Chloe Rose Lattanzi

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This article is about the American singer and actress. For the Canadian actress, see Chloe Rose.
Chloe Rose Lattanzi
Born (1986-01-17) January 17, 1986 (age 30)
Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Pop, country
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Instruments Vocal
Years active 1993—present

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.[1] Her maternal great-grandfather is Nobel prize-winning physicist Max Born.[2]


Acting career[edit]

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.[citation needed] 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.[citation needed]

Musical career[edit]

Chloe and her school choir performed backing vocals on Olivia Newton-John's track "The Way Of Love", which featured on the 1994 album Gaia.[citation needed]

In 2001, she joined her mother on stage singing At Last, a cover of the Etta James hit, and You Loved Me Into It from The Wilde Girls.[citation needed]

In 2002, Chloe portrayed Chrissy in a Melbourne stage production of the 1960s musical Hair.[3] She also under-studied her friend Alesha Tatum's role in Beauty and the Beast.[citation needed]

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.[citation needed] However, several setbacks were caused due to Chloe leaving her contract with Festival records and the album is yet to be released.[citation needed] 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".[citation needed]

Chloe is the writer of "Can I Trust Your Arms", which appeared on her mother's 2005 hallmark album Stronger Than Before.[4]

In 2008, Chloe appeared on the MTV reality show Rock the Cradle,[5] finishing in third place, following Jesse Blaze Snider and Crosby Loggins.[6]

In 2009, "Tastes Like You" was used in designer Maggie Barry's Spring 2009 fashion show in Los Angeles.[citation needed] Chloe also participated as a catwalk model.[citation needed]

In October 2010, Chloe's debut single "Wings And A Gun" was released digitally in Japan.[7]

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".[citation needed] The promo video world premiered at Share Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada.[citation needed]


See Also[edit]


  1. ^ Sentinel Wire Services (January 18, 1986). "People In The News - Baby Chloe is a first for Newton-John, Lattanzi". The Milwaukee Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Newspapers, Inc.). Retrieved July 27, 2013. 
  2. ^ Born, G.V.R. (May 2002). "The Wide-Ranging Family History of Max Born". Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London. Vol. 56, No. 2. London, England, United Kingdom: The Royal Society. pp. 219–262. Retrieved July 10, 2013. 
  3. ^ Michael Shmith (June 27, 2002). "Hair's hippies still titillating for the great unwashed". Melbourne, Australia: The Age Company Ltd. Retrieved September 18, 2013. 
  4. ^ Peter Fawthro. "Stronger Than Before - Olivia Newton-John". AllMusic: Olivia Newton-John - Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards. AllMusic. Retrieved September 6, 2015. 
  5. ^ "'Rock the Cradle' arrives". The Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Missouri: The McClatchy Company). April 3, 2008. pp. F6. Retrieved July 27, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Rock Out with Cradle's Final Three". New York, NY: CBS Interactive Inc. May 7, 2008. Retrieved July 10, 2013. 
  7. ^ "Chloe Lattanzi's Gun new record". Herald Sun (Melbourne, Australia: The Herald & Weekly Times Pty Ltd). November 26, 2010. Retrieved July 8, 2013. 

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