Cherrelle Elan to play Lynnette Love in upcoming movie
Cherrelle éLan began her career behind the camera!
Pitching compelling story ideas, and assisting dynamic producers for PrimeTime and 20/20 News Magazines inspired Cherrelle to continue her career in biographical storytelling. Peaking her level of interest in creative drama, she had the opportunity to participate in suspenseful undercover consumer investigations, and research celebrity lifestyle. Also, while working with ABC's news team during the 9/11 Tragedy, Cherrelle received a Peabody Award for her participation in conducting interviews of victims and heroes. It wasn't long after these experiences that Cherrelle discovered she has a gift to bring dramatic situations to life via acting and writing. Her years of intense news coverage and investigations propelled Cherrelle to take on action based story telling. Today she commits to Co-Producing, Writing and Acting in her first screenplay Seoul, U.S.A. –A true story inspired by the first U.S. Tae Kwon Do Women’s Team to compete in the Olympic Games.
Cherrelle will star as Lynnette Love in Seoul, U.S.A. After years of training and performing in plays i.e. The Girls of Summer and Carol’s Christmas, she became a member of the Screen Actors Guild after appearing on Criminal Minds Episode To Hell...And Back as the runaway daughter Lee Hightower. She has also been seen on Lincoln Heights, House and Heroes.
Also a Martial Arts practitioner, Cherrelle holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do from the Howard University Tae Kwon Do Club.
Passionate about giving back to her community, after completing her 10 year educational career in Literary Media and Film, Cherrelle returned to her High School alma-mater The Duke Ellington School of the Arts and initiated the first High School Media Day. Hosted by The National Association of Multi- Ethnicity In Communications (NAMIC) high school students from across the Washington, DC metropolitan area joined together with Cherrelle's network of Broadcast Professionals from various media empires and her alma-maters Howard University and Syracuse University, to create a blueprint for their future. The following year, the Media Day expanded and moved to the museum of broadcast history-The Newseum. This day earned Cherrelle a NAMIC award for outstanding community service.
An advocate for maintaining positive images, Cherrelle also competed and won the Miss Teen DC USA
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