Chloe Jury-Fogel was born in San Francisco to a Brazilian mother and a Jewish-American father. She was active in sports and musical theater through high school, and trained at American Conservatory Theater and Broadway by the Bay. In 2010, she moved to New York City to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she received a BFA in Film and Television Production. Her thesis film, Stevie, which she produced in a class taught by filmmaker Susan Seidelman, went on to play several film festivals in the United States and internationally. Chloe is also an active improviser, and is currently a student and performer through the Upright Citizen's Brigade's Advanced Study Program.  She also enjoys singing and playing guitar, piano, and drums. 

She is a self-proclaimed Broadway nerd, Mexican food lover, proud big sister, and Bay Area sports fan. Also, she loves cats and dogs the same amount, so don't make her choose. She currently lives in Harlem.  

                                 World Cup '98 - a tough day.

                                World Cup '98 - a tough day.