Actor - Model 



"You matter and you are not alone.

We can all help prevent suicide and human trafficking."  

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

1 (800) 273-8255

National Human Trafficking Hotline:

1 (888) 373-7888

Michael-Chase Strollo is an actor, model and personality who founded and became CEO of Lakeshore Holdings, a consulting firm which specializes in the development, placement, publicity and safeguarding of exceptional artists and talent.

A popular voice on social media, Strollo has gained his online following for his "personal lifestyle and fashion modeling," according to the popular celebrity website Famous Birthdays. 

Strollo attended Passion Conference in Atlanta and has made guest appearances at the Official iHeart Radio Jingle Ball After Party with Cheat Codes, Dick Clark's Rockin' New Years Eve VIP Party with Ryan Seacrest, and on the Macy's Red Carpet.


In previous years, he has hosted AtlantaFest featuring; Newsboys, Mandisa, Colton Dixon, and Tedashii. 


Strollo appears regularly on both television and radio shining a light on ending modern day slavery and human trafficking as well as bringing awareness to substance abuse and domestic violence highlighting suicide prevention. 

Strollo has been featured nationally and internationally in publications including; The Straits Times, B.E.T, The AJC, Sputnik, Townhall and the CBS daytime television talkshow The Mel Robbins Show. 

After enlisting in the Army National Guard in 2014, Strollo joined the staff of Atlanta's radio station 104.7 The Fish FM.


In 2019, Strollo retired from the United States Army National Guard and he has worked in the digital, music and entertainment industry since.

Strollo, his mother Susan and his step-father Howie on The Mel Robbins Show




Agent – Rising Entertainment and Media Management


Email: info@mcstrollo.com

"[Michael's] image could be in a conservative high-end men’s magazine. I say conservative, because it could be a magazine like Esquire and it could be an editorial absolutely or it could be an ad campaign for an ensemble. This is a credible fashion shot and yes, I would say the feature should be the bag, and the jacket perhaps." 

- Benjamin Kanarek, Photographer
Vogue Magazine
"I am thrilled to see [him] so involved in [his] school and community and I hope Michael inspires others to seek involvement in local, state, and national government." 
- Former Governor Nathan Deal, GA
"[Michael's] military service to the United States is what truly makes him a remarkable young man. I recommend Michael without hesitation and I applaud his work as an active citizen in his community. I expect we will be seeing great things from him in the future."  
- Former United States Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, GA
"Like Michael is doing, it’s important in this time of isolation and uncertainty to continue to communicate, uplift each other, and share art with those around us." 
- Ashley Dawson 
BLOUDER magazine
"I know Michael has a clear vision to lead and I have full confidence that he will accomplish the goals he has laid out." 
- Former Congressman Jack Kingston, GA
"A popular voice on social media, Strollo gained his online following for his personal lifestyle and fashion modeling. He is an advocate for shining a light on ending modern day slavery and human trafficking as well as vocally addressing substance abuse and domestic violence awareness. Strollo is also known to highlight the National Suicide Prevention Hotline phone number [1-800-273-8255] across his digital platforms."
- Staff Reports 
Marietta Daily Journal 
"I wish Michael the best of luck and I thank him for all that he does." 
- Former United States Senator Johnny Isakson, GA 
"It is rewarding to see young Georgians take leadership roles in their schools and communities. It is my hope that Michael's actions will inspire others." 
- Former Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle, GA 
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