SIMRIN C. PLAYER WAS BORN IN SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH IN 1998 TO RICHARD AND DOMINIQUE PLAYER. AT AGE THREE, SIMRIN BEGAN TRAINING AS A DANCER. SHE AND HER FAMILY MOVED TO PHOENIX, ARIZONA IN 2002. SHE HAS TRAINED IN MANY DIFFERENT STYLES OF DANCE, ACTING, AND VOICE. SHE NOT ONLY ACTS AND SINGS WITH COMMITMENT AND CONFIDENCE, SHE ALSO HAS A REPUTATION FOR INSPIRING HER PEERS.
Simrin's professional career began when she was discovered battling at a B-boy/ B-girl battle in 2007 at the age of nine. This led to an invitation to audition with Hi- Hat, one of the entertainment industry's leading choreographers and visionaries. Simrin privately auditioned with Hi-Hat for Vh1's Hip Hop Honors Award Show honoring hip hop sensation Missy Elliot. She impressed Hi-Hat during the audition and thus appeared on television for the first time. Since then, Simrin has gone on to work with other popular and well noted entertainers including Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Shakira, Will Smith, Christina Aguilera, Kevin Hart, Katie Holmes, and Adam Sandler to name a few.
Simrin was asked to perform with Willow Smith and Justin Bieber's U.K. Tour. She performed every night in front of thousands of people in sold-out arenas throughout the United Kingdom. Simrin has built a substantial resume that includes performances in Disney's "Step Up 3D", NBC's "The Voice", The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Ellen Degeneres Show, James Corden’s “The Late Late Show”, ABC’s “Bunheads”, Nickelodeon’s Season 2 of "The Fresh Beat Band" (as Jr. Kiki), and the feature film “Step Up 6: China”. She has performed for MTV, the Kid's Choice Awards, the VH1 Hip Hop Honors Awards, the White House, and more. Simrin has appeared in music videos for Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love” and “Purpose”, Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair", "Twenty-first Century Girl" and "Fireball", Shakira's "This Time for Africa", and more. She has appeared in print, movie, and television commercials including extensive Back- to-School campaigns for Shoe Carnival and Sears, starring Selena Gomez.
- NUVO's Junior Female Break-Out Artist Winner (2010)
- Velocity's Teen Female Maximum Velocity Artist (2013)
- Dance Awards' Teen Female Best Dancer (2014)
- Dance Awards' Senior Female Best Dancer (2017)
Simrin distinguishes herself from her peers through her commitment to achieve perfection in all aspects of her work. In addition to her professional career, Simrin is very dedicated to her academics as well. After graduating high school at Arizona School for the Arts, Simrin will be attending University of Southern California to pursue a double major in dance and business with a pre-law emphasis.