Chloë is an actor and voiceover artist of Australian and Austrian background working in theatre, film and TV. She is currently based in Sydney, where she graduated from the Actors College of Theatre & Television (ACTT) in 2007.

Her theatre credits include The Serpent’s Teeth directed by Kristine Landon-Smith at the King’s Cross Theatre, Sydney Fringe Festival show How To Change The World And Make Bank Doing It (Becker/Warwick), Kiss of the Gallery Guard (Scene Theatre Sydney), Through These Lines (TurnAround Productions), Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Luciana in The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare by the Sea), Julius Caesar (Anthony Skuse), W;t and Cosi (New Theatre), Mongrels and Roberto Zucco (ACTT).

Chloë’s short film and TV experience includes roles in TV/web series Watch With Mother (The Glue Society), TV series Deadly Women and Out of the Blue, award-winning short film Shift by James Croke, Taser (Chesterfilm), Sarah Sloane: The Rash (Curl Co Productions), Painful Poetry (Santa Shorts Productions) and The Truth, Deep End and Boss Assassins (AFTRS).

Her voiceover work includes corporate, commercial, narrative and character voiceover in English and German, as well as IVR. Chloë is currently the voice of the Amaysim Mobile customer service hotline.

Chloë’s writing includes a monologue Tampax? which she performed at the Storyteller Festival 2019, a short play Playing Dirty performed at Short & Sweet 2005 as well as English translations of German plays Threesome Without Simone performed at ATYP and I’m Sorry Dad But I Have To, published in Germany in 2011.

The Serpent’s Teeth KXT – Photo by Clare Hawley


January 2020 – Rehearsals start for Life is Impossible, a new Australian play, produced by subtlenuance at The Old 505 Theatre from 18 to 23 February. Book tickets here!

September 2019 – Short film shoot for Joy in Sutherland, playing the lead character’s foster sister.