Born Crystal Dianne Korzinsky, CiCi Chambers began a career in entertainment with KPFT 94.1 in Houston, Texas with a late night radio show on the weekends. A few years later CiCi rode into professional cycling before transitioning into college and university studies which eventually lead her to meeting her television mentor Tony Toscano and other personalities at ABC4 in Salt Lake City where CiCi was an associate producer for the morning television shows. During this same period CiCi began her tenure in stand-up comedy, relying heavily on her writing and adaptability to quickly adapt to the demands of public performance; and is an advocate of size and gender diversity in film and television. Since then CiCi has been taking acting classes, studied close combat, fencing, and is producing television and film, alongside acting roles. Her most recent production Planting Daisy, is set to release to festivals in 2016 where she plays a co-conspirator in the demise of an abusive husband.
Film (short) by Cici Chambers Actress, Director, Writer, Producer Dena, an abused wife finds that her husband uses the herbs from their yard to subdue women for nefarious deeds, and decides to give him a taste of his own medicine. With the help of her best friend Briona, the two plant the evidence along with her husband, Morte's latest folly. Written by Chambers, CiCi
Film (short) by Britany Toolson Rachel, a bounty hunter A bounty hunter changes her mind on killing a serial killer out of sympathy for her children, only to be killed herself.
Film (short) by Michael Shuman (Drama) Actress When Jonathon Novak gets the opportunity of a lifetime, he must decide between work and life in this dramatic piece. "Who's life are we living?"
Television (Reality-TV) Actress, Director
Television (Comedy) Producer, Self
Film (short) by Rennie Sharp (Action, Drama and Thriller) Actress, Writer Former Central Intelligence Agent Chris Blackburn is trying desperately to forget the mistakes that cost him everything. Haunted by a stream of recurring nightmares he's left with little more than indistinct glimpses of the tragic moment that has changed his life forever. Since the horrific event, there has been only one certainty in his life...he's out of the agency, and determined to never look back. Unfortunately, things don't always work out as planned. It's been a year and a half since he's seen or heard from Jordan Price, an Ex-CIA handler and his former superior. The unexpected visit causes Chris to immediately question his motives. During their clandestine meeting, Jordan divulges top-secret information about a potential terror threat against the U.S. and its possible link to the death of two government operatives. When Chris refuses to get involved, Jordan quickly reminds him of the importance of gathering intelligence to protect American interests and reveals further ... Written by Rennie Sharp
CW 30 Screening Room
Television (Talk-Show) Actress, Self
University of Utah
Salt Lake Community College