Anthony Chappell was born in Salinas, CA. At the tender age of six, his family moved to Dayton, Ohio where he spent the rest of his childhood. He graduated from Trotwood-Madison Senior High School in 1990, and joined the United States Army in 1992.
While serving an Information Systems Analyst for 16 years in the U.S. Army, Anthony developed skills to not only use in the information technology field, but in life as well. It is here that he learned the value of hard work and how to be an exceptional leader. Acting is something that Anthony has grown to enjoy. His first project was a Gospel stage play called "God Can Work It Out," which received rave reviews from radio, social media, and other producers. He hopes to build upon experiences such as these, and reach the destiny that God has in store for him.
Anthony has founded "The M.O.R.E. Project." The M.O.R.E. Project gives guidance to young black youths in order to create a stronger black male presence within the community. M.O.R.E. (Men Of Respect and Excellence) offers young black men tools they can use to be both constructive and productive in today's society, and to tear down the perceptions that society has of the black male.
Anthony is also the proud co-owner of Chappella, LLC. A small business that offers IT services for startup, small and non-profit businesses. Chappella, LLC has also ventured into the realm of production. Chappella Productions will produce offerings in the areas of stage plays and hopefully movies as well.
Anthony is a proud father, and husband to his very lovely wife, Andria. They currently reside in the Atlanta, GA. Metro area.