Chloe Rose Lattanzi
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|Chloe Rose Lattanzi|
January 17, 1986 |
Los Angeles, California, USA
Chloe Rose Lattanzi (born January 17, 1986) is a singer and actress who was born in Los Angeles to actress and singer Olivia Newton-John and actor Matt Lattanzi. Her maternal great-grandfather is Nobel prize-winning physicist Max Born.
When she was seven years old, Chloe Lattanzi made her acting debut in a cameo appearance on the Australian Soap opera Paradise Beach in 1993. She appeared in the 1994 television movie A Christmas Romance, Bette Midler's sitcom "Bette" in 2001, and in Showtime's production The Wilde Girls.
In 2003, she once again joined her mother on tour and began work on her debut album No Pain (initially Lonely Nights In Paradise) intended for release in 2007. However, several setbacks were caused due to Chloe leaving her contract with Festival records and the album is yet to be released. Songs that have been leaked onto the internet from No Pain are "Lonely Nights in Paradise", "Sad City", "Me and U", "Delicious", "Tastes Like You" and "Make It Stop".
On August 10, 2015, Chloe was a featured singer with her mother Olivia Newton-John on Dave Aude's mp3 single "You Have to Believe" which was a reworking of Olivia's 1980 number one hit from Xanadu (film) "Magic". The promo video world premiered at Share Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Paradise Beach (1993) (cameo in last episode of Australian television soap)
- A Christmas Romance (1994) (TV movie)
- Mannheim Steamroller's Christmas Angel (1998) (TV show)
- The Enchanted Billabong (1999) (voice in Australian animated feature)
- Bette (2001) (Bette Midler's sitcom, episode: "The Invisible Mom")
- The Wilde Girls (2001)
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