From an early age, Chichi Marie set out to become a performer and professional Artist. Natural ability will only take a talented artist so far, but a strong will and determination has helped push this artist forward and continues to drive her development and success. Check out her newest productions below, and get in touch with any questions about Chichi Marie
Chichi Marie Writes Her First Children's Book (Under her full/maiden name Chiemeri Osemele).
This book was written in loving memory of Chichi’s Childhood Best Friend who Went to be with The Lord after complications with Lupus.
A Creative Presence
Chichi Marie Previosly known as "Chiemeri" (Birth name: Chiemeri Osemele) is a First Generation Nigerian American Actress, Model, Songwriter, classically trained Vocalist, and Choreographer ( Ballet, Tap and Jazz). Chichi’s music has taken her all over Texas, other regions of The United States, and her music is also played on an international level as well. Chichi’s music has a media base on the "Urban AC" and "Pop" playlist. She’s been featured in several magazines "The Hype Magazine" and "Meeko TV" and “Street flava”to name a few. One of her highest honors is singing the National Anthem at Houston Stadiums for Home Games. Read the latest article on Chichi Marie here.
Besides her own music, she has featured with other well known artist of the Houston area like Paul Wall, Slim Thug (featured on songs with Beyonce & Gwen Stefani) & Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's, Just Brittany. Chichi was scouted at the age of 15 and signed with Neal Hamil Agency. This began her career in print, runway and music video modeling. Keep an eye out for her Cover for The May Issue of BADD Magazine, as well as 2 more national campaigns she will appear in this summer.
Chichi has been landing lead roles in top Musical Theater productions since Jr. High, so it was only natural that she found her way back to the stage. Chichi made her professional theatrical debut in 2019 after landing the lead role in “African Mean Girls “ this was her 1st audition for a professional theater. In this role, Chichi was able to take the audience on a roller coaster of emotions. Laughter, anger, sorrow and tears, and did all of this in an authentic West African Accent with mannerisms to match. She truly became Paulina. The audience weren’t the only ones who sang their praises. D.L. Groover, Journalist with The Houston Press said her performance in “African Mean Girls” was “Riveting, ”Read Review Here" | This performance also got her the nomination for Best Supporting Actress during the 2020 Houston Theater Awards. . Read Coverage on that here.
Chichi plans to continue to work on her craft and is excited to see what the future may hold as she continues to pursue a career in Theater, TV, & Film.