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"The umlaut isn't on my birth certificate. I had this book as a child called Chloë and Maude, and there was an umlaut on the e, and I said, I want that! It's a little flair. Just to confuse people even more. People always come up to me and say, Oh, you're Chloë Se-VIG-ny, right? Sevigny. Number seven, letter e."
— From Esquire, January 2009

3/20: PaleyFest LA 2016
3/30: "Rock Paper Scissors" Art Auction

Nylon (US) December 2015/January 2016
PAPER (US) Winter 2015
Purple Fashion (France) Spring/Summer 2016
Sneeze (US) issue 26
V (US) issue 99
W (US) February 2016

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Official Site:
Instagram: chloessevigny
Twitter: OfficialChloeS

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• Movies •

Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tara Subkoff
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Role: Alex Cox


Premiered at Sundance FF 2016.
Director: Danny Perez
Genre: Horror
Role: Sadie

Electric Slide

Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tristan Patterson
Genre: Bio, Crime, Drama
Role: Charlotte


Coming soon to Refinery29.
Director: Chloë Sevigny (debut)
Genre: Short Film
Role: N/A

Little Accidents

Out on DVD and VOD.
Director: Sara Colangelo
Genre: Drama
Role: Kendra Briggs

Look Away

In post-production.
Director: Monty Whitebloom
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Role: Carolyn

Love & Friendship

Premiered at Sundance FF 2016.
Director: Whit Stillman
Genre: Period Drama
Role: Alicia Johnson

Slow Machine

Director: Paul Felten, Joe DeNardo
Genre: Comedy
Role: Chloë (cameo)

The Dinner

Filming in New York City.
Director: Oren Moverman
Genre: Drama
Role: TBA

Untitled Lizzie Borden Project

Director: Pieter Van Hees
Genre: Bio, Thriller
Role: Lizzie Borden

• Television •
American Horror Story: Hotel

Reruns on FX.
Genre: Horror, Drama
Network: FX Networks
Role: Alex Lowe


Season 2 filming.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Network: Netflix
Role: Chelsea O'Bannon

Dr. Del

Pilot; in post-production.
Genre: Drama
Network: TBD
Role: Brandy Sommers

The Cosmopolitans

Pilot; pending update from Amazon.
Genre: Comedy
Network: Amazon
Role: Vicky Frazier

• Other •

Chloë Sevigny book
Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony
No Time for Love zine

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Currently online

Holy smokes, what a crazy two weeks it’s been. We’ve barely been able to keep up…! :)

Well, Sundance Film Festival may be over for the year, but we’re not done yet. Check out these amazing sets of Chloë Sevigny portraits photographed for various online publications at the many studios at the festival. Special thanks to Kate Beckinsale Daily for sending in some better-res versions of what we’d already collected so far. :) Enjoy!

Update: Big, big thanks to Jessica Lange Daily for sending in another batch of better quality pics! ^_^

New Photo Albums:

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Terrific interview with Chloë Sevigny and Natasha Lyonne from the Sundance Film Festival “A Drink With” Acura Studio. The full story on the A Drink With website.

New Photo Albums:

Appearances in 2016 > “A Drink With” at Acura Studio at Sundance Film Festival 2016 on Jan 25

Chloë Sevigny is featured in the newest issue of Purple Fashion.

Photographed by Olivier Zahm, Chloë appears in a multi-page “special Gucci story” in the Spring/Summer 2016 issue (i.e. issue 25) of the magazine. Check out the first photo from the feature courtesy of Purple:

Purple Fashion Spring/Summer 2016 is available for purchase online on the Purple website. Need we say more? :)

New Photo Albums:

Photoshoots in 2016 > Photoshoot #020

Watch Chloë Sevigny, Kate Beckinsale and director Whit Stillman discuss the making of Love & Friendship at the Variety Fandango Studio at Sundance Film Festival:

Watch Chloë Sevigny, Natasha Lyonne and director Danny Perez discuss their new film Antibirth in the Variety Fandango Studio at Sundance Film Festival last week:

Well, the first reviews from Sundance Film Festival are in for Danny Perez’s Antibirth starring Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny — and they’re good!

Although frequently described as a wild, psychedelic ride that is both to the film’s credit and detriment, most critics at the festival seem to have taken to Perez’s style and direction, and Natasha Lyonne’s lead as the drug-ridden Lou has been especially commended. Here’s an overview of the reviews so far.

Kim Newman, Screen Daily:

Antibirth is intentionally ramshackle and hallucinatory as storytelling, seen through the viewpoint of characters who are mostly too stoned to concentrate – but it’s also highly crafted and unsettling. […] Lyonne is vulgar, vulnerable and grotesque throughout, peeling off alien skin patches and gamely waddling into confrontations. Sevigny and Tilly — in her first major screen role in two decades, returning perhaps to the timbre of her work in Abel Ferrara’s Body Snatchers (1993) — are unusual supporting characters and add value. As befits a film which indicts men’s control over women’s bodies, Antibirth gives these actresses much more to work with than the usual heroines and femmes fatales of horror. […] A seam of good character acting runs through the outrageous horror, and the promising Perez works hard to ground the flights of fancy in credible low-life excesses.

Monica Castillo, Tribeca:

One part horror homage and three parts anti-drug PSA, the strange film mixes a small cast with a monster pregnancy, alien abductions, covert operatives, and a dynamite performance from NYC’s own Natasha Lyonne (currently starring in Netflix’s Orange is the New Black). […] It almost isn’t fair how forcefully Natasha Lyonne steals the movie right from under everyone else in the frame. She’s at ease with the blood and guts and looks to be having fun with her foul-mouthed persona. Lyonne digs her heels into Lou’s growing belly problems, really milking an extended confrontation with a giant blister. Indie cinema queen, and Lyonne’s NYC counterpart, Chloë Sevigny plays Lou’s party monster partner-in-crime to great effect. […] Like its leading lady, Antibirth is a messy but fun watch. Perez channels his background as a music video director to keep the movie flowing and taking creative detours to thwart your expectations.

Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian:

The timeline, like the whole movie, is hazy, and Perez does a great job of mixing blasts of colour, unexplained slow motion and weird sound design to reflect his protagonist’s state of mind. […] The stream-of-consciousness plotting mixed with Lyonne’s deadpan delivery will make for a constant ripple of chuckles, even if it’s unclear if anyone involved in this film actually knows what’s going on. Perez’ style is like a less-serious David Lynch, which is a nice comparison for a first-timer. Not all of his scenes nail that eerie surrealism, but he’s got a knack for a well-placed prop and the right timing for a dopey gag to come in and pop the balloon of suspense.

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