6. Trevor, by the way, is still Chloe’s acting coach; in fact, she credits him with being the reason her work is so astonishing. “The way I like to put it is, it’s like a painting,” she once said. “I draw the outline, and he fills it in and makes it perfect.”
7. Later on, the family relocated to Los Angeles for her father’s plastic surgery practice. This ended up being exactly what Chloe needed to jump into the entertainment industry full-time—she landed her first professional gig in 2004, when she played Violet in two episodes of the television show The Guardian.
8. Chloe’s first big screen role was Chelsea Lutz in the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror—but she wasn’t actually allowed to see it when it came out. She was six when she made it; although she was eight when it finally came out, she was deemed young to watch it at the premiere. She still put in appearance on the red carpet, though!
9. She doesn’t let her friends visit her on set and she doesn’t bring them to premieres. “It’s a different head zone,” she explained. “When I’m on set, I’m working. When I’m just with my friends, I can just hang out, do normal stuff and generally be a complete idiot.”
10. Chloe’s style inspirations include… her mother! “She has some of the best clothes ever,” the actress once gushed. “She has some of the best clothes ever. There’s this insane red blazer from the ‘80s—it is literally the chicest thing.”
Above: Chloe as the vampire Abby in ‘Let Me In.’
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