Nikeata Thompson

Nikeata Thompson

Nikeata Thompson the successful star- and stage choreographer, famous for her Jamaican heart, British style and German education.

Born in the UK in 1980, the former sportswoman has been living in Germany for over 30 years and has been going her own way ever since. Her youth was marked as a successful athlete in hurdle running with the results of  National Champion.

At the age of 19 Nikeata pursued a professional career in dance. Working with some of the most credible domestic Hip Hop artists, Nikeata built a strong reputation in the industry. She became the "Go-To" Dancer and Choreographer for cutting edge dance in the country. Multiple tours, videos, TV appearances, stage coaching, working with directors for movies and commercials, in front and behind  the camera didn't stay unnoticed. Nikeata has also worked with Tom Hanks, Sean Paul and Robin Schulz to name a few. 

Fueling her love for choreography, Nikeata put together a platform for dancers that mirrored her credibility and artistic integrity. She opened NT Dance Agency ( to expose the mainstream audience to the art of Dance on another level. More than 150 international dancers can be found in the agency's  portfolio. For a decade NT Dance Agency has been the Head of Choreography for "THE VOICE OF GERMANY" and since 2016 is also responsible for the catwalk choreography and the finale at GERMANYS NEXT TOPMODEL

Nikeata has appeared as Judge in successful TV Shows such as GOT TO DANCE, GOT TO DANCE KIDS, MASTERS OF DANCE & Germany's Next Topmodel by Heidi Klum. 

Since 2017 she also hosted different Live Events such as Global Citizen Festival, New Body Award by McFit & Nickelodeon Slime Fest. 

Since 2021, she has been focusing more and more on acting and is finding appeal. After a Blockbuster for the German TV Channel Sat1, she got a role in the series "How To Dad" (ARD Mediathek) and shortly after in the coming of age series "Pauline" which will be broadcast next year on Disney+. She scored another coup with her first leading role in the first German-language AppleTV+ series "Where's Wanda?" which will be released in 2024.