Chloe Rose Lattanzi
Chloe Rose Lattanzi is an Australian-American singer, songwriter, and actress notably recognized for her musical endeavors, as well as her impactful work in film and television. Emerging from the shadows of her celebrity parents, Lattanzi carved her own path in the entertainment industry.
Lattanzi’s musical portfolio is rich with several successful albums and singles. Her debut album, “No Pain,” released in 2007, drew positive attention and established her presence in the music industry. Moreover, her contributions to the film and television industry cannot be overlooked. Her acting credits include roles in “Paradise Beach,” an Australian television soap opera, and “Dead 7,” a post-apocalyptic zombie horror film.
Lattanzi’s journey in the world of entertainment is dotted with numerous collaborations with prominent celebrities. Her 2015 single “You Have to Believe” was a collaborative effort with her mother, Olivia Newton-John, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. Furthermore, she worked alongside artists like Nick Carter, A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick in “Dead 7”. She also collaborated with Marcy Playground on her song “Play With Me.” Not limited to the music world, her collaborative efforts have stretched into her acting career as well, sharing screen space with popular actors such as Richard Brancatisano, Frank Stallone, and Deborah Gibson.
Over her career, Lattanzi has received recognition for her artistic efforts. She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress at the 16th Annual Film Festival for her role in “Dead 7.” Additionally, her single “Play With Me,” which saw her teaming up with Marcy Playground, reached the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart’s top 10.
Outside of her career, Lattanzi is a dedicated animal advocate. She actively supports non-profit organizations dedicated to the welfare and protection of animals. Her active involvement with the Liv-a-Little foundation, an organization started by her mother, Olivia Newton-John, focuses on supporting animal and environmental causes. She publicly supported the Australian bushfire relief efforts in 2020, encouraging her followers to donate to organizations providing aid to animals affected by the fires.