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Date of Birth 25 June 1956Greenwich Village, New York, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Chloe Webb studied at the Boston Conservatory of Drama and Music. She wrote for and acted in the New York Comedy review "Forbidden Broadway". Won New York Film Critics and National Society of Film Critics awards for her film debut role as drug addict Nancy Spungen in the cult classic Sid and Nancy (1986). Appeared a year later opposite Brian Dennehy in The Belly of an Architect (1987). She played the role of Louisa Kracklite. Other notable film credits include: Twins (1988), A Dangerous Woman (1993), Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City (1993), She's So Lovely (1997) and Practical Magic (1998).

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Early work in improvisational comedy. Was an original member of Gerard Alessandrini's hilariously musical satire "Forbidden Broadway," creating devastating song parodies on everyone from Andrea McArdle and Mary Martin to Carol Channing and Angela Lansbury. The show started in cabaret form in December of 1981 and made it to off-Broadway in 1982.
Born in Greenwhich Village, New York; raised in Syracuse, New York.
Studied at the Boston Conservatory of Music and Drama. Trained in voice technique by Dr. David Fairchild who graduated from Syracuse Univ.
Won several Los Angeles based stage acting awards: Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Dramalogue Award for "The Model Apartment" (1988) and a Drama-Logue Award for "The House of Blue Leaves" (1987).

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