About this Artist
Emmy-nominated choreographer Chloé Arnold has choreographed over 50 episodes of The Late, Late Show with James Corden featuring A-list actors from Will Smith and Hugh Jackman to pop superstars Ariana Grande and BTS. Her work can also be seen on other hit TV shows, including So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America, The Ellen Show, The Talk, A Black Lady Sketch Show, Hello, Jack! and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s A Legendary Christmas. Chloé most recently choreographed the upcoming Apple TV+ musical film Spirited, starring Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, and Octavia Spencer.
Discovered at a young age in Washington, DC by Debbie Allen, Chloé was embraced as her protégé and was inspired to expand the language of dance through film, TV, and stage. Chloé is an international tap star and founder of Syncopated Ladies, the most viewed female tap-dance band in history, known for their viral self-produced content and recognized by Beyoncé, who not only shared their work, saying, “They Killed It,” but then transformed the homepage of Beyonce.com to feature Syncopated Ladies, and invited them to perform live internationally.
Beyoncé’s support catapulted Syncopated Ladies on to a global platform, and since then, their ascent has skyrocketed, amassing over 100 million views online. They also received praise from Whoopi Goldberg on The View, Janet Jackson, Ciara, Lupita Nyong’o, as well as many other celebrities and news outlets. Live performance credits include Good Morning America, So You Think You Can Dance, Global Citizen Week, New York Fashion Week, Essence Fest, Imagine Justice (featuring Common, J. Cole, and Andra Day), Glamour Women of the Year Awards, Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative at the U.S. Open, JP Morgan Chase Women on the Move at Radio City Musical Hall, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, Women in the World Summit at Lincoln Center, Democratic National Convention, and many more.
Chloé was named one of LeBron James’ “The Strongest”—a campaign featured in Essence to celebrate his 16th Nike sneaker release, was on The Root 100 List, and was featured in Shonda Rhimes and Microsoft’s “Language of Leadership” panel discussion.
Chloé is an entrepreneur who holds a degree in film from Columbia University. She and her sister Maud produced the award-winning documentary Tap World, and they are the co-directors of the critically acclaimed DC Tap Festival. They have been recognized by Columbia University as Rising Stars, by the U.S. House of Representatives as arts preservers and ambassadors, and won the 33rd Annual Mayor’s Arts Award for Excellence in Performing Arts.
Through everything, Chloé hasn’t forgotten her roots and the journey it took to reach this point. Through the Chloé and Maud Foundation, they give back to the community by creating equal opportunity access to dance programming and education for underserved communities. During the pandemic, they gave free online classes to over 25,000 students worldwide and continued their afterschool programs in South Central L.A., and in favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.