Chloe Maxwell

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Chloe Maxwell
Matt Rogers and Chloe Maxwell 2012.jpg
Mat Rogers & Chloe Maxwell (2012)
Born (1976-07-06) 6 July 1976 (age 42)
ResidenceGold Coast, Queensland
OccupationModel, television presenter
Mat Rogers (m. 2008)

Chloe Maxwell (born 6 July 1976) is an Australian television presenter[1] and model who appeared as the "Jeans West Girl" in a Jeans West campaign. She was discovered by chance during an A Current Affair story featuring a model recruiter who claimed they could pick a model just by looking at them.[2]


Maxwell started her modelling career as a "Jeanswest girl", after which she transitioned to a career as television presenter. She shot a documentary in Ethiopia for World Vision Australia called "Aussie girl in Ethiopia". She worked on the TV channel Fox8. She reported on night life for E News Australia. She was a "VJ" on Channel V Australia for 4 years interviewing international and national bands. As an entertainment reporter on The Matty Johns Show on Channel 7, Maxwell performed interviews with various celebrities.

Maxwell starred in the Australian comedy/thriller Under the Radar (2004) as Jo, a role which earned her a nomination for an AFI Award. She appeared in the 2008 series of the television gameshow It Takes Two. She wrote a biography for Harper Collins called 'Living with Max, Our Family Story'. Has the world record for interpretative dancing for 30 hours straight.

She was a co-host on the wellness show Live Well on the Seven Network.

She has recently[when?] finished her training at ABC Radio Goldcoast for on air radio broadcast and production.

Personal life[edit]

Chloe Maxwell attended Roseville College in Sydney's North Shore.

Maxwell formed a relationship with former dual International (Union and League) ex Cronulla Sharks and Gold Coast Titans player Mat Rogers[when?], and the couple had two children together. Rogers already had two children from a prior relationship. In 2008, Maxwell and Rogers were married at the Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove Resort on the Gold Coast.[3]

Maxwell and Rogers founded the charity 4 ASD Kids in 2009 after their son was diagnosed with autism. As of 2016, the charity had raised over $1.6m.[4][5]


  1. ^ Cronin, Seanna (17 June 2010). "Chloe tackles fun footy duties". Australia: News Limited. Archived from the original on 25 June 2010. Retrieved 3 July 2010.
  2. ^ Chloe Maxwell's biography
  3. ^ Mat Rogers marries Chloe Maxwell in sunset wedding
  4. ^ Masters, Rebecca (14 October 2011), "Mat Rogers to raise money 4 ASD Kids",, APN News & Media
  5. ^ Danny, Weidler (13 September 2009), "Living life to the Max",, Fairfax Media

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