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Short relocated to Los Angeles when he was five years old and immediately began working in a youth theater.
He attended Marcos De Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona, as well as El Segundo High School and the Orange County High School of the Arts, before leaving to join the Broadway tour of Stomp.
By his early teens he had landed work in such television campaigns as Mountain Dew, Denny’s Restaurant, Nike and Pizza Hut among a few.
He is known for choreographing Britney Spears’ “Onyx Hotel Tour” and has also worked with Brian Friedman of So You Think You Can Dance fame.
In addition, he has guest-starred on TV shows like ER (1994), Judging Amy (1999) and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006).
But, his big break arrived earlier this year, when he played the lead role of "DJ" in Stomp the Yard (2007), which was #1 at the box office two weeks in a row and grossed over .4 million.
Steffans quickly took to Instagram to deny Short's claims that they never married, posting an image of their marriage license filed in the state of California.
"IN RESPONSE TO STATEMENTS MADE BY @officialcshort ON SIRIUS RADIO: Drug and alcohol addiction is a serious issue that affects families and marriages worldwide.
Born in Kansas City, Missouri on September 19, 1982, Columbus Keith Short, Jr., started entertaining at the age of three, by putting on shows for his folks' enjoyment.
Short's revelation after months of speculation that their marriage was a sham, after rumors indicated the former "Scandal" star was still legally married to his former wife, Tanee Mc Call.
Love also published alleged documents that prove Short was still in the divorcing process as recent as February, despite Steffans publicizing their "marriage" in January.
He is best known for his roles in the films Stomp the Yard, Cadillac Records, Armored, and The Losers.
He previously starred as a series regular in the ABC drama Scandal, as Harrison Wright.