Maurice Chevalier is an American born actor and producer. His most recent speaking roles are with both Luke Goss and Michael Paré in Operator (2015), Gregory Alan Williams in Unspoken Words (2014), and as Aaron in the award-sweeping Sanity (2014).
He was introduced to the world of advertising and television through modeling, which provided a vehicle that took him around the world several times. He quickly made NYC his home while working for clients such as Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, and Just Cavali. Hundreds of runway shows for Gucci, D&G and Christian Dior, to name a few, complete his credentials alongside editorials for Cosmopolitan, Maxim, and Redbook. Maurice has also performed in commercials across the United States and in Europe and Asia. In-between working in Greece, Italy, Japan, Taipae, Hong Kong, and China, he focused on acting workshops in Manhattan. This opened doors to nearly every type of film and theatre work; including voice-overs, pilots, short films and features, commercials, industrials, and spokesperson campaigns. Playing Josh in the award-winning Ansley Park Playhouse's production, A Sunday Afternoon at Loehmann's and speaking in national television commercials for Ford Trucks also provided a solid platform for him to launch from.
Acting grew into many other opportunities. Working with Wes Llewellyn and Amanda Llewellyn as a producer for the show, It's Supernatural (2007), a popular Christian television show seen in over 160 countries, helped pave the way for several production-based accolades. His team recently was commended with 9 awards, including Top 5 Best Picture, at the CMF Awards in Hollywood, CA for their films Sanity (2014) and Music Therapy (2014).