Chelsea Crutcher, known professionally as London Seabreeze, is an American model and actress born to parents Ericka Mitchell and Michael Crutcher. London attended the Lundstrum Center for Performing Arts in her hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she began her studies in classical ballet, jazz, modern dance, and acting.
At the age of 10, London Seabreeze secured her first acting role alongside, singer, Jennifer Holiday in the Off Broadway play The Black Nativity (written by Langston Hughs and later directed by Lou Bellamy). She began filling her resume with live television, print and runway modeling for brands such as Maxim, Macy's, Target, and designers like Samantha R. Crossland of Project Runway Season 16. In recent years, London has expanded herself within the film and entertainment industry, making her feature debut on the big screen in the film The Beach Bum (2018), directed by Harmony Korine, where she plays love interest to main character, "Moon Dog" (played by Matthew M