Represented by Bonafide and Emerging Artists Agency
(he/him/his) is a multracial, Latinx and Black Creole, queer actor and multi medium visual artist from the ever so lovely Houston, Texas.
A Word From Chevalier
“Hello there! It’s me, Justin Chevalier! I'm a sweet little southern soul currently living in New York City. I grew up in Houston, Texas and what I love most about the home is the food (my goodness!) and the communities I grew up in (my foundation!). I’m a graduate of Hofstra University’s BFA Performance program and I’m glad to be out here building a career that has space for me to share stories - stories that make us laugh, that give us a break, that help us better ourselves, be kinder, understand each other, learn more about our cultures, see beauty and have more love and hope. Let’s go! I can also be found with a paintbrush, or Apple Pencil, doing my visual art thang on canvas, or my Ipad. I live to be at least an ounce like Betty White and I’m always in the mood for some ice cream. Always. Thank ya for stopping by and y’all take care out there!”
Sept 28th - Comedy Central's Gaslight Detector is now out. Check Justin's feature out, here!
Sept 7th - Justin's Disney Plus debut, featured in Disney's Growing Up as White House Press in Sage's episode.
July 21st - Justin hops on set of Comedy Central's shoot of Gaslighting Detector with director Jillian Langanelli.
June 1-5 - Justin is headed to his first film festival, the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF), to see the premiere of the short film, Heritage by Sebastian Rea, where he plays Tupac. This film is in association with the LALIFF Inclusion Fellowship, sponsored by Netflix.
May 19th - Justin joined the team of Starting Up, An Entrepreneurial Musical Comedy by Garrett Press as the character Prem for a fun reading of the new book!
March 28th - Justin joined the team of Red Clay Halo by Andy Boyd at Pipeline Theatre's PlayLab where he plays Owen Whitfield.
February 25-27th - Justin filmed for the new short film Heritage, by Sebastian Rea, where he plays Tupac. This short film will premiere at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) in June 2022 at the TCL Chinese Theaters. This film is in association with the LALIFF Inclusion Fellowship, sponsored by Netflix.
February 18th - Trying something new! Updates! Justin books his first short film, Heritage by Sebastian Rea. Stay tuned for more info!