30s, Scottish, Neutral, RP, Northern
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BAFTA Breakthrough British actress and Screen International Star of Tomorrow Chloe Pirrie has an extensive list of high profile TV and film credits to her name.  She won a BIFA for her feature film debut in 2013 in ‘Shell’, in which she starred as the titular Shell, a young girl who lives with her father in a remote Scottish gas station in the Highlands, winning ‘Most Promising Newcomer’. 

More recently she has had roles in a number of critically acclaimed shows.  In 2022, she starred as Matilda Lafferty in the Hulu/Disney+ Emmy & Golden Globe nominated crime drama series ‘Under the Banner of Heaven’ about the brutal murder of a mother and baby seemingly connected to the Mormon church in Utah, which also starred Daisy Edgar-Jones and Andrew Garfield. The series premiered on ITVX in 2024. 

In 2020 she starred as Alice Harmon, mother to protagonist, chess superstar Beth Harmon in Netflix’s ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ which premiered globally to critical acclaim, winning both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for Best TV Series.  She will play one of the leads in new Netflix drama series 'Department Q' which is due out in 2025, directed by Scott Frank who also directed her in The Queen's Gambit. 

Other major credits include playing series regular Brianna in another Emmy-nominated show, Amazon’s coming of age thriller series ‘Hanna’ as well as playing Isabella Knightley in the Oscar and BAFTA nominated 2020 film version of Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’.  Between 2019-2023 she played Dahlia in both seasons of Prime’s Emmy nominated fantasy drama series ‘Carnival Row’.  

In 2024 she played the lead, Kay, in the psychological horror film 'Kryptic' which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March 24. 

She starred as D.I. Karen Hall in the first season of Sky One’s crime drama series ‘Temple’ in 2019 and in the same year played Ella Mackie in another crime drama series, BBC One’s BAFTA nominated ‘The Victim’ which also starred Kelly McDonald and John Hannah.  Also for the BBC she played Andromache in ‘Troy: Fall of a City’ about the Trojan War and the infamous love story of Paris and Helen which was shown on BBC One in the UK and internationally on Netflix in 2018.

She played Eileen Parker, a great friend of the Duke of Edinburgh, in the second series of ‘The Crown’. She also starred as Emily Bronte to critical acclaim in the 2016 BBC film about the Brontë sisters ‘To Walk Invisible’, created and directed by Sally Wainwright.

Other credits include starring alongside Laura Carmichael in the BIFA nominated film ‘Burn Burn Burn’, ITV’s lighthearted drama series ‘Brief Encounters’, the BBC’s film adaptation of ‘An Inspector Calls’, BBC drama series ‘War and Peace’, Oscar and Golden Globe nominated comedy drama ‘Youth’ and BBC Cold War spy thriller series ‘The Game’.  She also starred in Benjamin Cleary’s short film ‘Stutterer’ which won the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film in 2016.

Other experience includes voicing a number of audiobooks including a recent Audible adaptation of Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace’. 

Chloe has a very light Edinburgh/East Coast Scottish accent and at times you’d think she is Neutral English. She can switch her accents around confidently having moved regularly around the UK since being a child. Born in Edinburgh, she spent time growing up in both Glasgow and Essex. The wide range of accents she has used across her screen work are a testament to her ability; To Walk Invisible (Yorkshire), Brief Encounters (Sheffield), Burn Burn Burn (Southern Welsh), Carnival Row (Glaswegian) The Crown, Emma, Troy (RP), War & Peace, Inspector Calls (Neutral British), The Victim (strong Edinburgh), Bug (Essex), Temple (London), Mariel of Redwall - Audiobook (West Country)...and the list goes on! Ultimately Chloe is a reliable choice for most British accents.

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Kryptic (Film, 2024) – 'Kay'
Under the Banner of Heaven (TV, 2022/2024 on ITVX) – 'Matilda Lafferty', Hulu/Disney+/ITVX
Carnival Row (TV, 2019-2023) – 'Dahlia', Amazon Original, Series 1 & 2
Hanna (TV, 2021) – 'Brianna Stapleton', Amazon Original, Series 3
The Queen's Gambit (TV, 2020) – 'Alice Harmon', Netflix
Emma (Film, 2020) (Film, 2020) – 'Isabella Knightley', Universal Pictures
The Victim (TV, 2019) – 'Ella Mackie', BBC One
Temple (TV, 2019) – 'D.I. Karen Hall', Sky One, Series 1
Troy: Fall of a City (TV, 2018) – 'Andromache', BBC One/Netflix
The Crown (TV, 2017) – 'Elaine Parker', Netflix, Series 2
Death in Paradise (TV, 2017) – 'Grace Matlock', BBC One, Series 6
War and Peace (TV, 2016) – 'Julie Karagina', BBC One
To Walk Invisible (Film, 2016) – 'Emily Brontë', BBC
Brief Encounters (TV, 2016) – 'Hellie', ITV
The Living and the Dead (TV, 2016) – 'Lara', BBC One
An Inspector Calls (Film, 2015) – 'Sheila Birling', BBC One
Burn Burn Burn (Film, 2015) – 'Alex', Rather Good Films
Youth (Film, 2015) – 'Girl Screenwriter', Film Four/Canal+
Stutterer (Film, 2015) – 'Ellie', Bare Golly Films
The Game (TV, 2014) – 'Wendy Straw', BBC Two
Black Mirror (TV, 2013) – 'Gwendolyn Harris', Netflix
Shell (Film, 2012) – 'Shell', Broken Spectre

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Showreel Videos

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The Queen's Gambit, as Alice Harmon
Under the Banner of Heaven, as Matilda
Hanna, as Brianna
Interview: Red carpet at the BIFAs 2017
Interview: on Lorraine discussing Burn, Burn, Burn
Interview: British Independent Film Awards. Winner: Most Promising Newcomer