Chloe Bennet young
April 18, 1992
5 ft 5¾ in | 167 cm
32-24-34 in | 81-61-86 cm
55 kg | 121 lbs
8 US | 38.5 EU
Chloe Bennet was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on April 18, 1992, is an American actress.
Young Chloe Bennet began her career as a pop singer under her birth name Chloe Wang, in China. She moved to China at age of fifteen, in 2007.
She released two singles: "Uh Oh" and "Every Day in Between" in 2011.
She got her screen debut as a host in dance television series The Nightlife (2010).
She made her acting debut in action TV movie Intercept (2012) in role as Tess.
Her breakthrough performance came as Daisy "Skye" Johnson / Quake in action drama television series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013– ).
5 Years Apart (2020) comedy drama in role as Emma, opposite Scott Michael Foster and Ally Maki
She voiced Yi in animated adventure film Abominable (2019).
Valley Girl (2019) comedy musical in role as Karen
She voiced Chase in animated fantasy film Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2014).
She played Hailey in musical drama television series Nashville (2012-2013).
She voiced Daisy Johnson / Quake Marvel in Marvel Rising franchise:
Marvel Rising: Initiation (2018) TV Mini-Series in episodes "The Secrets We Keep" (2018) and "Ghost Hunter" (2018)
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors (2018) animation action comedy TV Movie
Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts (2019) animation action TV Short
Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron (2019) animation action TV Short
Attended St. Ignatius College Prep., Chicago, Illinois.
She has been suffering from anxiety and ADHD since her childhood.
Featured in music video for South Korean band Big Bang "Tonight" (2011).
To prepare for her Marvel role she trained boxing, kickboxing, krav maga and jujutsu.
Huge X-Men Fan.
She dated Tony Oller (2012), Sam Palladio (2012-2013), Austin Nichols (2013-2017) and Logan Paul (2017-2018).
I grew up with six brothers, and I'm from Chicago, so princesses and Barbie dolls were not around the house. It was more like sports and comic books, so getting to work for Marvel is like my version of being able to be a princess.
In Asia, I didn't feel like I was Chloe. I felt like I was acting like someone in Asia. I was acting like Chloe Wang, a pop star, that was like a character for me, if anything.
I think it was hard for people to cast me as an ethnic, as an Asian American woman.
When I found out about how skilled Daisy was, I wanted to make sure that came across as authentically as possible.
When I was a kid, I genuinely didn’t think I‘d get to be on TV without having blonde hair and blue eyes.
Changing my name doesn't change the fact that my blood is half Chinese, that I lived in China, speak Mandarin or that I was culturally raised both American and Chinese.
I wanted to book roles because I was right for the roles, not because I was Asian or I was white, because those things don't define me.
All of my insecurities about age have always been about my youth. I have always been the youngest female in the group. And my insecurities have always been about not feeling good enough because I was so young in such a professional setting very early.