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Sevigny's role in the latter caused considerable controversy. Nice , Antibirth , and Lizzie Hotel —16 , and Bloodline — She made her directorial debut in with the short film Kitty. And I never thanked him for doing that. While a child, Sevigny was diagnosed with scoliosis , though she never received any surgical treatment.
While in high school, she often babysat actor Topher Grace and his younger sister. Sevigny described herself as a " loner " and a "depressed teenager" whose only extracurricular activity was occasionally skateboarding with her older brother: I had nothing better to do, so I made my own clothes.
She has said that her father was aware of her experimentation with hallucinogens and marijuana , and even told her that it was okay, but that she had "to stop if she had bad trips ". I think I was very bored I often feel it's because I experimented when I was younger that I have no interest as an adult.
I know a lot of adults who didn't, and it's much more dangerous when you start experimenting with drugs as an adult. As a teenager, Sevigny would occasionally ditch school in Darien and take the train into Manhattan. In , at age 19, Sevigny relocated from her Connecticut hometown to an apartment in Brooklyn , and worked as a seamstress.
Sevigny encountered screenwriter and aspiring director Harmony Korine in Washington Square Park during her senior year of high school in According to Sevigny, she was originally cast in a much smaller role, but ended up replacing Canadian actress Mia Kirshner. Just two days before production began, the leading role went to Sevigny, who was 19 at the time and had no professional acting experience.
Harron tracked Sevigny down to the SoHo clothing store Liquid Sky, where she was working at the time. Sevigny then gave her first audition ever, but ultimately decided to turn down the part;  she would later work with Harron on American Psycho Instead of taking the part in I Shot Andy Warhol, Sevigny starred in and worked as a fashion designer on Gummo ,  directed and written by Harmony Korine, who was romantically involved with Sevigny during filming.
It's been stolen from every Blockbuster in America. It's become a cult film ". After Gummo , Sevigny starred in the neo-noir thriller Palmetto , playing a young Florida kidnapee alongside Woody Harrelson. The film was written and directed by cult director Whit Stillman and details the rise and fall of the Manhattan club scene in the "very early s". You're not directing, she's not performing—it's just real.
High, which tells the true story of the murder of Shanda Sharer ; Sevigny played year-old Laurie Tackett , one of four girls responsible for torturing and murdering year-old Sharer. The Los Angeles Times stated that Sevigny "plays the role with haunting immediacy",  Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun Times stated that "it is Sevigny who provides our entrance into the story"  and Rolling Stone wrote that Sevigny gives a "performance that burns into the memory".
She watched videos of Lana. She just became her very naturally. She's not one of those Hollywood actresses who diets and gets plastic surgery. You never catch her acting. The film, as was its source novel, was controversial because of its depiction of graphic violence and sexuality in an upper-class Manhattan society.
Though it never saw a major theatrical release, it garnered some critical praise; Roger Ebert gave the film his signature thumbs up, referring to it as " Freaks shot by the Blair Witch crew", and continuing to say, "The odds are good that most people will dislike this film and be offended by it.
For others, it will provoke sympathy rather than scorn". James included , whom she had met during her frequent trips to New York City's club scene as a teenager.
Sevigny then obtained a role in Lars von Trier 's parable film Dogville , playing one of the various residents of a small mountain town, alongside Nicole Kidman , Lauren Bacall , and Paul Bettany ; the film received mixed reactions, and was criticized by critics Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper as being "anti-American".
Sevigny played Caitlin Avey, one of Glass' co-editors. In , Sevigny took on the lead female role in the art house film The Brown Bunny , which details a lonely traveling motorcycle racer reminiscing about his former lover. The film achieved notoriety for its final scene, which involves Sevigny performing unsimulated fellatio on star and director Vincent Gallo.
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. I have faith in his aesthetic I try to forgive and forget, otherwise I'd just become a bitter old lady. Despite the backlash toward the film, some critics praised Sevigny's performance; Manohla Dargis of The New York Times said, "Actresses have been asked and even bullied into performing similar acts for filmmakers since the movies began, usually behind closed doors.
Sevigny isn't hiding behind anyone's desk. She says her lines with feeling and puts her iconoclasm right out there where everyone can see it; she may be nuts, but she's also unforgettable. Despite her agency's disapproval of the film and fear that the actress might have forever tarnished her career , she continued on with various projects. Harris alongside Annette Bening and Ben Kingsley. Sevigny then had a major role as a Catholic nun visiting Africa in one of three stories in 3 Needles , an anthology dealing with the prevalence of AIDS in various parts of the world.
Sevigny's performance in the film was praised; Dennis Harvey of Variety called her performance in the film "convincing",  while Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times also referred to Sevigny as "ever-daring and shrewd". In , Sevigny began her five-season run in the HBO television series Big Love , about a family of fundamentalist Mormon polygamists.
She played Nicolette Grant , the conniving, shopaholic daughter of a cult leader and second wife to a polygamist husband, played by Bill Paxton. Sevigny found even more mainstream success with a role in her first big-budget production  as Robert Graysmith 's wife Melanie in David Fincher 's Zodiac , telling the true story of San Francisco's infamous Zodiac Killer.
Sevigny also had a voice part in the independent documentary film, Beautiful Darling , narrating the life of trans woman Warhol superstar Candy Darling through Darling's diaries and personal letters.
