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With her glossy, raven locks, almond green eyes and desirable bone structure, it seemed inevitable Chloe Maxwell would launch her career as a model. What was less predictable was the versatility that would follow as she flirted between acting, television presenting, radio hosting and endorsing some of Australia most loved brands.
Now, as a devoted mother of two and wife to rugby legend, Mat Rogers, Chloe is entering a new phase in her frenetic life, balancing a contented home life with her growing media responsibilities. She is currently an active part of the SEAFM radio station family, and is making the most of her new life on the Gold Coast, where Mat plays for the Gold Coast Titans.
Discovered by Chic Management founder Ursula Hufnagl in 1992, Chloe has been on an upward path to success ever since. Her distinctive looks and vivacious spirit quickly led her to become one of Chic most in-demand models, working effusively here and overseas. Whether it was editorial work or strutting her stuff for some of the biggest names in fashion such as Lacroix and Valentino; Chloe added her signature style and charisma.
With the advertising world clamouring to capitalise on her unique marketability, Chloe landed a string of high-profile, big budget television commercials such as Toshiba and Honda (Japan), Rayban (USA), Sony (Malaysia) and a global campaign for Impulse.
At home she appeared alongside Holly Valance and Harry Kewell for Pepsi as well in advertisements for a range of products including Honda Scooters, Skinny Milk, Sanitarium, LA Cola and Cadbury Dream. But it was a Jeans West contract that really catapulted her career.
The three year contract as the cheeky Jeans West girl captured the nation's hearts and attention, along with television network producers who all rushed to sign her.
Chloe won her first presenting role on Network Ten E! News in 2000, then went on to host Fox8 Premiere and Stylebyte on Arena. She soon became a regular fixture on the Australian television scene and even went on to host her own documentary, An Aussie Girl in Ethiopia, as part of her role as a Good Will Ambassador for World Vision 40 Hour Famine.
With her cool youth appeal and rock-solid status as a style influencer, Chloe then became the key talent at Foxtel Channel [V], appearing on shows such as Jabba Morning Glory, 50 Minutes and Room 208 plus Big Day Out and Arias Red Carpet specials.
Famed for her relaxed on-air demeanour and ever-increasing popularity, Chloe made the switch to free-to-air television, firstly hosting the Seven Network WILD TV and then co-hosting Network Ten The X Factor, which led to Chloe hosting her very own spin-off show on prime-time Sunday nights.
These days she can be seen nationally in various magazines thanks to her ongoing endorsement commitments with Palmolive Pure Cashmere.
This year proved a meteoric year for Chloe as she celebrated her marriage to Mat.
An opportunity to display her versatility as a performer came along earlier this year when she appeared in the Seven Network ratings-winner, It Takes Two. Partnering with crooner David Campbell, Chloe performed live in front of millions of Australians each week.
Her magnetism, innate style and uncanny knack for predicting trends within popular culture have led Chloe to a bustling media future. She remains in high demand as a television presenter, radio host, brand ambassador and professional speaker.