Chloe Petts is a well-known actress and comedian, who is known for BBC Laugh Lessons (2021), Hypothetical (2019), and Live from Aberystwth Pier (2021).
Petts’ place has been cemented by one of the circuit most exciting new act, which is “inexhaustibly funny mind” (Diva Magazine) and “compelling presence” (Steve Bennett, Chortle), as she is a Pleasance Comedy Reserve alumna nominated for a BBC Comedy Award.
Chloe Petts’ name is everywhere, as her Wikipedia has piqued the interest of many comedy lovers through her celebrity presence in House of Games. However, she was threatened to start her comedy journey at the age of 14.
Petts is a rising comedy star now. She hasn’t appeared on much television, but she has appeared on Jonathan Ross’s Comedy Club and Dave’s Hypothetical on ITV.
Choler performed a live show at the How The Light Gets In Festival in north London last year, which bodes well for her stand-up career.
She was a finalist in the 2017 Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards and a runner-up in the 2017 Funny Women Awards, and Ed Gamble’s Electric 2022 UK Tour will feature her as a support act.
Chloe has recently appeared on ITV’s Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club, Dave’s Hypothetical, BBC Five Live’s Fighting Talk, Channel 4’s Random Acts, and BBC 3 Quickies, and has also appeared in Penguin’s audiobook Edinburgh Unlocked, recorded in the absence of the 2020 Fringe Festival.
The comedy sketch artist does seem single in her real life, looking at the post on her Instagram. However, the artist has played many characters as a married woman with a possessive husband in the reel life.
She wrote just three days back on her Instagram, “Yesterday the Tour Party took a small detour to pick up a copy of my mum’s book from the very place it’s set – White Scar Cave photoshoot, of course, ensued, shot by the incredibly able and handsome @pbrownllan.”