I guess I got a lot going on underneath the surface. I'm like a river in winter." - Chloe
You're like the midwestern Mother Teresa for pathetic people." - Chloe
Genuine emotion just sometimes makes me feel uncomfortable." - Chloe
Chloe is the ultimate New York party girl. She has the morals of a pirate but would do anything for her friends. Her wild, unpredictable antics captivate and entangle those around her as she tries to live her life freely, honestly and without responsibility. And yet she still manages to make rent and pay for designer clothes. Somehow. Chloe is also the only American who can identify Banksy from the waist down.
A multi-faceted actress with a classic beauty and charming presence, Krysten Ritter has crossed mediums with an impressive body of work in film, television, writing, producing, music and, recently, fashion design.
Ritter is well known for her critically acclaimed turn on AMC's hit series, "Breaking Bad," where she played Jane Margolis, a young woman who battles a history of drug addiction. The award-winning television series premiered in January of 2008 and will conclude with its fifth and final season in mid-2012.
This March Ritter will star alongside Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson in the indie-comedy "L!fe Happens," which she co-wrote and co-produced with director Kat Coiro. The film follows two best friends who have to maintain normalcy in their lives after one (Ritter) gets pregnant and has a baby. Premiering at the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival and as a part of GenArt Special Screenings, "L!fe Happens" will release theatrically March 30, 2012 and is being distributed by Universal. Ritter has also written and co-written several feature and TV scripts which are currently in various stages of development and production.
Recently Ritter wrapped production on the indie-drama "Refuge," based on the stage play of the same title and written and directed by Jessica Goldberg. The film also stars Brian Geraghty, Madeleine Martin and Logan Huffman. Ritter has additionally completed work on Amy Heckerling's comedy romance, "Vamps," alongside Alicia Silverstone and Sigourney Weaver. Both projects are set to release this year.
In 2011 Ritter starred in Paramount's "Killing Bono" with Ben Barnes. Other film credits include the DreamWorks comedy, "She's Out of My League" (2010); the Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer film "Confessions of a Shopaholic" (2009), opposite Isla Fisher; "What Happens in Vegas" (2008), with Ashton Kutcher; and "27 Dresses" (2008), alongside Katherine Heigl.
Other television credits include the Starz dark comedy "Gravity," "Veronica Mars," "Gilmore Girls" and "Gossip Girl."
In theatre, this past summer Ritter was seen off-Broadway in Zach Braff's play, "All New People," opposite Justin Bartha at the Second Stage Theater. Other theater credits include "All This Intimacy," also at the Second Stage Theatre, and the 2006 "24 Hour Plays" at the Signature Theatre.
Beyond her acting career, Ritter has an eye for fashion and has co-designed a dress with Corey Lynn Calter. She is also designing a small capsule line of shoes for Alice and Olivia that reflects Ritter's girlie but edgy personal style. In addition she was the lead of the fall 2009 and 2010 Banana Republic ad campaigns, and is also a member of a rock band called Ex Vivian, which has contributed tracks to a number of her projects. The band will have a small record release in the spring of 2012.
Ritter began her career as a model with Elite Model Management and currently divides her time between New York and Los Angeles.