London Steele was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. In 1991 he moved to Tampa, Florida where he started his dancing career. He was given the opportunity to work with the Florida Suncoast Calendar Men, one of the most respected dance groups in the southeast, and was featured with other groups around the country. Throughout his career London toured 34 states, the Bahamas, Cayman Islands, and overseas.
In 1999 London started his own group, The Male Encounter. At this time, he hired and trained Channing Tatum as a male entertainer and this was the group that inspired the “Magic Mike” movies.
London widened his talents to acting with roles in “Mortal Combat”, “Thunder in Paradise”, “Sea Quest” and “Boys will be Boys”. He has appeared on ABC’s “To Tell The Truth” and TMZ.
He has given numerous radio and television interviews and has been seen in Ron Jon Surf ads, The National Enquirer, and US Weekly Magazine.
He owned the #1 male revue in Florida until he retired from dancing in 2001. He came out of retirement in 2015 and moved across the country to accomplish the biggest challenge in male entertainment, a residency on the Las Vegas strip. London achieved that dream with “The Men of Steele”. This high- energy, choreographed dance group was very successful but a bigger opportunity was offered to London and he sold the group. Now, London is the Manager and Producer of the male revue at Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club.
London has learned from the best and became one of the best. If there was a Walk of Fame for male entertainers, London’s ass print would be on it.