The former downtown it girl and Sassy magazine intern rose to wider fame thanks to 's Kids , picked up an Oscar nomination in for Boys Don't Cry , gained status as a queen of indie cinema, and then took a part in 's Brown Bunny. The film required her to perform "unsimulated" fellatio on director, costar, and former boyfriend Vincent Gallo and the world absolutely lost it. Before the film's premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, there were false reports that her then-representatives at William Morris Agency dropped her. The agency still represents her.
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Chloe Sevigny is the subject of Playboy's January 20Q feature , and in the interview she talks about the final season of 'Big Love,' her infamous oral sex scene in 'Brown Bunny' and her frustrations dating in New York. Playboy's press release follows; scroll down for a sexy photo and read the whole thing here. On her regrets about bad-mouthing Big Love to a reporter: "I got into a lot of trouble. It was a huge thing on the Internet. Yeah, I got a little talking-to. I loved being on the show; I love my character and my co-stars. The whole experience has been great.
She lived up to the cool moniker by appearing in edgy film roles and several seasons creating fashion lines carrying her name, for her friends at the fashion retailer Opening Ceremony. There was also an autobiographical book on her personal fashion style that came out in Yet the early fame also meant she suffered from casting-couch problems.
Chloe Sevigny has received strong backlash towards her recent film ' The Brown Bunny ', after critics attacked her over an oral sex scene. The actress is upset by the critical response to the scene between her and Vincent Gallo , defending it as "romantic" and "beautiful", as opposed to gratuitous. The star explained her reactions to the reviews from Cannes Film Festival , by discussing how natural and intimate the scene is. Furthermore, she expressed dismay to the controversy it sparked, arguing: "I'm really angry at the way everyone's trivialising it. It's a really intense romantic scene, really beautiful.