A graduate of the École supérieure de théâtre de l’UQAM, Chloé Barshee has extensive stage experience. She is the co-founder of the collective Grande Surface, with which she presented the play Et quand vient le silence at Théâtre La Chapelle in 2015. She is also the co-founder of Théâtre Everest, creator of the play Bâtardes, which was presented at MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) in 2018 and revived for a tour of cultural centres in Quebec and as part of the Rencontre Théâtre Ados festival. In 2017, she played Adsila in the play Molière, Shakespeare et moi at the Théâtre du Rideau Vert. Her talent also earned her the role of La Muse in the play Nous serons éternels, presented in April 2019 at Théâtre Lachapelle, directed by Patrick R. Lacharité. In 2020, she appeared in Guide d’éducation sexuelle pour le nouveau millénaire (Théâtre Denise-Pelletier) and Splendide jeunesse (Théâtre aux Écuries). Her television credits include the series Épidémie, broadcast on TVA in 2020. She also appeared in the series Toute la vie and District 31. In 2021, Chloé landed a leading role in the series N.O.U.S.