|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Profession||Model, Actor, Fashion designer, Spokesperson|
|Date of Birth||Nov 18, 1974 (47 years old)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
Chloe Sevigny Net Worth:
How much is Chlo Sevigny Net worth and what is her annual salary?
Chloe Sevigny is an American actress, model, and fashion designer with a ten-million-dollar net worth. Chlo Sevigny is well-known for her roles in several indie films. After making her debut in the controversial 1995 film “Kids,” she subsequently appeared in incendiary films such as “Boys Don’t Cry,” “American Psycho,” “demonlover,” “Dogville,” and “The Brown Bunny.” Sevigny has been in the television series “Big Love,” “Hit & Miss,” “American Horror Story,” and “Bloodline.”
Chlo Sevigny was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on November 18, 1974 as the second child of Janine and Harold; her brother is called Paul, and her parents are of Polish-American and French-Canadian origin. The brothers were nurtured in a strict Catholic environment in the wealthy Connecticut coastal town of Darien. Growing up, Sevigny regularly attended theater camp and acted in YMCA-sponsored productions. As a kid, she attended Darien High School and worked as a tennis court sweeper at a country club. During her adolescent years, Sevigny was a recluse who frequently experimented with hallucinogens.
Career Beginnings in Modeling
Sevigny was seen by the fashion editor of Sassy magazine, Andrea Linett, in 1992, when she skipped school in Darien to fly to New York. Linett hired Sevigny as an intern for her newspaper after being impressed by her flair. Sevigny subsequently modeled for Sassy and the X-Girl fashion company. In 1993, she relocated from Darien to Brooklyn and began working as a seamstress to make ends meet. During this time, she was observed by novelist Jay McInerney, who later praised her beauty in a seven-page New Yorker story. Following this, Sevigny appeared in the music video for the Lemonheads’ song “Big Gay Heart” and on the cover of the Gigolo Aunts’ EP “Full-On Bloom.”
Career Breakthroughs in Film
At 1993, during her final year of high school, Sevigny met budding filmmaker Harmony Korine in Washington Square Park. In 1995, Sevigny made her acting debut in Harmony Korine’s coming-of-age picture “Kids,” which marked their friendship. For her portrayal of an HIV-positive adolescent, she was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female. Following this, Sevigny appeared in “Trees Lounge” by Steve Buscemi. She reconnected with Harmony Korine in 1997 for his film “Gummo,” for which she also designed the costumes. Sevigny then appeared in the neo-noir thriller “Palmetto” by Volker Schlondorff and the drama “The Last Days of Disco” by Whit Stillman. In 1999, she got her first global hit with her portrayal of Lana Tisdel in “Boys Don’t Cry,” a biographical drama starring Hilary Swank as transgender man Brandon Teena. Sevigny was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal, which drew widespread praise.
Continue Film Career
In the same year she gained acclaim for “Boys Don’t Cry,” Chlo Sevigny also featured in “Julien Donkey-Boy” and “A Map of the World” by Harmony Korine and Scott Elliott, respectively. She played opposite Connie Nielsen and Charles Bering in Olivier Assayas’ neo-noir thriller “demonlover” alongside Connie Nielsen in 2002. 2003 was one of Sevigny’s most productive years, as she appeared in five films, including “Party Monster,” “Death of a Dynasty,” “Shattered Glass,” and “Dogville” by Lars von Trier. However, her most talked-about performance of the year was in Vincent Gallo’s “The Brown Bunny,” in which she performed unsimulated fellatio on the film’s director and lead actor. Sevigny then appeared in “Melinda and Melinda,” “Manderlay,” “Broken Flowers,” “3 Needles,” “Lying,” “Sisters,” “Zodiac,” “The Killing Room,” and “My Son, My Son, What Have You Done?”
In the beginning of the 2010s, Sevigny played minor roles in “Barry Munday” and “Mr. Nice.” After “Lovelace,” she appeared in “The Wait,” “Little Accidents,” “Electric Slide,” and “Horror.” In 2016, Sevigny returned with writer-director Whit Stillman for the Jane Austen adaption “Love & Friendship,” in which she portrayed Lady Susan Vernon’s outspoken companion. She subsequently appeared in a variety of films, such as the body-horror film “Antibirth,” the dramedies “Golden Exits” and “Beatriz at Dinner,” the coming-of-age drama “Lean on Pete,” and the psychological thriller “The Snowman.” In the 2018 historical thriller “Lizzie,” Sevigny played the title character, axe murderer Lizzie Borden. “Love is Blind,” “The Dead Don’t Die,” “The True Adventures of Wolfboy,” “Queen & Slim,” and “Slow Machine” are among her latter credits.
In 2000, Sevigny made her television debut in the HBO made-for-television film “If These Walls Could Talk 2.” Later, in 2005, she played a supporting part in “Mrs. Harris,” a television film starring Annette Bening, Ben Kingsley, and Cloris Leachman. From 2006 through 2011, Sevigny portrayed Nicolette Grant, the second wife of a polygamist husband, on the HBO series “Big Love,” which was her most prominent role to date. In the 2012 British drama “Hit & Miss,” she portrayed a transgender contact murderer in her next lead role. She had a recurring part in the second season of the horror anthology series “American Horror Story” in the same year.
Since 2013, Sevigny has been in a variety of recurring and lead roles. She portrayed Alexandra in nine episodes of “Portlandia,” Christina in six episodes of “The Mindy Project,” and Detective Catherine Jensen in 2014 on A&E’s “Those Who Kill.” Sevigny portrayed Chelsea O’Bannon on the Netflix series “Bloodline” from 2015 to 2017. During this period, she portrayed Dr. Alex Lowe in the fifth season of “American Horror Story.” The limited series “The Act” and “We Are Who We Are” both featured Sevigny in leading roles.
In 2018, Sevigny began dating Sinia Makovi, the director of an art gallery in Serbia. The pair wed in 2020 and had a kid called Vanja shortly thereafter.
In 2006, Chloe paid $1,2 million for a New York City condominium. This apartment was sold in 2013 for $1.85 million.
In 2013, she spent $2 million for a Brooklyn, New York, apartment. In 2016, she sold this apartment for $2.75 million.