Chandra Currelley - Singer, Actress, Songwriter, Producer


Chandra’s" in the #1 box office movie, "Diary of a Mad Black Woman" and as "Shirley" in Tyler Perry’s "Madea’s Big Happy Family", the stage play.  Who  can forget her show stopping performance  as Loretta in Kandi Burress's (The Real Housewives of Atlanta) "A Mother's Loveas the choir soloist, Sister Laura, and as the singer in the nightclub "S.O.S. Band, replacing the original lead singer. She continued the band’s string of Top Twenty Billboard hits with the CD’s "Diamonds In The Raw", and "One Of Many Nights", where she wrote several songs, including the single "Brok".  Ms. Currelley is the recipient of the Lady Soul of Jazz award and is the former lead singer for the legendary recording group, the You probably recognize CHANDRA CURRELLEY as Ms.V. From the sitcom TYLER PERRY’s “For Better Or Worse” on the OWN network for 5 seasons and in the motion picture, "Madea’s Big Happy Family"en Promises". Chandra also starred in the world premier of "Jesus Christ Superstar Gospel", and as Mother Shaw in Regina Taylor’s "Crowns".

The Gospel Choice Award nominee has performed at The White House and toured Europe and Asia leaving audiences wanting more. She has also starred in "Dinah Was", "Blues In the Night", "The Hot Mikado", "Amen Corner" (The Alliance Theatre/ Arena Stage). "Two Queens, One Castle" with T.C. Carson (Horizon Theatre),"What’s Done In the Dark", (Fox Theatre) "Slam!" "Sophisticated Ladies" and Kenny Leon’s "Rejoice" to name a few.

Because of her ability to legitimately cross musical and theatrical styles, Chandra has had the opportunity to work with some of the greats from Clarence Avant, jazz legend Roy Ayers, where she recorded the duet, "Let Me Love You", to the phenomenal Tyler Perry. Other Television credits include VH-1, Say Yes! (TBN) , (BET) Jazz Showcase (PBS) and Good Day Atlanta (Fox)

The Helen Hayes and  Suzi Bass Award nominee can be seen in the new BET+ TV series, Tyler Perry’s “Bruh” as Alice. CHANDRA has released 3 solo CD’s "Relationships", "The Real Me" and "Love Songs", which contains the hit song "Love Again" from the movie, "Diary of a Mad Black Woman". Available at, i tunes and Rhapsody.