Comfort Fedoke was born on May 20, 1988 in Dallas, Texas. She was raised in Lagos, Nigeria for a few years and now resides in Los Angles, California as she continues on her career in the entertainment industry. At the age of thirteen, Comfort had already involved herself in the art of dance and taught herself how to dance by watching numerous break dance videos and emulating Michael and Janet Jackson. As Comfort grew older she attended Booker T. Washington Performing Arts High School in Dallas where she continued to be the only girl “who got down with the boys”, which continues to be the case now, and fuels her competitive drive.
Dallas Dance Club 21, a local Dallas dance show, was the beginning of Comfort’s stardom, which led her to being one of the top 10 contestants on the hit television show, So Do You Think You Can Dance, season 4. From there, she was asked to come back to SYTYCD as an All-star for season 7 in 2010. After the reality show, Comfort has been featured in a couple upcoming films as a lead dancer in “Honey 2” and the remake of “Footloose”. She has also danced in the late Michael Jackson Tribute Tour and Justin Beiber’s My World Tour. Comfort has worked with some very talented people in the entertainment industry such as: Brian Friedman, Chuck Maldonado, Travis Payne, Stacy Walker, Miley Cyrus, Rosero, Jamal Sims, Nappytabs, etc.
Comfort is currently a part of an all female crew composed of five girls, created by Sho-Tyme himself. Outside of dancing, she has also excelled in rapping and singing and is now pursuing her career as a recording artist.
“My music fights against the system that teaches to live and die. Life is like music; it must be composed by ear, feeling and instinct, NOT BY RULE.” Says Comfort Fedoke.