Bubba Carr's career began with his move from Alabama to Los Angeles in 1984. Armed with a veracious drive and big talent he took Hollywood by the horns. With his first professional gig touring with MGM star Mitzi Gaynor he adapted to a fast paced lifestyle early on. His next big job as a regular on the television show "FAME" exposed Bubba to the ins and outs of the early to rise long days world of the network series. In the middle of all this came the win of "Starsearch" in 1987, with the all male group "Boys Club", winning all seven shows they appeared on including the series finale securing the $100,000 prize. Bubba has appeared in music video’s with the likes of Cher and Prince, national commercials for Sprite, Coors, The Gap and Levi’s 501, tv shows “Drop Dead Diva”, "The Nanny", "Friends", “Scrubs”, "Oprah", “Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, including award shows "The Academy Awards", "The Grammy Awards", “American Music Awards” , "MTV Music Awards" and several TV Specials and "Movies of the Week". Bubba has appeared in numerous feature films including “Anchorman 2”, “Rock of Ages”, “Footloose”, "Austin Powers: Goldmember", "Batman & Robin", "Wild Wild West", and “Out to Sea”. Touring credits include Janes Addiction, Porno for Pyros and Dirty Dancing Live, not only performing on stage but lending his choreographic talents as well. The bulk of his touring has been dancing on stage with legendary entertainer Cher in her "Heart of Stone" 89', "Love Hurts" 91', "Believe" 99', "Living Proof" 02’ world tours, including Cher at Caesars Palace 07’. Bubba has worked on “So You Think You Can Dance” including the live tour and “So You Think You Can Dance” Canada. Bubba has choreographed scenes the feature films “Passengers”, “Bolden”, “Goosebumps”, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”, “The Internship”, stage productions of “Grease”, “Miss Saigon”, “Hair”, “Oklahoma”, “The Snow Queen”, “Man of LaMancha” and “Evita” for Serenbe Playhouse as well as “Godspell” and “The Mystery of Edwin Drood" for the Stage Door Players and had the pleasure of choreographing the first Chinese produced Broadway style musical in Beijing, China based on the famous tale of The Monkey King. Bubba choreographed episodes of the television series “Ozark”, “The Originals”, “Drop Dead Diva”, “Halt and Catch Fire” and “The Detour”. Carr recently began working with Zac Brown’s new project Sir Rosevelt, choreographing the video for their number one hit “Sunday Finest” and creating choreography for their first live performance in London, UK playing to a sold out crowd.