MARLEY SHELTON (Chloe) first
captured the attention of filmgoers as Margaret, Tobey Maguire's love interest
in the critically acclaimed feature "Pleasantville." Most recently she
starred in the comedy "Sugar & Spice," for director Francine
McDougal, and will soon be seen starring in the independent romantic comedy
"Still a Kiss" directed by actor/director Fisher Stevens.
Among Shelton's other feature film
credits are the suspense thriller, "Valentine," the romantic comedy
"The Bachelor" starring opposite Chris O'Donnell and Renee Zellweger
and "Never Been Kissed," with Drew Barrymore and David Arquette.
In 1998, Shelton co-produced and
starred in the short film "Protect-O-Man," directed by her father
Christopher Shelton. The film was a black comedy about an agoraphobic whose
disorder is augmented by a stalker on the prowl in her neighborhood.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Shelton
was introduced to the entertainment industry by her father, a commercial
director. As she attended UCLA, Shelton supported herself through small parts in
feature films, television movies and episodic appearances. Shelton made her
feature debut in "Grand Canyon." Her additional film credits include
"The Sandlot"; the role of Trisha Nixon in "Nixon," with
Anthony Hopkins; as well as a starring role in "Warriors of Virtue."
Shelton has studied acting with Larry Moss and Robert Carnegie.
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