Entertainer Chioke Dmachi, has appeared in film and television projects such as "Cuttin Da Mustard" with Comedian Sinbad, Charles Dutton, and Brandon T. Jackson. On the small screen Chioke has appeared in episodes of shows including Drake and Josh, CSI: Miami, and House MD.
Born in Hollywood, this quick-study graduate from the Inland Empire's Redlands High School performed with the advanced theater production ensemble Masqures and took top awards for his achievements in the arts. Following his passion he began the study of acting at 13 and currently studies at Susan Baston's Black Nexxus. Chioke is an accomplished model having appeared in televised or print ads for Pepsi, Target, Hyundai, Unionbay, and Wrigley's to name a few. His persistently positive approach to life is far reaching. He writes screenplays, short stories, poems and songs, Chioke Dmachi has previously released singles,which have licensed and been featured on TV shows such as ABC Miss Guided and film projects such as Cuttin Da Mustard and Brothers in Arms. The singer/ songwriter recently released the anti bullying anthem BoyZ Don't Cry. The music video for BoyZ Don't Cry made it's Television premier on MTV'S Logo network, NewNowNext Poplab program and is available on VEVO.
Previously Dmachi wore the hat of film producer for the comedy featurette film project Manscaping, which has screened at numerous festivals including the World Comedy Film Fest, and has also been nominated for and won awards including a Silver Lei Award at the 2009 Honolulu International Film Festival. Manscaping secured distribution with Short Films International and is available on iTunes.
Dmachi was recognized for his dedication to philanthropy when named co-spokesperson with Haylie Duff and Hilary Duff for the non-profit organization "Kids with a Cause." The organization's mission is to alleviate adversity among children experiencing poverty, homelessness, illness, etc. His tenure with "Kids with a Cause" spans a half a decade, attesting to his deep seated values of giving back to society. When not engaged in his many pursuits or lifting spirits with "Kids with a Cause," Chioke enjoys horse back riding, Tennis, and traveling.