How much is Chloe Arnold worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Chloe Arnold? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Chloe Arnold's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Chloe Arnold is a dancer, actress, choreographer, director, and American producer. She is internationally known as a tap dancer and recently appeared on the FOX Season 11 is So You Think You Can Dance with her company, Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies. \n \n\nChloe_Arnold's Biography \n As co-founder of the DC Tap Festival, Chloe Arnold began her professional career at the age of 10 in the Savion Glover dance group in Washington, D.C. who acted in The Dance Place, The Kennedy Center in Savion Glober's All Star Tap Revue (starring Gregory Hines, The Nicholas Brothers, and Jimmy Slyde), and in the Broadway Showcase by Frank Hatchet. At age 16, he was part of the cast in Debbie Allen's production of Brother's of the Kinght at the Kennedy Center. He has continued to work with Debbie Allen for a decade as an interpreter, choreographer, director, and producer. Today, Chloe is known as one of the leading women in tap dancing. \n Most recently, Chloe and her company, All-Female Tap Dance Band, won the first Dance Battle in So You Think You Can Dance, on FOX, with the Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies. He also sent a tap greeting to Beyonc\u00e9. After Beyonc\u00e9 published the video on social networks, the video became a viral sensation instantly. Some of Chloe's recent credits include a recurring role on the hit HBO series Boardwalk Empire as one of the Onyx Girl, performing at Madison Square Garden for the 2013-2014 NY Knicks season opening, working with Beyonc\u00e9 on the Pepsi campaigns of 2013 and H & M as well as many music videos, appeared as a guest on NBC's America's Got Talent, ABC's Dancing With The Stars, and FOX's So You Think You Can Dance, and Make Your Move 3D, a highly anticipated film, the Global Fusion concert in Dubai with 10 of the best musicians in the world, and performing with the Chloe's Syncopated Ladies at the Caabret Concert Gala "One Night Only" of the stars, at the Howard Theater in Washington, DC Some of his other stage credits are the critically acclaimed Charlie's Angels: A Tribute To Charlie Parker, from Emmy-winning choreographer Jason Samuels Smith, co-starred with Tichina Arnold and Robert Torti in Alex in Wonderland, by Debbie Allen, at the Center Kennedy and Frued Playhouse, and interpreted the modern tap musical Imagine Tap. She also choreographed and starred in the 2008 Direct TV Opening Number of the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon that raised $ 65 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Chloe also appeared as a guest and choreographed in other television series such as Los Hermanos Garc\u00eda, by Nickelodeon, Time Warp by Discovery Channel, and One on One and Los Parker by CW. Chloe's other film credits include the HBO \/ Universal Pictures Outkast film, Idlewild, and the short film by the harleged Dean Hargrove, Tap Heat. \n As a solo tap dancer, Chloe has performed in more than 21 countries and 35 states including the Stockholm Claqu\u00e9 Festival, the Taipei Tapping Festival, the Melbourne International Claqu\u00e9 Festival, the Tap Reloaded - Stuttgart, Claqu\u00e9 In Rio, I tapped for a cure - Edmonton, Canada, the International Brazilian Claque Festival, the Maui Tap Experience, the Uberlandia Tap Dance Festival, the Claqu\u00e9 City - NYC, the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, Ground Outsole - Austin, the Claqu\u00e9 Rhythm Festival of North Carolina, the Philly Tap Challenge, the LA Claqu\u00e9 Festival, the DC Tap Festival As a member of Jason Samuels Smith's Anybody Can Get it, he has performed at City Center's Fall for Dance, Sadlers Wells in London, Jacob's Pillow, the Getty Museum, Coca, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. \n Although admitted to Harvard University, Chloe instead attended Columbia to study Theater and Film and to dance in New York City. During her years at Columbia University, she performed professionally in Debie Allen's Soul Possessed, at the Kennedy Center, and at the Alliance Theater, co-starred in Jason Samuels Smith's TAAP in New York, and was a dancer in the series of the AMC TV Cool Women. She also taught at the Broadway Dance Center and spent summers teaching dance at P. Diddy's summer camp and at the Dance Institute and the Debbie Allen Texas Academy and Los Angeles (respectively). \n Graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Film Studies, Chloe's leadership education was continued by Television Director Debbie Allen. Chloe directed the second unit of music videos for acclaimed director Melina\u02d0 Tambourine of Eve, Wow of Kylie Minogue, and Help of Lloyd Banks ft. Keri Hilson. She also directed Cuerpaso, a fitness video and pilot, the I Love Tap instructor DVD, and music videos for independent artists Choclatt and Tess. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Chloe Arnold\n\nThe Chloe Arnold's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.