Chloë Sevigny Biography
A native of Springfield, Massachusetts, United States, Chloë Sevigny is a famous American fashion designer, filmmaker, actress, and model. Known for her work in independent films, often appearing in controversial or experimental features, Sevigny is the recipient of several accolades, including an Independent Spirit Award, a Satellite Award, and a Golden Globe Award, as well as nominations for three Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Academy Award.
Chloë Sevigny Age
Sevigny is 47 years old as of 2021. He was born on 18 November 1974 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 18 November every year.
Chloë Sevigny Height
Sevigny stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches(1.73 m) tall and weighs 59 kg(130 lb).
Chloë Sevigny Education
Sevigny went to Darien High School and she was a member of the Alternative Learning Program. After graduating from high school, she found work as a model and appeared in music videos for Sonic Youth and The Lemonheads, which helped acquire her “it girl” status.
Chloë Sevigny Family
Sevigny is the daughter of the late Harold David Sevigny and Janine Malinowski. She has a brother, Paul Sevigny, a Disc-jockey.
Chloë Sevigny Boyfriend
Sevigny is in a long-term relationship with Sinisa Mackovic, an artist and the director of the Karma Art Gallery in New York City. She disclosed in January 2020 that, she was expecting her first child with her boyfriend. She was dating Matt McAuley, a member of her brother’s band ARE Weapons, dating for almost 8 years.
Chloë Sevigny Net Worth
Sevigny has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars.
Chloë Sevigny Lizzie
Sevigny was cast as Lizzie Borden, Emma’s sister, Abby’s stepdaughter, and Andrew’s daughter in the 2018 American biographical thriller film Lizzie. One day, Bridget Sullivan, an Irish immigrant, moves in to act as a servant at the Borden residence. Lizzie attends an opera that night, and during the set, has a convulsion.
She and Bridget quickly develop a tight bond after she recuperates, as Lizzie seeks to offer formal education to the illiterate Bridget. The household is interrupted on many occasions by trespassers and written threats which Lizzie believes are related to the recent acquisition of land by her father.
Angered at the apparent theft, Andrew unleashes his rage by killing Lizzie’s pet pigeons, which he has packed for dinner with Bridget. One morning, after receiving a letter from Ireland announcing the death of her mother, Bridget is distressed.
Late that night, Lizzie catches her father sexually harassing Bridget in the attic servants ‘ quarters. Lizzie smashes a hand mirror in her bedroom and sprinkles the glass on the stairs, causing Andrew to cut his foot while leaving.
The bond between Lizzie and Bridget grows ever tighter, and with Bridget in a place to write, the two letters leave each other around the room. The next day, August 4, the bodies of Andrew and Abby, both bludgeoned with a hatchet, are discovered in the house.
Law enforcement immediately assumes that Lizzie is involved, even though Emma declares innocence to her sister. Lizzie is officially charged with both murders and is awaiting a closed jury.
Bridget visits Lizzie in jail and tells her she never wants to speak to her again until boarding a Montana train. Bridget gives a doctored telegram to Abby, notifying her of the illness of a relative. As Abby runs into her room to prepare for her departure, Lizzie bludgeons her face and head with a hatchet several times. Bridget is sickened by the noises and vomits from outside the washing windows.
Lizzie cleans and redresses herself. When Andrew returns she asks him to collect fruit outside. Meanwhile, Bridget undresses Andrew in the den and threatens him, armed with a hatchet, but hesitates. Lizzie re-enters the house and, seeing the resistance of Bridget, takes off her hatchet and kills Andrew herself.
Afterward, Lizzie butchers a pigeon with the assassination knife, smearing it with the bird’s blood before sawing off the blade and burying it in the basement pail. For the remainder of her life, Bridget lives in Montana where she finally dies, aged 82.
Chloë Sevigny Modelling
As a teenager, Sevigny would sometimes ditch school in Darien and take the train into Manhattan. In 1992, at age 17, she was spotted on an East Village street by Andrea Linett, a fashion editor of Sassy magazine, who was so ingrained by her style that she asked her to model for the magazine; she was later made an intern.
When repeating the event, Sevigny recalled that Linett “just liked the hat I was wearing.” She thereafter modeled in the magazine as well as for X-Girl, the associate fashion label of the Beastie Boys’ “X-Large”, designed by Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, which she followed with an impression in the music video for Sonic Youth’s “Sugar Kane”.
In 1993, at age 19, she migrated from her Connecticut hometown to an apartment in Brooklyn and worked as a seamstress. During that time, author Jay McInerney spotted her around New York City and wrote a seven-page article about her for The New Yorker in which he dubbed her the new “it girl” and directed her as one of the “coolest girls in the world.”She later emerged on the album cover of Gigolo Aunts’ 1994 recording Flippin’ Out and the EP Full-On Bloom, as well as in a Lemonheads music video which also improved her standing on New York’s early 1990s subsurface scene.
Chloë Sevigny American Horror Story
Sevigny was cast as Shelley, one of the more troublesome patients at Briarcliff Manor in the second season of the American anthology horror television series American Horror Story. Nymphomania was diagnosed by Shelley. At age 5 she began masturbating. By pressuring her to wear mittens, her mother attempted to curb this activity. She was so happy to touch herself, that she was unable to resist.
Eventually, she ran away to live a life full of fast jazz and met a bass player she finally married. However, her husband wanted her to stay at home and be a doting wife while he blatantly cheated on her with other women after their joy died down.
She took payback by having sex with two sailors from the Navy which her husband discovered. In revenge, he reported to police her supposed “nymphomania,” and arranged for her to be locked up in Briarcliff. Unlike Grace, Sister Jude proves to be a challenge, sometimes referred to as the adversary of the disciplinarian.
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