Chloe Dykstra Fashion And Shows
Chloe Dykstra was born on September 15, 1988 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Chloe Frances Dykstra. She is an actress and producer, known for Spider-Man 2 (2004), There Will Be Brawl (2009) and Drag Me to Hell (2009).
She produced and co-hosted the web series Just Cos for the Nerdist Industries’ YouTube channel and is a cast member of the SYFY show Heroes of Cosplay. She is also a freelance game journalist for several websites. In June 2018, Dykstra received media attention following an article she wrote on Medium detailing her alleged abuse from a former partner, subsequently identified as Chris Hardwick.
Chloe Dykstra Career Lifestyle
It includes the “Cool Story Chlo” web series. As a cosplayer, Dykstra showcased a wide variety of cosplay characters such as Lara Croft (Tomb Raider), GLaDOS (Portal), and Elizabeth (BioShock). She joined the cast of Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay in 2013. The other cast members include Riki LeCotey, Yaya Han and Monika Lee among others. Heroes of Cosplay ran for 12 episodes from 2013 to 2014.
Dykstra’s film debut was the superhero film, Spider-Man 2 (2004), starring Tobey Maguire. She was cast in a bit role as a train passenger. Her next film appearance was as “Sarah” in The Treasure of Painted Forest (2006). She had a small role in the horror-thriller Drag Me to Hell (2009). Dykstra had a recurring role as “Malon” on the series There Will Be Brawl (2009-10). She hosted the talk show Chaotic Awesome (2014) and was a presenter at the 3rd Annual Geekie Awards.
Chloe Dykstra Cosplay
Actress and cosplay star Chloe Dykstra has detailed her previous experience in an abusive relationship in a Medium post. Although she did not name her abuser, many have identified the man in the article as Chris Hardwick.
Dykstra comes by her love of cosplay honestly. She’s the daughter of Hollywood visual effects pioneer John Dykstra, whose credits include the original Star Wars and Star Trek: The Motion Picture. She grew up on manga, N64 and sci-fi. Now an actress and model, she’s appeared in films that include Spider-Man 2 and Drag Me to Hell, and she has a show on the Nerdist YouTube channel called Just Cos, about all things cosplay.
She detailed a disturbing set of rules laid down by her boyfriend, including being available to him every night, eliminating male friends from her life, giving up alcohol because he was sober, not speaking in public, and not taking photos of them together.
Chris Hardwick Chloe Dykstra
Chris Hardwick, the founder of Nerdist and host of AMC’s “Talking Dead,” has denied allegations that he abused and blacklisted his ex-girlfriend, cosplayer Chloe Dykstra.
Dykstra published a lengthy essay on Medium on Thursday, alleging that she was subjected to sexual assault and controlling behavior over the course of a three-year relationship. She did not name Hardwick but offered sufficient details that he was quickly identified.
Dykstra also opened up about recovering from the harrowing relationship, revealing that she had experienced anorexia during their time together and had suicidal thoughts after being blacklisted. She said that she is only now coming forward with the story as a form of closure, and wrote she’s “done protecting him at the expense of my own mental health.”
Chloe Dykstra Net Worth
Chloe Dykstra is an American actress and model who has a net worth of $1 million. Chloe Dykstra was born in Los Angeles, California in September 1988. Her father John Dykstra is a special effects artist and pioneer in the field.
Chloe Dykstra is known in the world of cosplay and for being the former co-host and producer of the web series Just Cos on the Nerdist Industries’ YouTube channel. From 2013 to 2014 she starred as a cast member of the SyFy television series Heroes of Cosplay.
Chloe Dykstra Fashion
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The third annual Her Universe Fashion show will once again offer fans and aspiring designers the chance to submit their pop culture-inspired designs to compete on the runway for the unique opportunity to design their very own collection exclusively for Hot Topic stores. The Her Universe Fashion Show has been one of the biggest special events at Comic-Con since it’s inception, and this year it is poised to be even bigger as they make bold strides to further enhance the experience of the show.
Dykstra says that despite the possible backlash, she decided to come forward to outline the kind of damaging behavior from this man that she previously tried to explain away–a common instinct in abusive relationships. She writes.
Nerdist owners Legendary Entertainment has removed Hardwick’s biography and name from the site he founded.
“Chris Hardwick had no operational involvement with Nerdist for the two years preceding the expiration of his contract in December 2017,” Legendary said.