Chloe Elizabeth was born on Mar 30, 1990 in UK. Chloe Elizabeth's big-screen debut came with in .
Chloe has always been a natural performer and creative, taking singing and dance lessons as a child, as well as taking part in Amateur Dramatics, Dance Schools and School Theatre productions; the stage was were Chloe felt most at home. She also loved creative writing, and took a huge interest in Art from a young age; it was only when Chloe hit her teenage years, that she then started to draw and paint with more skill. Chloe spent most of her time at college, either in the Art room or in the Theatre, rehearsing material.As a young performer, Chloe thrived and excelled as a 'triple threat', which lead her to gaining a place at her 1st choice of school: D&B Performing Arts College, in Bromley, Kent. Chloe trained hard and at the end of her 1st year, was picked to perform in the majority the Graduate Show. It wasn't until towards the end of her 2nd year, where Chloe started to struggle physically, with her training and knew that something was seriously wrong, as she eventually could no longer participate in class without severe and physical exhaustion, alongside the cognitive difficulties she experienced, which unfortunately led to Chloe having no choice but to pull out the school completely, prematurely to her graduate year. Despite feeling completely devastated, for having to abandon her dream career path, during several years of relapsing, left bedridden and severely poorly, Chloe tried her best to remain patient, strong and optimistic, before Doctors and Specialists eventually told Chloe, that she had in fact developed a complex Chronic Illness, called Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Fortunately, Chloe has her health under much better control these days, thanks to her Neurologist and after nearly 15 year's experience, managing it; she lives with a positive and enabling attitude of, "where there is a will, there is a way".Chloe has advocated, on behalf of other chronically ill and disabled artists, expressing openly that society and the Creative Arts industry, in particular, need to keep moving forward, with their 'equality' and 'diversity' movements, and to always include talent from all walks of life and abilities; she hopes to inspire others, to keep following their dreams, no matter what.Since June 2021, Chloe has been cast as a Model/Actress, in many TV/Online Commercials and Multimedia, working for the likes of Must Have Ideas, Costa Coffee, Lumbers Jewellers, Strata Homes, Proverb Skin and more.Chloe was scouted and cast on ITV's Winning Combination (Series 2: Episode 5), as a contestant, where her comedic and expressive nature shone through and made people laugh; it was received positively, despite Chloe not being the biggest quiz enthusiast. Chloe has done lots of Support Artist work, for TV Drama Series and Film Productions, some of which, will air on Sky, Now TV, ITV, BBC, Channel 4 and Netflix.Chloe has also enjoyed working on a couple of short films, as a Lead Actress, in genres such as Horror, Sci-fi/Action and Drama; she has just been cast in character roles for a couple of Feature Films, which are due to start filming this month.The Actress is also an avid singer and has performed professionally at local events and gigs in the East Midlands, as both a solo act and as a lead singer/guitarist of a rock and cover band. Chloe has written her own music over the years, on guitar, but these days she likes singing for her own enjoyment, rather than chasing it as a career.
BirthdayMar 30, 1990
Place of BirthNottingham, UK