Léo Walk, born in 1994, is a French dancer, choreographer, artistic director, video director, and model. He is also the clothing designer and co-founder of the fashion brand, Walk in Paris. He is a dancer and choreographer in both breakdance and contemporary dance. In 2013, he secured a solo performance in a Thierry Mugler show. In 2014, he embarked on a three-year tour with Christine and The Queens, a project choreographed by Marion Motin. They appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" in October 2016.
In 2018, he founded his own troupe, the dance company "La Marche Bleue," which consists of nine young professional dancers. Léo Walk gained recognition through his YouTube videos ("Isola" and "Parce que") and quickly won over both the professional dance community and the general public.
He received a Victoire de la Musique award in 2018 for the music video of Angèle's "Tout oublier," co-directed with Brice VDH. He designed the choreography for Sebastian's music video "Beograd," directed his first stage production, and released a mixtape with various collaborators including Isha & Laylow, Julien Granel, and Slimka. In February 2020, with his company "La Marche Bleue," he opened the César Awards ceremony.
He gained further public recognition through his television appearances on shows like "Quotidien" and "C à vous." In 2020, he created "Première Ride," his first stage production with his company "La Marche Bleue," which was presented at the Olympia. In early 2023, he embarked on a major tour of "Maison d'en Face," his new production with his company "La Marche Bleue», they performed at Theatre du Châtelet among other places.