“My mom says, ‘You’re young, don’t ride yourself that hard.’ She wants me to make less movies. But I’ve averaged three to four a year for the last six years now, and I get bored otherwise.”
On Working with her Mother and Brother on their Production Company:
“As an actor, I suppose [I’m the boss], but we’re on the same level on the producing side. I’m never bossy,though; it’s so unconducive to creativity.”
Chloe then jokes, “And anyway, it would never work out because I’m a girl. Girls can’t act that way in this business.”
On Living in Los Angeles:
“LA can be a hard place. There are a lot of temptations, which can take people down.”
On Her Friends:
“I’ve only got one real friend that I trust. But I’m cool with that. She’s totally normal, goes to college.”
On Dating as an Actor:
“They’ve seen you in sex scenes in movies, they know what you look like crying, and they can read your interviews and know your favorite bands so it feels like they have all this in common with you… Happens a lot. I’ll think, ‘How are we vibing so hard right now?’ Then I realize, and I don’t care anymore, I just go back to work.”
Read more from Chloe’s interview here!
You can also catch her in her new movie Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising when it hits theatres TOMORROW (May 20)!