Where Did Morris Chestnut Go to College?

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Where did Morris Chestnut go to college? Morris Chestnut attended Long Beach City College and California State University, Northridge, according to his TV Guide biography. At the latter school, he studied finance and drama, both of which he likely finds useful, as he’s emerged as a successful Hollywood actor with a host of impressive film and TV credits. Born January 1, 1969, in Cerritos, California, Chestnut didn’t originally dream of a career in showbiz. He was more interested in football, and while playing running back for the Richard Gahr High School squad, he hoped a college scholarship might lead to an NFL contract. It didn’t pan out, but Morris Chestnut probably isn’t complaining. In 1991, he made his film debut by playing Ice Cube’s half-brother in “Boyz n the Hood,” and in the 20-something years since, he’s amassed a formidable filmography, appearing in such well known flicks as “The Best Man,” “The Best Man Holiday,” “Kick-Ass 2,” and “Think Like a Man.”

While the question of where Morris Chestnut is an easy one to answer — a little Googling pulls up California State University, Northridge — details surrounding the actor’s life are harder to come by. In a 2001 interview with Essence, he admitted that he’s not a fan of talking about his private affairs, and while more info has trickled out over the years, you’re not liable to see him splashed all over the tabloids or drawing the attention of TMZ’s cameras. He’s been married for years to Pamela Byse, and in addition to his film work, he’s branched out into TV, appearing on the 1992 Patti LaBelle sitcom “Out All Night” and more recently the acclaimed series “Nurse Jackie.”

Fans wanting a more detailed answer to the question of where Morris Chestnut went to college might be interested to learn that California State University, Northridge, is “a vibrant, diverse university community of 38,310 students and more than 4,000 faculty and staff, sited on a 356-acre campus in the heart of Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley,” according to the school’s official website. Good looking, talented, and smart: Morris Chestnut is the real deal.

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