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Chloe Sevigny has cool energy

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Chloe Sevigny has a "cool energy" about her, according to Karla Crome.

The 'Misfits' actress starred alongside Chloe in the TV drama 'Hit & Miss' and her co-star made her feel very comfortable when they were working together.

Karla explained: "[Chloe Sevigny can be my royal advisor.] She was my co-star in 'Hit And Miss'. She's so laidback and confident in herself. She's not intimidating, just very stylish and has a cool energy about her."

The 25-year-old beauty is thankful for being given her role alongside Chloe as she thinks it kick-started her career.

She continued: "That show was my breakthrough. My character, Riley, was incredibly complex and I don't think I appreciated it at the time. But when I see the scripts now and what's available to young women, I see how unique that part was."

Karla also admitted that she never would have predicted she'd have a career in actress when she was younger as she claims she was an "awkward" child.

The brunette beauty told Stylist magazine: "I'm a bit awkward. I'm that person at school who always had a cold and an eye patch and asthma."

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