It was in 2005 that Chloe Bridges‘ acting career started. Debuting as Zoey Moreno in the sitcom Freddie, this marked her first starring role on television. She reprised her role as a guest star in George Lopez. After the series ended, she landed the part of Tammy Anderson in the 2007 film The Longshots. She next appeared in an episode of Out of Jimmy’s Head, after which she starred as Ashley Meadows in the straight-to-video film Legally Blondes. Before the 2000s ended, she had a role in the feature film Forget Me Not.
In 2010, she played Dana Turner in the Disney TV movie Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. This was followed by a role in another TV movie Worst. Prom. Ever. Bridges then appeared as Alexis in 3 episodes of 90210, followed by one-time roles in Suburgatory and New Girl. She came to wider recognition for her role as Donna LaDonna in The CW’s The Carrie Diaries. At the same time, she starred in the TV movie Social Nightmare.
After The Carrie Diaries, she played Sydney Driscoll in Pretty Little Liars. The actress simultaneously had performances in the films Mantervention, The Final Girls, Nightlight, and Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. She also played recurring role Zita Cruz in MTV’s Faking It. In 2017, she starred as Kibby Ainsley in the comedy-drama Daytime Divas. Recently, she played Roxy in Netflix’s Insatiable and Tessa in the reboot of Charmed. Her latest film role was in 2018’s Game Over, Man!
Apart from following a healthy diet plan, Chloe Bridges stays in shape by being active too. As an actress, she naturally keeps her body moving by being on the go. She also exercises at home or in the gym whenever she has free time. When it comes to her fitness, the actress prefers doing simple workouts. She also loves to do exercises that she enjoys. “Peloton in the house and it’s such a part of my life now that I can no longer remember what I used to do before it existed,” said the actress.
“I’m someone who needs the structure of a class or the push of a trainer to really get a good workout, so the video classes on the Peloton have been a godsend for me. I always take Robin’s 45-minute classes because she is so motivational, makes it fun, and plays a lot of hip hop, which helps me get going in the morning.”