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Chrissie Marie Fit (born April 3, 1984[citation needed]) is an American actress and singer. In 2007, Fit rose to prominence after she was cast as the character Mercedes Juarez in the medical drama, General Hospital. She is also known for her role as CheeChee in the DCOMs Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach 2, and for her role as Florencia "Flo" Fuentes in Pitch Perfect 2 and Pitch Perfect 3.[1]

Chrissie Fit
Chrissie Marie Fit

(1984-04-03) April 3, 1984 (age 35)
OccupationActress, Singer
Years active2006–present


Early lifeEdit

Chrissie Marie Fit was born in Miami, Florida and raised in Hialeah, the daughter of Maria Christina and Miguel Fit. She is of Cuban heritage.[2] Chrissie started singing at the age of five. She discovered the world of acting when she was around ten years old. She performed in countless plays and musicals throughout her school years. She graduated from Barbara Goleman High School, and eventually started working with theatre companies in her hometown of Miami, Florida. She attended Florida International University and was a sister of Alpha Xi Delta.[3]


Fit made her acting debut on the 2006 Nickelodeon television series, Zoey 101, in an unspecified role. She made her first recurring role on the American daytime television medical drama, General Hospital, where she played Mercedes from 2007 until 2012. She also wrote, directed and starred in the web series, The Subpranos, playing the role of Denise Flores de la Rosa. She also appeared in episodes of Southland, House, General Hospital: Night Shift and The Middleman. In 2012, Fit returned to acting with Filly Brown, where she played Lupe Tonorio.

In 2013, she was cast as CheeChee in the Disney Channel Original Movie, Teen Beach Movie. In 2015, she played Florencia "Flo" Fuentes in Pitch Perfect 2 and reprised her role as CheeChee in the DCOM Teen Beach 2. She later returned as Florencia in 2017's Pitch Perfect 3.



Year Title Role Notes
2007 This Is Culdesac Student #2
2009 Crossing Over Student #3
2012 Filly Brown Lupe Tonorio
2013 Sake-Bomb Edie
The Gelephant Lisa
It Remains Bessie Short film; also writer[citation needed]
2014 Crosstown Other Chola
2015 Pitch Perfect 2 Florencia "Flo" Fuentes
2017 Pitch Perfect 3 Florencia "Flo" Fuentes


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Zoey 101 Unspecified Role Episode: "The Great Vince Blake"
2007 General Hospital: Night Shift Lupe Rosales 3 episodes
2007–2012 General Hospital Mercedes Recurring role, 37 episodes
2008 The Middleman Shannon Faris Episode: "The Ectoplasmic Panhellenic Investigation"
House Girl Episode: "Emancipation"
2009 Catherine and Annie Kristy Television movie
2010 The Subpranos Denise Flores de la Rosa 10 episodes; also director and producer
My Roommate the... Niqi Episode: "Guido"
2011 Southland Estella Episode: "Let It Snow"
Torchwood Assistant Episode: "Rendition"
2013 Teen Beach Movie CheeChee Disney Channel Original Movie
2014 Disney's Win, Lose or Draw Herself Contestant, 5 episodes
2015 Resident Advisors Beth Episode: "Sexiled"
Teen Beach 2 CheeChee Disney Channel Original Movie
2016 Mary + Jane Alyssa Episode: "Sn**chelorette"
2016–present Milo Murphy's Law Amanda Lopez Voice role; recurring
2017-2018 Elena of Avalor Princess Valentina Voice role; Episode: "Royal Rivalry"
2019 Charmed Effie Episode: "Witch Perfect"

Music videosEdit

Year Title Artist
2016 "Our Fight Song" Various Artists
2017 "Freedom! '90" / "Cups" The Bellas from Pitch Perfect 3 and the Top 12 contestants of The Voice season 13
2018 "Give Me Your Hand" Shannon K


Year Title Role Notes
2015 Disney's Peter Pan JR Tinker Bell


Fit is a Days for Girls International Ambassador,[4] using her platform to champion menstrual solutions and health education for women and girls all over the world. She co-wrote and performed a song, "All About Them Days (for Girls)" to support the organization's mission in March 2018.[5]


  1. ^ Rodriguez, Priscilla (July 19, 2013). "Exclusive Interview: Chrissie Fit Disney Channel's 'Teen Beach Movie'". Latina. Latina Media Ventures. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  2. ^ Chrissie Fit interview accessed May 14, 2015
  3. ^ Chrissie Fit interview accessed May 14, 2015
  4. ^ "Days for Girls International | Board & Advisors". Days for Girls International | Turning Periods Into Pathways. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
  5. ^ Fit, Chrissie (8 March 2018). "Happy International Women's Day". Retrieved 2018-03-10.

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