“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
• BAMcinemaFest on June 25th
• Commons & Sense (Japan) issue #48
• Grazia (France) April 30th 2015
• Harper's Bazaar (US) June/July 2015
• Interview (US) April 2015
• Marfa Journal (US) issue #3
• Marie Claire (UK) June 2015
• MUSE Magazine (Italy) S/S 2015
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• Self Service (France) S/S 2015
• Status (Philippines) May 2015
• Sunday Life (Australia) April 26th 2015
• The Edit (US) April 9th 2015
• Vogue (UK) May 2015
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• Movies •
Director: Tara Subkoff
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director: Danny Perez
Black Dog, Red Dog
Premiered at Sundance FF 2014.
Director: NYU students
Available on iTunes and VOD.
Director: Tristan Patterson
Genre: Bio, Crime, Drama
Out on DVD and VOD.
Director: Sara Colangelo
Role: Kendra Briggs
Love & Friendship
Director: Whit Stillman
Genre: Period drama
• Television •
American Horror Story: Hotel
Coming October 2015.
Genre: Horror, Drama
Network: FX Networks
Season 1 on Netflix.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Role: Chelsea O'Bannon
Pilot begins filming April in LA.
Role: Brandy Sommers
Pilot pending update from Amazon.
Role: Vicky Frazier
Those Who Kill
Canceled by A&E.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Network: A&E, Lifetime
Role: Catherine Jensen
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Terrific article and interview with Chloë Sevigny from The Darien Times, in which Chloë talks about among other things accepting her first ever Golden Globe at the 2010 ceremony, growing up in Darien and her relationship with her family. Full article under the cut.
Chloë Sevigny: Darien native on Golden Globes, Big Love, Weed Beach renovations and teenage rebellions
If actress and former Darienite Chloë Sevigny turned on the television this past Sunday night, she probably felt a variety of emotions.
Not only was it the kick-off of her fifth and final season of her HBO series Big Love, but it was also the night of the Golden Globe Awards — where last year, Sevigny won for best supporting actress in a drama for her role on the show.
Sevigny, also an Academy Award nominee, talked to The Darien Times earlier this month about her hometown, her hopes for a movie that will be her “star vehicle,” the end of Big Love and why, both personally and professionally, she thinks the best is yet to come.
Sitting in a cafe in Manhattan’s East Village, the neighborhood she calls home when not filming, Sevigny recalled last year’s Golden Globe ceremony.
“I couldn’t sleep for a week before,” she said.
Not only was she nervous about the outcome, she said, but almost more nervous to win. Why?
“I have stage fright — even if I have a prepared speech. Especially in that room?” she said.
Interesting article and interview with Chloë Sevigny from The Guardian, in which she talks a lot about herself as well as her film work. It’s an honest article with some really nice, candid quotations from Chloë on both her career and her life in general. Full article under the cut.
Chloë Sevigny: The Interview
In the identikit world of the Hollywood leading lady, Chloë Sevigny defies convention. Her quirky looks, iconic sense of style and fearless approach to acting have made her the often controversial queen of the indie movie. Here she reveals why she regrets nothing.
Chloë Sevigny’s laugh is deep and honking, like a seal drunk on punch. Once I’ve heard it, I’m slightly preoccupied with the thought of hearing it again. First laugh: at the image of the “right man” eventually falling into her lap, “Like: ‘Whoops!'” Second laugh: the thought of asking sex advice from her mother, Janine. Third: remembering Jay McInerney following her round Manhattan like a smell, researching the seven-page New Yorker profile of Sevigny, then 19, where he wrote that she was “the coolest girl in the world”, the phrase that was, in turn, to follow her round for the rest of her life.