Described as "Dorothy Parker meets Neil Labute", Chloë Whitehorn is a writer, actor, and underwater photographer. A graduate of Queen's University's theatre program, Chloë’s work often examines taboo moralities, tragic love, and the licentious desires and imaginative reasoning of human beings. Her plays include "Mourning After the Night Before", "The Pigeon", “Love, Virtually” (Best of Fringe, Toronto 2011), “The Frank Diary of Anne”, "The Deepest Trench", "Divine Wrecks", “Dressing Amelia”, "Clarissa on her Deathbed", and “How to Not Die Horribly in a Fire", and have played across North America.
On stage Chloë used to wind up running a kingdom (The Odyssey, Julius Caesar, The Balcony) or going insane (The Maids, Hamlet, The House of Yes, The Curious Savage).
Chloë also enjoys taking editorial style portraits and specializes in underwater photography. See some of her photographs on her Flickr page.