Chad Coleman is a rising star in the entertainment industry, known for his dynamic personality and acting talent. He has made a name for himself with a string of impressive performances on both stage and screen. Born in Richmond, Virginia, Chad credits his early exposure to the arts for fueling his passion for acting. He began his career in the early 2000s, making his debut in the television series "The Wire," which earned him critical acclaim. He has since gone on to appear in many popular television shows such as "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "The Walking Dead," and "The Expanse."
Chad's film credits include "Brotherhood," "Horrible Bosses," and "The Green Hornet," among others. He has also lent his voice to various video games such as "The Last of Us Part II" and "Gears of War 4." Besides acting, Coleman has also tried his hand at producing a number of projects, including the short film "Tenth Ave," in which he also acted.
Chad is versatile, talented, and has become a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. He is also an advocate for mental health and regularly participates in initiatives focused on raising awareness and removing the stigma. When he isn't acting, Chad enjoys spending time with his family and his dog.