Hi, I’m Chloé!
I’m a New York City based actor, writer and producer
(Like every one else and their mother in nyc)
The accent on my "é" is super important to me, because it makes me feel French.
Funny story: I’m actually a dual citizen in France and the U.S. and still can’t manage to speak either language fluently.
I'm from Connecticut and I'm not a wasp (GASP!). Sometimes I have a transatlantic accent, which is misleading for people. It's totally unintentional. It's just because Blanche Dubois is my alter ego and she's been trying to shine in the light for years. The identity struggle is keenly felt.
I took my first steps on stage as a ballet dancer, right around my unibrow years (I still likely have one, but that's what the Euro Wax Center is for, amiright?). I trained for many years with renowned teachers from Boston Ballet, New York City Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre, as well as performing alongside members of these prestigious companies in numerous productions. But ballet was never in the cards for me professionally.
The truth is, I have wanted to be an actress longer than I can remember. That's why I'm still here.
As an actress, I've performed in musicals, straight plays, comedies, and short films in New York City, London, Stamford, and throughout college. I've had the privilege of working with established theatre directors including Lear Debessonet, Jackson Gay, Will Frears, Giovanna Sardelli, Guy Retallack and Tony nominated performer/writer, Alex Gemignani. I also played opposite Allison Williams on "Girls" back in 2016. I'm a proud graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. Currently, I spend more of my days in the editing room, with Rebecca Silbert, working on our mini-series: “One Degree of Ms. D” (coming spring 2019!).
Facts about moi!
~I had a two year stint in the tech industry, notably, working in the launch phase for UberEats.
~I trained as a classical singer under faculty at the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music.
~I did improv and standup…at some point in my life.
~I have arthritis, babyyyyy! (no seriously, I do.)
“Combinations of lovely and funny can sometimes be hard to come by in the casting world, and Chloe is both."
-Casting Director David Caparelliotis (Broadway: Trip to Bountiful, Good People, Death of Salesman, Rabbit Hole, Doubt)