Chloë Sevigny filmography

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Sevigny in 2015

Chloë Sevigny is an American actress and director who made her film debut in the controversial 1995 drama Kids, portraying a teenage girl in inner-city New York who discovers she is HIV-positive. She went on to appear in several independent features, including two directed by her then-boyfriend, Harmony Korine (writer of Kids): Gummo (1997) and Julien Donkey-Boy (1998), before obtaining a lead role as Lana Tisdel in Boys Don't Cry (1999), a fact-based drama about the murder of trans man Brandon Teena. The film earned her numerous accolades, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

She went on to have numerous supporting roles in the early 2000s in such films as American Psycho (2000); Party Monster and Dogville (both 2003); and a lead role in the controversial independent film The Brown Bunny (also 2003), for which she received significant press coverage and criticism for performing on-screen unsimulated oral sex on the film's male lead and writer-director, Vincent Gallo. In 2006, Sevigny was cast in the HBO series Big Love, portraying Nicolette Grant, a fundamentalist Mormon who practices polygamy in 21st-century Utah. The series spanned a total of five seasons, for the third of which she earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress.

After the conclusion of Big Love in 2011, Sevigny appeared again in television, guest-starring on Portlandia (2013) as well as appearing in central roles on two seasons of American Horror Story: Asylum (2012) and Hotel (2015). In 2017, she had a supporting role in the drama Lean on Pete, followed by a lead role portraying Lizzie Borden in the drama Lizzie (2018). Sevigny made her directorial debut with the short film Kitty, which premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, followed by the short film Carmen, which she directed for a 2017 Miu Miu campaign. In 2019, she appeared in a lead role in Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die, and in the drama The True Adventures of Wolfboy.

Film[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1995 Kids Jennie [1]
1996 Trees Lounge Debbie [2]
1997 Gummo Dot Also costume designer [3]
1998 Palmetto Odette [4]
1998 The Last Days of Disco Alice Kinnon [5]
1999 Boys Don't Cry Lana Tisdel [6]
1999 Julien Donkey-Boy Pearl [7]
1999 A Map of the World Carole Mackessy [8]
2000 American Psycho Jean [9]
2002 Ten Minutes Older Segment 4: "Int. Trailer. Night." [10]
2002 Demonlover Elise Lipsky [11]
2003 Party Monster Gitsie [12]
2003 Death of a Dynasty Sexy Woman [13]
2003 Dogville Liz Henson [14]
2003 The Brown Bunny Daisy [15]
2003 Shattered Glass Caitlin Avey [16]
2004 Melinda and Melinda Laurel [17]
2005 Manderlay Philomena [18]
2005 Broken Flowers Carmen's Assistant [19]
2005 3 Needles Clara [20]
2006 Lying Megan [21]
2006 Sisters Grace Collier [22]
2007 Zodiac Melanie [23]
2009 The Killing Room Emily Reilly [24]
2009 My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? Ingrid [25]
2009 Beloved Kim Short film [26]
2010 All Flowers in Time Holly Short film [27]
2010 Beautiful Darling Candy Darling Voice only [28]
2010 Barry Munday Jennifer Farley [29]
2010 Mr. Nice Judy Marks [30]
2013 Lovelace Rebecca [31]
2013 The Wait Emma [32]
2014 Little Accidents Kendra Briggs [33]
2014 Electric Slide Charlotte [34]
2014 The Beckoning Short film [35]
2015 Black Dog, Red Dog Ali [36]
2015 #Horror Alex Cox [37]
2016 Love & Friendship Alicia Johnson [38]
2016 Antibirth Sadie [39]
2016 Kitty N/A Short film; also writer and director [40]
2017 Golden Exits Alyssa [41]
2017 Beatriz at Dinner Shannon [42]
2017 The Dinner Barbara Lohman [43]
2017 Lean on Pete Bonnie [44]
2017 The Snowman Sylvia Ottersen / Ane Pedersen [45]
2017 Carmen N/A Short film; also co-writer and director [46]
2018 Lizzie Lizzie Borden [47]
2019 Love Is Blind Carolyn [48]
2019 The Dead Don't Die Minerva Morrison [49]
2019 White Echo N/A Also director [50]
2019 The True Adventures of Wolfboy Jen [51]
2019 Queen & Slim Mrs. Shepherd [52]
2020 Slow Machine Chloe [53]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 If These Walls Could Talk 2 Amy Television film [54]
2004 Will & Grace Monet Episode: "East Side Story" [55]
2005 Mrs. Harris Lynne Tryforos Television film [56]
2006–2011 Big Love Nicolette Grant 53 episodes [57]
2011 RuPaul's Drag Race Herself 2 episodes [58]
2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Christine Hartwell Episode: "Valentine's Day" [59]
2012 Hit & Miss Mia Miniseries; 6 episodes [60]
2012 Louie Jeanie Episode: "Looking for Liz/Lilly Changes" [61]
2012 American Horror Story: Asylum Shelley 6 episodes [62]
2013 Portlandia Alexandra 9 episodes [63]
2013 The Mindy Project Christina 6 episodes [64]
2014 Doll & Em Herself 2 episodes [65]
2014 Those Who Kill Catherine Jensen 10 episodes [66]
2014 The Cosmopolitans Vicky Frasier Episode: "Pilot" [67]
2015–2017 Bloodline Chelsea O'Bannon 24 episodes [68]
2015–2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Dr. Alex Lowe 12 episodes [69]
2016 Dr. Del Brandy Sommers Episode: "Pilot" [70]
2017 Comrade Detective Sonya Baciu (voice) 5 episodes [71]
2019 Russian Doll Lenora Vulvokov Episode: "The Way Out" [72]
2019 The Act Mel 6 episodes [73]
2020 We Are Who We Are Sarah Main cast [74]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Role Artist Ref.
1992 "Sugar Kane" Girl Sonic Youth [75]
1994 "Big Gay Heart" Girl at Club The Lemonheads [76]
1995 "Old Jerusalem" Girl Palace Music [77]
2005 "I Feel Like the Mother of the World" Maid Smog [78]
2008 "Gamma Ray (Version 1)" Dancer Beck [79]
2009 "Any Fun" Skateboarder Coconut Records [80]
2009 "Lazy Slam" The Slits [81]
2011 "Make Some Noise/Fight For Your Right (Revisited)" Girl Beastie Boys [82]
2009 "It's Only You, Isn't It?" Car Owner Lissy Trullie [83]

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