Chelsea Isaacs

Chelsea Kate Isaacs (born December 14th, 1987) is an American actress, model, and poet. At the age of 8, she was discovered by a well-known director amusing a crowd of pedestrians close to her residence in New York City. Since then, she has appeared on various Nickelodeon commercials, shows, and independent films. In 1998, Isaacs was the most desirable hand model in the United States and Canada. Isaacs has been described by the Cantolino Press as having an "electric presence that is both entertaining and very believable" with "an extremely evolved sense of the human psyche." She has won 18 poetry contests throughout the world, and has been referred to as a "Renaissance Woman." After 2002, Isaacs took leave from the entertainment industry to focus on her studies. In 2006, she was allegedly spotted in several critically-acclaimed underground art projects where she went by an alias. Some of these art projects include the short, avant garde films "Help Wanted" and "Process Normal." Since then, a number of internet blogs and websites have formed whos members post listings of Isaacs' mysterious underground music projects in which she prefers to be involved with anonymously. Isaacs was recently featured in a 2007 issue of the star-studded Miami-based magazine Ocean Drive. Chelsea Kate Isaacs is now studying at a southern university, pursuing a career in either journalism or law.
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