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Chanté Moore


Chanté Moore was born on February 17, 1967 in San Francisco, California, USA as Chanté Torrane Moore. She is an actress, known for The Fan (1996), Romeo Must Die (2000) and Beverly Hills Cop III (1994). She was previously married to Kenny Lattimore and Kadeem Hardison. See full bio »

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Known For

The Fan Primo Tribute Singer
(1996)
Romeo Must Die Soundtrack
(2000)
(1994)
Drive Soundtrack
(1997)

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 2017 Chanté Moore: Cover Me in Snow (Video short)
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 2017 Chanté Moore: Something to Remember (Video short)
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 2017 Chanté Moore: Real One (Video short)
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 2016 Family Time (TV Series)
Yvette
- Thanks for Giving (2016) ... Yvette (as Chante Moore)
 2013 Chanté Moore: Jesus, I Want You (Live) (Video short)
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 2003 Kenny Lattimore & Chanté Moore: You Don't Have to Cry (Video short)
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 2003 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Chante
- Episode #1.7784 (2003) ... Chante
 2001 Chanté Moore: Bitter (Video short)
 2000 Chanté Moore: Straight Up (Video short)
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 1999 Chanté Moore: Chanté's Got a Man (Video short)
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 1996 The Fan
Primo Tribute Singer
 1995 Chanté Moore: This Time (Video short)
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 1994 Chanté Moore: Old School Lovin (Video short)
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 1993 Chanté Moore: It's Alright (Video short)
 1993 Chanté Moore: Love's Taken Over (Video short)
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Other Works:

"Things That Lovers Do," an original play based on the music album of the same name by Chanté Moore (as Chante) and Kenny Lattimore, and directed by Tony winner George Faison, and featured Chante and Kenny, and also Kym Whitley, and Clifton Powell, in a 13 city theatrical tour to cities such as Richmond, Virginia; New York City... See more »

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2 Pictorials | See more »

Official Sites:

Official Site | Tour information

Alternate Names:

Chante Moore

Height:

5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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Her debut single "Love's Taken Over" spent 33 weeks on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles Chart. It peaked at #11. Her other hits include "It's Alright" (#11), "Who Do I Turn To" (#83), "Satisfy You" (#48), "Old School Lovin'" (#19), "This Time" (#61), "I'm What You Need" (#56)," "Chante's Got A Man" (#2), "I See You In A Different Light" (#61), "Straight Up" (#23), and "Bitter" (#55). See more »

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Aquarius

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