Considering Her Mixed Ethnicity, Chase Infiniti Is A Perfect Casting For Presumed Innocent

Did you know Presumed Innocent actress Chase Infiniti is officially single. Learn about her family life and her roles below in the article.

By Navin SoniPublished on: June 10, 2024 Updated on: June 12, 2024
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Chase Infiniti’s casting as Jaden Sabich in “Presumed Innocent” strikingly mirrors her own life, presenting a profound layer of authenticity to her role. Born to a white mother and a black father, Chase’s real-life ethnic background aligns perfectly with her character, who navigates the complexities of a mixed-racial family dynamic.

Her parents, Kim and Keith Payne, have fostered a deep connection since their marriage in 1996, a unity that resonates through Chase’s portrayal of Jaden. In the series, Jaden is the daughter of Rusty Sabich, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, and Barbara Sabich, portrayed by Ruth Negga, reflecting a similar familial structure. The series also stars actors including Renate Reinsve, Kingston Rumi Southwick, & Bill Camp among others.

Well, let’s find out more about her family and her personal life.

An Avid Christian, Her Parents Are Educated & In A Dignified Profession

Chase Infiniti’s parents, Keith and Kim, have cultivated a nurturing family environment steeped in Christian values. Her father, a graduate of Dillard University, has been influential in the Indianapolis community as the Managing Member of ARHI Bldg & Remodeling, focusing on sustainable urban development since 1993.

Chase Infiniti With Her Parents & Younger Sister
Chase Infiniti’s Family

Her mother on the other hand complements this dynamic with her dedication to a plant-based lifestyle and wellness. Together, they raised Chase and her sister Dolcé Imani in a supportive and value-driven household.

Chase Infiniti Built Her Career Very Seamlessly

Infiniti’s path from theatre student to rising star on screen showcases a seamless transition. After graduating with a BFA in Theatre’s Musical Theatre Performance from Columbia College Chicago, she already had a robust foundation in the arts from her high school days. Her broad range of skills, including vocal performance, various dance styles, acting, and even K-Pop dancing, enriched her roles in local theatre productions and prepared her for the complexities of screen acting.

Chase Infiniti During Her Stage Performance
Infiniti During Her Stage Performance

Her participation in critically acclaimed plays and musicals, such as “Violet” and “The Little Mermaid,” not only honed her craft but also spotlighted her as a versatile performer. This groundwork naturally set the stage for her debut in “Presumed Innocent” and her subsequent casting in Paul Thomas Anderson’s project “Vineland,” where she will play the daughter of renowned actor Leonardo Dicaprio.