A native of Hollywood, Florida, Christy Chilton began acting and modeling at the young age of four, studying under Ellen Meade at the Ellen Meade Studio in Bradenton, Florida. Chilton's first lead role was in a stage performance of Hansel and Gretel (1989), Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, Florida. At 13, Chilton booked her first television commercial for the grand opening of FAO Scwarz in Orlando, Florida.
Upon leaving Ellen Meade Studio, Chilton studied under Benson Simmonds, Ginny Kopf, and credits the Ivana Chubbuck technique for helping her to hone her skills.
Chilton starred in Vin Diesel's, Global Race Foundation film, The Paint Job (2015) which premiered at The 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
She also starred in the independent films,Limited Liability, working title, Get Rich (2014) , Love and War (2014), Choices (2015).
Chilton had supporting roles in Dylan McDermott's Sugar (2016), Soltice (2014), The Truth about Monsters and Rogue Island, which was chosen as the Official Selection at The 2016 Gasparilla International Film Festival, The 2016 Real Time Film Festival and as a semi-finalist at The Los Angeles CineFest.
Chilton played the role of 'Fantasy Wife' in noir comedy The Lost Digit (2016) and held the lead role as an overwhelmed campaign manager in the political series, Our Party (2015),backed by Comedy Central. Chilton also starred in the TV series Darkest Case:Season One (2015) as Emily and in Surround Filmworks series Raiders (2014) as Detective Lisa Koch.
Chilton co-hosted Sarasota Day's Weekend Update (2014), co- hosted Beasley Broadcasting’s 1010 AM "The Buzz" radio show (2012-2013) and has starred in music videos such as Away from Eden's "Love and Freedom" (2015) and Beyond Thunderdome's "Journey to the Great Beyond".
Chilton was voted one of Tampa Bay's Most Empowered Women in 2016 by The Choice Radio Network. In 2019, The Jeremiah Radio Show chose Christy to lead their season of influential and powerful women, interviewing Chilton on growing up in the spotlight as a female actress and model.
In addition to numerous commercials and promotional events, Chilton has also been featured in a series of comic books, trading cards, and posters as "Lita Fox".
She currently lives in Sarasota, Florida where she continues to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Chilton runs a marketing company, FemmeMogul, which not only empowers female entrepreneurs but is funding the launch of her nonprofit organization to empower female adolescents.