Friday, November 25, 2022

Chloë Sevigny: "Evening Standard"

Actress Chloë Sevigny ("Boys Don't Cry") poses for the latest issue of "Evening Standard" magazine, photographed by Petra Collins:

Sevigny first appeared in music videos for 'Sonic Youth' and 'The Lemonheads'. In 1995, she made her feature film debut in "Kids" with roles in small-scale features including "Trees Lounge" (1996). 

Sevigny played 'Lana Tisdel' in the drama film "Boys Don't Cry" (1999), earning an Oscar nomination for 'Best Supporting Actress'. 

Sevigny then appeared in numerous independent films, including "American Psycho" (2000), "Demonlover" (2002), "Party Monster" (2003), "Dogville" (2003) and "The Brown Bunny" (2004). 

From 2006 to 2011, Sevigny portrayed 'Nicolette Grant' on the HBO series "Big Love", winning a Golden Globe Award for 'Best Supporting Actress' in 2010. She also appeared in mainstream films including "Zodiac (2007) and the biopic "Mr. Nice" (2010). 

Sevigny went on to appear in TV projects "Hit & Miss" (2012), "Portlandia" (2013), two seasons of "American Horror Story" (2015) and Netflix series "Bloodline" (2017). She also played 'Lizzie Borden' in the thriller "Lizzie: (2018), followed by a lead role in the hotror comedy "The Dead Don't Die" (2019). 

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