Meet Michael-Chase 

Model | Actor | Speaker 

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


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

Strollo in known for having 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 Year’s Eve VIP Party with Ryan Seacrest and on the Macy's red carpet. 

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

In 2018, Strollo was cast as a lead actor in an unaired reality television pilot created, written and directed by Naked Entertainment©, produced by the American cable television channel MTV© Viacom International Inc.


Following his rise to social media popularity, Strollo modeled for brands including: Jo Ghost, Trina Turk & Mr. Turk, Converse, Members Only and Lilly e Violetta.


Strollo has been featured nationally and internationally in publications including; The Straits Times, B.E.T, The AJC, Sputnik, Townhall and in 2019 appeared on the CBS daytime television talk show The Mel Robbins Show with his mother and stepfather. 


Retiring from the United States Army National Guard in 2019, Strollo has continued to work in the digital, music and entertainment industry. In October of 2020, Strollo landed a small role in rapper Jack Harlow’s ‘Tyler Herro’ official music video which generated 28 million views on YouTube in less than two months. 


Strollo continues to appear regularly across social media and on television and radio shining a light on ending modern day slavery and human trafficking as well as bringing awareness to substance abuse and suicide prevention. 

You matter and you are not alone. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

1 (800) 273-8255

National Human Trafficking Hotline:

1 (888) 373-7888


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