A local Adelaide singer, songwriter and creative director. Chloe’s first singing experience was on national television. At the age of sixteen, she was the youngest performer to sing and do well on Channel Nine's Star Struck. This opportunity pathed the way for Chloe in a future of music.
Song writing began in 2005 when director Murali K Thalluri approached her to write the theme song for his feature flm 2.37. The song “Don’t Forget Me” along with the film, made it to major flm festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival 2006. From here stemmed opportunities to continue to write for other Australian flms, local artists and her own solo project.
Chloe's first EP, which is titled “Don’t Forget Me” was recorded in 2009 in Sydney, Australia, using some of Sydney's top musicians. Her songs bring a cocktail blend of R&B, soul and urban flavours! This 5 track EP is available to buy on iTunes. From 2016, Chloe has been busy working on her second EP, teaming up with various songwriters, including Zenya Bashford (Justin Timberlake) under the guidance of LA producer Krunkadelic (Ludacris, Jennifer Hudson, Nelly Furtado, Sean Paul) to put together her latest songs.
Over the last 10 years, Chloe has been busy building up her reputation in many different area's; a session vocalist (The Fairies. Credit Union. Wallis Cinema) a voice over actress (Austereo, Nova,) musical theatre (Echelon Productions) corporate entertainment (The Cast) and creative director (The Cast Entertainment. Civic Park Carols 2012-current.) Along with all these roles, Chloe has also dabbled in various international film projects as part of the production crew and music writing (2:37, LoveStory 2050, The Wish.) You may recognise her voice as "Bubbles the Beach Fairy" in Channel 7's, The Fairies, as well as the voice of the "Wallis Cinema" jingle and "Credit Union - Activate Account" television advertisement to name a few. Her voice has also lent her to perform in various cover bands and music outfits around hot spots in Adelaide, South Australia.
In 2012, Chloe created her business "The Cast Entertainment." This banner covers two main areas: live music and creative direction. "The Cast" band is a premium live music act for corporate functions, public events and festivals in Adelaide and around Australia. Chloe also acts as a director/producer to provide creative content and performances for large scale corporate events. Her most notable role is director for one of Adelaide's biggest live Christmas events; "Civic Park Carols," which is partnered with Channel Nine and boasts crowds of over 40,000.
As the front face of The Cast, and in any other live performance, Chloe Castledine not only delivers great acting and vocal performances, her energetic stage presence always captivates her audience.