movies, like the third, fourth and fifth sequels.

Adam G. Sevani's Hobbies And Interests

Adam G. Sevani loves cream cheese, one of his favorite foods. He loves technology; he's recently struck a deal with Dell Company and is one of the brand ambassadors for their laptops as of 2022. He loves to travel, and Turkey, Hong Kong, and Phuket are his main travel destinations; other destinations include places such as Mexico and Tulum.

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GEOPRO: Geometria Step Up: Dance Like Adam

It is in the dance that a person can feel
to express those real feelings that live in the heart. Dance gives a boost of energy, makes you awaken special feelings and gives rise to unforgettable emotions. Before the brilliant Adam Sevani, the actor from the “Step Forward” series of films, will show his best moves to Krasnoyarsk dance lovers at a master class, we decided to recall our hero and his wonderful films.

Adam Sevani is a true professional.
How brilliantly he slides up and down the stairs in one of the episodes of the movie "Step Up 2"! Adam started dancing from an early age when his choreographer father started his own dance studio called "Synthesis Dance Center". In the film, Elk's repertoire is incredibly diverse. The actor's dance style mixes bottom and top breakdancing, popping, hip-hop and other new directions. Adam is liberated and puts out all his soul in the process of dancing. The firmness of performance, self-confidence, variety of movements and the ability to communicate through his body - all this makes us revisit his films again and again.

It all started with Step Up, released
on screens in 2006. All five parts of the incendiary franchise did not leave the audience indifferent. The history of hip-hop style immediately sunk deep into our hearts. The plot inserts continue with dances in a variety of styles: sensitive tango coexists with an episode in the spirit of old musicals, and, of course, street dances. The main task underlying the films is to show all kinds of dance styles, b-boys appear in turn in the plot - breakdance dancers, vogers, poppers - dancers of such a style as popping, tap dancers and others.

The main idea of ​​Step Up 5: All or Nothing,
as in all previous parts - street dancing, which is not just a hobby for the characters, but the meaning of life. Heroes gather in a team and with the help of their strength and perseverance achieve great results, changing life for the better. Proving that a happy future is in our hands. It only takes desire, determination and a little talent. The heroes demonstrate a team spirit, they know that only together they are strong, individually they are just dancers. They face rapport issues but seek compromise and do their best to prove to themselves and others who is the best at what they do.

The filmmakers transfer the characters they love
by the public, into new parts from the previous ones. So we can see Adam Sevani (“Step Up 2: Streets”), Ryan Guzman (“Step Up 4”), Alison Stoner (“Step Up”), Brian Evigan (“Step Up 2: Streets”), Maria Koda (“ Step Up 2: Streets) and also introduce us to new actors.

The franchise is rich in dance battles,
large-scale flash mobs, vivid episodes, unique movements combined with entertaining stories. No one has forgotten the episode with the dancing gang on the roofs of American retro cars. An unattractive traffic jam on an American street. But only the signal of one of the retro car, and the road is blocked. Everyone is confused. What's this? Mayhem on the streets? Call this bright and spectacular flash mob whatever you like. Everything happens pretty quickly. Setting the music, the participants instantly leave the car interiors and are already performing pirouettes on polished hoods and roofs. The dancers demonstrate their synchronicity, sense of rhythm, perfection of movements and sometimes acrobatic tricks to the stunned bystanders. And jumping cars like horses on a leash add spectacularity to this episode. As for the movie "Step Up 5: All or Nothing", the final dance caught the eye of the audience with its eccentricity. The dance of the pirates, saturated with various special effects: light, fire, flying up sand, amazed the audience with the movements of the robot, sliding along the floor and supporting the dancers.

Watching any part of Step Up
one gets the impression that before you are not actors, but masters of their craft, namely dances. How professionally it was possible to perform all the dance performances. I would like to note that such a successful synchronous skill required a lot of time and patience of the actors. However, in Step Up 4, rehearsals for the dance routine began a month before the actual production of the film began. Power loads were added to the movements, which made it even more difficult for actors without much dance experience, as well as actors with great experience, such as Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani, referred to as “Moose” in the film. Jamal Sims took on a variety of choreographic movements. He accurately portrayed modern street dancing and gave the actors the real character of a professional dancer.

After watching any part of the amazing
movie "Step Up" there is a great desire to gather your dance team and stand on the dance floor. Although it is possible that after watching this film, many viewers found themselves in dances, which soon became life for them.

The nerd has become macho.

How the Moose from the movie Step Up 2: The Streets has changed




July 22, 2020 16:24

Tags: Adam Ji Sevan Adam Manucharyan Adam Sevani Gagik Manucharyan Kinocaryan Summer Lyubecifer Steppe Edit Manucharyan

American dancer and actor with Armenian roots Adam Manucharyan, more well -known under the name Adam Jee Sevani, became famous for the role of Robert Alexander IIII nicknamed Moose in the dance film Step Up 2: The Streets and its many sequels. What does the actor who was called "the coolest nerd in the history of cinema" look like now?

Actor Adam G Sevani played Robert "Moose" Alexander III in Step Up 2 the Streets. What does he look like now?

An Armenian from Los Angeles

Adam Manucharyan was born on June 29, 1992 in Los Angeles in the family of choreographer Gagik Manucharyan and musician Edith Manucharyan. From a young age, Adam studied choreography at a dance school founded by his parents. Already in his teens, the ability to dance began to bring him income: at the beginning of the 2000s, Adam starred in an advertisement for JC Penney children's clothing. In addition, the future actor sang in the FlyKidz group, while his older brother V Sevani was a member of the popular musical group NLT.

Adam Sevani in Step Up 2: The Streets. Still from the film

Adam Sevani began acting as an extra back in 2002, but his finest hour came after the premiere of Step Up 2: The Streets, which tells about a group of students participating in dance battles. Adam's character, a gawky nerd named Moose, joined the main cast of the Step Up franchise in the second film and managed to outshine the characters in the first installment so much that the plot of the next installment was largely built around him. The New York Times called Sevani's character "perhaps the coolest nerd in film history."

Dance Star

Sevani starred in three more Step Up films, becoming one of the main stars of the franchise. In 2012, he tried to expand his acting range and starred in the comedy melodrama Summer. Classmates. Love (LOL) is an American remake of the French romantic comedy LOL, which was critically acclaimed and flopped at the box office.

Adam Sevani in the movie "Summer. Classmates. Love". Frame from movie

In the second half of the outgoing decade, Adam Sevani starred in music videos, participated in dance battles and choreographed. He was last seen on screen in 2018 in the comic-book based series Lucifer. 28-year-old Sevani noticeably matured, grew a beard and turned into a real macho with an army of thousands of fans on Instagram.

Adam Sevani. Photo: Instagram*

Adam entertains his followers by posting videos of dance routines. In June 2020, he performed an incendiary dance with the famous basketball player Shaquille O'Neal.

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