The multi-talented Chuckie Perez, the Christian singer/songwriter, recording artist, TV host and music and TV producer who is also known as Chuckie P., will put his acting skills to work in the upcoming Avondale Pictures film, “The Righteous Twelve.”
“We loved having Chuckie on our last film entitled ‘Amazed By You’ and look forward to him playing the role of a villain, Pancho Pete,” said Chuck Williams, Avondale Pictures film producer and executive.
In addition to his acting, Perez hosts the eponymous late-night variety show, which currently airs on JUCE TV, TBN Salsa, TBN Africa, Uplift TV, Brio TV, and Parable TV.
Perez, who has shared the stage with the likes of Newsboys and DC Talk, began his music career in the Nineties and has recorded for a variety of labels, including Maranatha/Benson, Diadem/Provident and Essential/Provident. He has performed for crowds of more than 250,000 people, played at numerous international music festivals and has toured throughout hundreds of cities and 44 states, as well as in the nations of Israel, Italy and the United Kingdom. The musician is credited with creating genre-defying music while breaking down barriers between people and impacting cultures through Gospel messages.
In addition to releasing two hit songs, “Do You Have a Problem With That” and “I Love Your Ways,” Perez’s music has been featured in daytime soap operas “One Life to Live’ and “All My Children,” and in the Disney Channel film “How To Build a Better Boy.”
Alongside his TV and music career, Perez served as lead pastor at iBelieve Church in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and has recently joined the pastoral staff as pastor of new development and church growth at Loveland Church in Fontana, California, with his good friend and Loveland Church senior pastor, Chuck Singleton.
Perez’s spare time is spent with family and on his interests of sports and being a foodie. He also works with Holt International to help rescue children from poverty and get them adopted.
“My mission is to bring hope and laughter to families around the world,” Perez said. “My mission with my music is still the same: to move and inspire the listener.”
Source: INOV8 PR