A successful acting career doesn’t happen overnight, but with the proper mentorship and guidance, you can build a career path to success.


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What Industry Leaders Say About Chi


(Director - Bat 21, Flight 93, Youngblood)

I directed Chi in the film, Faith of My Fathers. Chi was [John McCain’s] principal tormentor in prison and gave the role such a definitive take on resentment and evil that he dominated every scene he was in. His suggestions were all taken and hit the perfect pitch. He was a big part of the team that contributed to the film being nominated for 4 Emmys.


(Emmy Award-Winning Lead Actor - General Hospital, Into the West, Days of Our Lives)

Chi was the director who launched me into film acting. I had never performed in front of a single camera and was terrified. Despite my fear and inexperience, instead of coddling me like a rookie he taught me the nuances of the craft thus allowing me to thrive on screen. He taught me the power of subtlety in my work.


(The Originals, Yellowjackets, Roswell: New Mexico)

Chi has been my manager for over 13 years and has been a huge factor in the development of my career. One thing about him that stands out from the rest. He cares deeply about my success and is commitment to my career is unparalleled. He will stop at nothing to make sure that I achieve everything I've set out to in this business. He doesn't give up and he makes sure you don't either. Nothing is more important in a manager than that trait.

With no SAG card or any credits Chi was able to turn Steven’s life around. From young and driven, to being a series regular on shows like The OriginalsRoswell, New Mexico and Yellowjackets.