CHLOE SIMONE CRAWFORD is a born and bred New Yorker.
She began her acting career at the age of 4 and continued to pursue it by majoring in Drama, lead by Arian Moayed at the Professional Performing Arts School, and being advised by Shona Tucker while studying Drama, French and English at Vassar College. She has taken time off from her degree to seriously pursue her acting career.
Having formerly been represented by Generation TV/Generation MM, as a kid she landed roles in commercials for Lowe’s , Papa John’s , a co-star in Law and Order: SVU, a spread in Parent’s Magazine, and a trademark show at the Javits Center.
For the past two years she has successfully landed roles in shows at off-off Broadway theaters such as the TANK and Theater for the New City, two IGTV shows; Dying Swan and #Ghostedlife as well as a the lead in five Indie shorts, and a non-speaking role in Netflix's To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before franchise.
Frustrated by the lack of diverse roles and opportunities afforded to black female actors, Chloe is currently working on her first original feature screenplay, mentored by screenwriter Michael J P Reilly, and hopes to sell and begin pre-production by 2023.