Chace Ambrose

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Chace Ambrose (born September 9, 1976) is an American actor, screenwriter, and a contributing writer to a middle Georgia based newspaper called The 11th Hour. Ambrose is a native of Macon, Georgia and graduated in 1995 from Central High School. He attended film courses at New York University including one taught by Spike Lee. He later worked for Troma Entertainment where he was on the writing staff for Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV. Though no longer an employee at Troma, Ambrose still works for the company occasionally at conventions in the southeast and continues to act in independent film. He also co-hosts Diabolical Radio an internet based radio show. Ambrose currently lives in his home town of Macon, Georgia where he works as a news reporter for FOX-24 WGXA-TV. During the football season he also co-hosts a high school football show on FOX-24 called "The Midnight Blitz".

Selected screen credits[edit]

Television[edit]

  • WGXA-TV News and Sports Reporter and co-host of The Midnight Blitz (high school football show) (2002–present)
  • the 11th Hour television show as himself (2006–2007)
  • Scene Stealers (as Kroenen, The Invisible Man, Police Chief, other misc. parts) (2002–2005)
  • Solid Ground (as Felix) (2007–2008)

Film[edit]

  • Cutting Room by Lazarus Entertainment (Actor - David) (2005)
  • Super Tromette Action Movie Go! by More Brains Media (Assistant Director/Actor - Randall Biggens) (2007)
  • Psycho Holocaust by Lazarus Entertainment (Actor - Southern Preacher) (2008)
  • Terror Overload (Actor- Bucky the Bartender) (2008)

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