Londoner Chloe Myerson is a writer for TV, theatre and film. She has two original TV script under option to Wall to Wall Television (Warner Bros.), another in development with Island Productions, and she has developed other original series with Hat Trick, Celtic and 42 Management & Productions.
Her first play DEAD SOULS, an adaptation of the Gogol novel, premiered at the N16 theatre in July 2017, produced by Monkhead Theatre. It sold out its run and received great reviews across the board:
She has experience as a teaching assistant, a charity associate and a front-line NHS receptionist. She drew on the latter for her first TV spec pilot, SICK, a comedy-drama about hospital temps.
As a playwright, she has been long-listed for the Old Vic 12 award and for the Papatango New Writing Prize. Her work has been performed at the Vault Festival, the Young Vic (Freshworks), The Bunker Theatre and the Blue Elephant.
She recently co-wrote her first short film The Start of Nothing, a tragicomedy about two housemates in love.
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