Chloe used to babysit actor Topher Grace, who had a crush on her as a kid. They come from the same town in Connecticut.
Chloe is 5' 8" (1.73 m) tall. She wears a size 8 shoe.
Chloe appeared in a TV commercial for Independent Film Channel in 2000.
Chloe insisted to the producers of Big Love that she would not go nude on the show during its second season run. There were some scenes in season one where she exposed her breasts.
Chloe is Roman Catholic and is of Polish descent.
Chloe appeared in the HBO TV-movies If These Walls Could Talk 2 in 2000 and Mrs. Harris in 2005.
Chloe's theatrical credits include Hazelwood Jr. High in 1998 and What the Butler Saw in 2000. Both were presented in New York City.
In 2000 Chloe was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar, Golden Globe, and SAG award for the movie Boys Don't Cry.
In May 2007, Chloe revealed she enjoyed taking hallucinogenic drugs when she was younger, and was treated in rehab after being sent there by her parents. She also revealed she would not try cocaine, for fear of having a heart attack.
Chloe has modeled for a number of top designers and brands such Louis Vuitton and H & M.
After the release of The Brown Bunny the William Morris Agency dropped her as a client, claiming the scene made her unmarketable. But she quickly signed with another agency and continued her career.
Chloe made her film debut in the controversial 1995 feature Kids.
In Feb 2004, Chloe became a spokeperson for the MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam campaign.
Chloe's brother Paul Sevigny is a well-known New York City DJ. Her father H. David Sevigny, an accountant and painter, died of cancer in 1996. Her mother's name is Janine Sevigny.
Chloe: Being eco-friendly makes you feel good about yourself. Who cares if people call you a hippy.
Chloe: (on taking hallucinogenic drugs when she was younger) I had a great family life - I would never want it to look as if it reflected on them. I think I was just very bored. And I did just love taking hallucinogens. I probably shouldn't promote that. But I often feel it's because I experimented when I was younger that I have no interest as an adult.
Chloe: I am most proud of my integrity and least proud of my cynicism.
Chloe: I think Kids will open a lot of young girls' eyes. I've heard those lines, "I really care about you," fed to me so many times. "You're the only one. I want to be with you," and this and that. And I think it's really hard for a lot of girls to say "No" if they don't want to have sex.
Chloe: I'm kind of sick of being in this independent movie rut that I've been in for a while. Not that I regret it - it's fine, but I want to make movies more people can watch. It can be really frustrating when people don't see your work.
Chloe: My father used to work in New York, and when I was a little girl, he'd bring me into the city about once a month and we'd go to Saks. We couldn't stay away from there. All the women in the girls' department there knew me. [laughs] That's when my infatuation with New York began.
Chloe: I still see myself as on the fringe. Whenever I go to a Hollywood party, I feel like it's some sort of a secret club I haven't been invited to yet.
Chloe: I like to take risks in my career and try different things.
Chloe: I like to think that I'm a nice girl, but I was very angry growing up in Darien [Conn.]. The girls were very nasty. It was like, "Your dad drives a Honda; you're poor. My dad drives a BMW."
Chloe: I've never been in a film that was released in every mall across America.
Chloe: I shaved my head when I was 17. I sold it for $500 to a famous Broadway wigmaker. My mother and my brother were so thrilled because my hair had always been so greasy and I always wore it in my face.
Chloe: For some reason the public has embraced me as a fashion icon, and I feel like it has diminished me as an actress, or I don't get as much recognition as an actress, and that upsets me.
Chloe: (on the oral sex scene in "The Brown Bunny") I knew people would not understand it. It's a shame people write so many things when they haven't seen it. When you see the film, it makes more sense. It's an art film. It should be playing in museums. It's like an Andy Warhol movie.
Chloe: I've always made films that are sort of avant-garde-y or whatever you call it.
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