ChiChi Anyanwu - Founder/Talent Manager
ChiChi Anyanwu founded CHI Talent Management in 2020, after an extensive work history spanning more than 15 years in talent representation, casting and producing in New York. Her experiences in casting made her discover that her true passion was nurturing and developing aspiring talent. Her clients have been seen on Broadway/National Tours: MJ, Tina, Wicked, Ain't Too Proud, Sister Act and Jesus Christ Superstar. Films: Insidious: The Red Door, Honeymoon Friends, Mean Girls Musical, Standing Up, Falling Down, Boogie, Vampires vs. the Bronx, Men of Divorce, Master. Television: Everything's Trash, New Amsterdam, We Own the City, Alma's Way, Marvel's Daredevil, Luke Cage, Gotham, And Just Like That, Full Circle, Equalizer, The Deuce, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Snowfall, Madam Secretary, The Code, Alternatino, Deception, The Endgame, Godfather of Harlem, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: Organized Crime, Evil, FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Blacklist, Blacklist: Redemption, The Brave, Broad City, Elementary, Only Murders in the Building to name a few.
In her spare time, ChiChi teaches at Stonestreet Studios, The New School of Drama and serves as a diversity audience consultant for Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. ChiChi is also a Brand Ambassador at D'iyanu: a black-owned, ready-to-wear bold print clothing line offering quality, trendy African inspired fashion at affordable prices. ChiChi Anyanwu is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Communication, Theater Studies minor & Certificate in African Studies.
Awards/Honors: 2020 grant recipient of the American Express IFundWomen of color 100 for 100 program. Diverse Representation "The Ten to Watch in 2021" list.
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