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performer & creative




about Chloe

Chloe is a vibrant, multi-hyphenate artist and proud valley girl, hailing from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. She was raised on classic television and Frank Sinatra, and I Love Lucy and The Dick Van Dyke Show soon became not only entertainment, but inspiration for the world of performing and comedy. Chloe found herself begging for dance classes, theater productions, and singing lessons. 

Once this training started it never stopped. Chloe studied in UCLA’s Ray Bolger Musical Theater Program, graduating in 2024 with a Theater BA and Minor in Film, Television, and Digital Media. While there, she performed in three mainstage musicals (including playing two of her favorite roles: The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, and Fastrada in Pippin), acted in multiple short films, and originated roles in three different musical workshop productions, a new works play, and the world premiere of an opera. 

In addition to performing, Chloe also has a passion for screenwriting and comedy. In 2023, she wrote, directed, and acted in the original short film “It's Hard to Find Love as a College Theater Major.” She is also currently a member of Company, a comedy troupe that writes and performs live/filmed sketches for UCLA's annual "Spring Sing," a university-wide music competition. As a highly trained dancer and master of tap, she also choreographed an original musical last year.

Chloe is thrilled by both theater and film, and is pursuing an active career in both. She is ecstatic about jumping into the professional world to both be a part of art and create her own. She seeks projects that make you laugh so hard you cry, want to call your loved ones, and connect with humanity. 

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