Chasity Hammitte, a Chicago native, discovered her passion for acting after participating in a high school play in 1998. In 2000, Chasity continued her education at The School for Film and Television in New York where she honed her craft. By 2003, Chasity moved to Los Angeles, building on her foundation by attending the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. In 2006, after signing with The House of Representatives, Chasity booked her first feature film, Julius Homes. Chasity went on to co-star in Odicie (BET, 2007), the winner of the 3rd Annual Rap-It-Up/Black AIDS Short Subject Film Competition.