Chaseedaw is an actress and model with paternal roots in St. Thomas and Anguilla, and maternal roots in Barbados and Haiti. She was born in Syracuse, NY and raised in Roxbury, MA. Chaseedaw first studied Theater Arts at Boston Latin School and during her undergraduate career at George Washington University. She later transferred and graduated from Boston College. In Boston she received her first union credit in the 2008 remake of "The Women" starring Meg Ryan. She became eligible to join the Screen Actors Guild after appearing in "The Social Network". Read more... sets of HBO's series VEEP, Netflix's series House of Cards, and Discovery ID's TV series "Forbidden". Her first live musical appearance was as part of the ensemble cast for Tantallon Community Theatre's musical production of "The Color Purple" in Fort Washington. The musical won a WATCH Award for Outstanding Choreography by Taurean Maray Barber. In 2012 she appeared on stage for a V-Day benefit production of "The Vagina Monologues" alongside independent recording artist Deborah Bond and Majik 102.3's Courtney Hicks. In 2013 she landed her first lead role in a feature length film as assassin Nina Answell in Anthony Greene and Cheryl Brown's "Thick". She has walked in both DC and Boston Fashion Week and is currently organizing a benefit fashion show to raise money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. The show will feature other cancer survivor models that, like her, are "Changing the Face of Cancer".