Chloe would have to be one of the most sweetest, caring, AMAZING women I have ever met. She has the biggest heart, is a devoted loving mum and is defiantly an inspiration. What I defiantly inspire - Jodie Lee
Chloe Maxwell, television presenter, radio host, spokesmodel, devoted mother and footballer’s wife, is one of Australia’s favourite daughters.
A popular and accomplished media identity and model, Chloe is now based on the Gold Coast where her husband, rugby legend Mat Rogers, plays for The Gold Coast Jetstar Titans in the National Rugby League competition. Chloe meanwhile has made a name for herself on the Coast with her radio show on SEA FM and a special guest role hosting the station’s breakfast show. She can also be seen nationally in various magazines thanks to her ongoing endorsement commitments with Palmolive Pure Cashmere.
2007 proved to be an exceptional year for Chloe and Mat. They recently celebrated their engagement and in October welcomed daughter Phoenix into their family, which already includes their young son Max and Mat’s older children Jack and Skyla.
She quickly became one of the most in-demand models thanks to her wholesome beauty and vivacious spirit. A star was born and Chloe cut her teeth in TVCs for Toshiba and Honda (Japan), RayBan (USA), Sony (Malaysia) and a global campaign for Impulse. Back home, she appeared in advertisements for a range of products including Skinny Milk, Sanitarium, LA Cola and Cadbury Dream. She also appeared alongside Holly Valance and Harry Kewell for Pepsi and became the face of Honda Scooters.
But it wasn’t solely commercial work that launched Chloe’s career. She also appeared on international runways for some of the biggest names in the business, the venerable Lacroix and Valentino among then.
However most Australians still remember Chloe as the cheeky Jeans West girl. For three years she starred in a series of television and print advertisements for the denim chain that left networks clamouring to sign her.
Chloe won her first presenting role on Ten’s E! News in 2000. Throughout the early Naughties, she appeared as a host for Fox 8’s Premiere and Stylebyte on Arena. Chloe soon became a regular guest on Australian television and went on to host the documentary An Aussie Girl in Ethiopia as part of her role as a Good Will Ambassador for World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine.
Three years experience on Channel [V] shows such as Jabba’s Morning Glory , 50 Minutes and Room 208 plus Big Day Out and Arias Red Carpet specials followed. With her star rising further thanks to her reputation as a relaxed and seasoned presenter, Chloe parlayed her Midas-like touch into three series on two of the free-to-air networks. First up, she hosted the Seven series WILD TV . Next, Network Ten came knocking and snapped Chloe up to be co-host of The X Factor which soon delivered her very own Sunday night spin-off The Xtra Factor as well.
A versatile, magnetic and insightful presenter and performer, Chloe has an uncanny feel for what is hot in music, fashion and style. Accordingly, she is in high demand as a professional speaker.
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