The series itself also received nominations in two other categories. They should be helped. They don't even know who the president of the United States is. Club , Sevigny was asked if she felt that the show's message was that polygamy was "wrong". In response, Sevigny stated: I think there are more parallels to gay rights and alternative lifestyles within Big Love —more so than 'Polygamy is wrong'. I think they actually condone people who decide to live this lifestyle outside of fundamentalist sects.
And I didn't want anybody to misunderstand me or think that I wasn't, you know, appreciative. While working on Big Love , Sevigny also landed major roles in two independent comedy films: Barry Munday and Mr. Her role in Mr. Nice , as the wife of British marijuana-trafficker Howard Marks , had Sevigny starring alongside Rhys Ifans ; the film was based on Marks' autobiography of the same name. Nice ;  Barry Munday was picked up for distribution by Magnolia Pictures several months later.
In June , it was announced that Sevigny would be starring in a leading role in M. Blash's second film The Wait , alongside Jena Malone and Luke Grimes ; it is a psychological thriller about two sisters who decide to keep their recently deceased mother in their house after receiving a phone call that she will be resurrected.
The film marks Sevigny's second time working with both Blash and Malone, following 's Lying. Filming began on June 20, , in Sisters, Oregon.
Special Victims Unit on April 18, , and also landed a guest starring role in the second season of American Horror Story , which premiered in October In March , it was announced Sevigny would be returning to American Horror Story , for its fifth season Hotel , as a main cast member.
Also in , Sevigny co-starred in the horse racing drama Lean on Pete , based on the novel by Willy Vlautin. The film also features Kristen Stewart. Sevigny made her directorial debut in with the short film Kitty , which she adapted from Paul Bowle's short story. Sevigny has long been considered a fashion icon and regularly appears alternately on both best and worst-dressed lists. While her sense of style in the early s only reflected small downtown scenes and trends, it still made a significant impression on high class fashion chains which began to emulate Sevigny's look.
Her interest in fashion and clothing, as well as her career as a fashion model in her late teenage years and early twenties, have led to a career as a prominent and well-respected fashion designer.
She has expressed interest in fashion design throughout the entirety of her career, even dating back to her childhood: I would only wear calico print dresses, and I actually slept in one of those little nightcaps! In , she collaborated with Tara Subkoff for the Imitation of Christ collection in New York City, serving as creative director for the series, which was referred to as being "more about performance art and cultural theory than clothes".
In addition, she appeared in the January issue of House and Garden titled "Subversive Spirit", which featured a spread on Sevigny's Manhattan apartment.
In the fall of , Sevigny releaseda collection for the Manhattan boutique , Opening Ceremony;  the collection included both men's, women's, and unisex pieces. Critical reception of her fashion and style has been extensively written about by both designers and fashion stylists and has generally proved favorable. American designer Marc Jacobs wrote of Sevigny in Because not only is she talented, young and attractive, she stands out in a sea of often clichéd looking actresses.
Then there's this place called Studio Wardrobe Department where everything is like three dollars". Sevigny is a practicing Roman Catholic, though she admits that she rebelled against religion as a teenager. She said she began attending church services again after playing a Satan -worshipping teenage murderer in a Off-Broadway production of Hazelwood Junior High , claiming that she became "really disturbed" and "started having nightmares and thinking horrible things.
Sevigny has only had long-term relationships with men, though in she stated to the New York Post Gossip column: Actor Drew Droege has a web series titled Chloë , which features him in drag , doing impersonations of Sevigny. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chloë Sevigny Sevigny in at the premiere of Horror. Actress producer director model fashion designer. I've done it in everyday life.
Everybody's done it, or had it done to them. It was tough, the toughest thing I've ever done, but Vincent was very sensitized to my needs, very gentle.
It was one take. It was funny and awkward—we both laughed quite a bit. And we'd been intimate in the past, so it wasn't so weird. If you're not challenging yourself and taking risks, then what's the point of being an artist? Chloë's not afraid to look different and in looking different, she looks very charismatic. No one in LA gets it.
Her attitude is foreign to this city. She is so not Fred Segal. List of awards and nominations received by Chloë Sevigny. It is the name most commonly used by the press and other media.
Retrieved October 7, The umlaut isn't on my birth certificate. I had this book as a child called Chloë and Maude, and there was an umlaut on the e, and I said, I want that! It's a little flair. Retrieved April 23, The David Letterman Show Interview.
Interviewed by Sevigny, Chloë. Retrieved September 19,
Chloë Sevigny; Sevigny in at the premiere of #Horror. Born: Harron tracked Sevigny down to the SoHo clothing store Liquid Sky, In , Chloe Sevigny was featured as a satellite character, Alexandra, in the TV show Portlandia during its third season on nichapie.ml: November 18, (age 43), Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S. Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony is the perfect embodiment of every quality that makes her the girl crush to end all girl crushes—cool but not bored, sweet but not sugarily so. It was her personal style and way of rocking it that got her noticed in the first place so it’s amazing she doesn’t just design a bunch of weird-but-awesome stuff that only she could pull off. Sep 01, · As the fashion-obsessed flock to New York this week for the semi-annual collections, “Big Love” actress and downtown icon Chloe Sevigny has thrown her hat into the ring, announcing a .