Chloe Heaver

  • Actor
    Female / West Sussex
  • Ethnicity
    Age Range
    26 - 36
    5' 6" (1m 70cm)
    8st. 14lb (57kg)
    Hair Colour
    Eye Colour


YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2015 - 2018Susie
Film (Feature)
Welcome to Curiosity
Ben Pickering
2013 - 2018Leading blonde
Gary Wales
Direct group
2015 - 2016Blonde friend
Film (Feature)
Brash Young Turks
Naeem Mahmood & Ash Mahmood
Transient Film Exchange
Film (Short)
You Love me
Gez medinger
Chrome Productions
The Hothose
Stephen Brockelhurst & roopesh Parekh
Hothouse Productions
Murdered to death
Maggie Baxter
Frant pantomime & dramatic society
2008Evil sister
Lorca's Yerma
Georgina Lamb
  • Additional Skills

    Shot gun and Rifle firearms licence.

    competes show horses,English and side-saddle.


    Class 2 driving licence

    Additional Information

    Private 1 on 1 acting and dialect coaching with a top team of industry known professionals.

    About me



    An actor and championship-winning horse rider, Chloe Heaver adapts easily

    to her audience, whether on set at Pinewood Studios or in a riding arena. Highly

    recommended by directors, Chloe is an observant and imaginative actor, whose work

    spans many genres. Her repertoire of accents includes American, RP, Northern,

    Somerset County and London Cockney.


    Chloe Heaver was born on 16 February 1989. Growing up in the West Sussex

    countryside in a family that competes show horses, her performances are as

    spellbinding in the riding arena as they are on the small and silver screens. An

    accomplished championship-winning rider, Chloe honed her performing skills in

    showing horses before falling in love with acting, aged 13. Two years later she graced

    the stage in Georgina Lamb's production of Garcia Lorca's Yerma, playing an old

    spinster at the West Sussex County Theatre. Her fascination with all facets of theatre

    led to stellar results in Drama at school.

    Blessed with a face for film, however, Chloe was soon persuaded to act on

    screen. Finding a new medium in which to showcase her talents, she enrolled in

    acting classes with a team of professional tutors in London. Having played a wide

    range of characters, from junkies to free-loving hippies, she has been described as a

    thoughtful and observant actor, and praised for her ability to assume diverse roles

    without an ounce of self-consciousness. A highly recommended actor, Chloe brings a

    breath of fresh air to any script. The director Stephen Brocklehurst recalls her ability

    to make scenes 'far better than they were written' on the pilot episode of the TV

    series The Hot House (2010), in which she plays one of the lead roles.

    Naturally chameleon-like, Chloe's looks adapt to all stereotypes and genres,

    from classical to punk, or from pretty to cutting-edge. She instinctively adjusts her

    performances to suit the characters being played. Yet, despite her phenomenal ability

    to assume any role with ease, Chloe has also been described as down-to-earth on set,

    and 'a genuine pleasure to work with'.

    In addition to horse riding, in which she rides in the English classic style as

    well as sidesaddle, Chloe is also skilled at snowboarding, and possesses shotgun and

    rifle licences. Her many talents are not restricted to physical pursuits, however, as she

    is also able to slip seamlessly into a range of accents, including American, RP,

    Northern, Somerset County and London Cockney. Her fascination with the history of

    the American accent, for example, proves her commitment when it comes to

    researching a character, down to the very smallest detail. Despite this, she is gracious

    when receiving constructive criticism, recognising it as an integral part of the

    collaborative process.

    Inspired by actors like Keira Knightley, Chloe brings a little bit of herself to

    all of her roles, complementing the characters she plays. Warm and amiable off-set,

    Chloe's intensity on camera is carefully controlled, and she makes the most complex

    of characters easy on the eye. Despite her many talents and accomplishments, it is this

    very essence of performance - this ability to act like she isn't acting at all - that makes

    Chloe Heaver's star shine brightly.

  • Skills

    Skin Colour
    • White
    Driving Licences
    • Standard
    Native accent
    • English
    DBS checked
    • Yes (within last 12 months)
    Character Types
    • Free-spirited
    • Geeky
    • Mischievous
    • Professional
    • Wholesome
    Interested in
    • Comedy
    • Film (Professional)
    • Presenting
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Accents (UK)
    • Devon
    • Dorset
    • Hull
    • Manchester
    • Northern England
    • Northern Irish
    • RP
    • Somerset
    • Yorkshire
    Experienced In
    • Comedy
    • Corporate
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Modelling
    • Panto
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • TV