Chlöe Bailey Secures Role In High School Drama Film, 'Jane'

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Halle Bailey may have just wrapped up her first leading role in a major film and reunited with her sister, but the two may be split apart again in the near future. Grown-ish Chlöe Bailey has secured a key role in the upcoming high school drama film, Jane. Under the direction of Sabrina Jaglom and Rishi Rajani, the GRAMMY-nominated artist will star alongside Chloe Yu, Nina Bloomgarden, Melissa Leo, Ian Owens and Kerri Medders.

"The film centers on a seemingly perfect high school senior, Olivia, who struggles with grief from the recent loss of a friend. When she gets deferred from her dream college, she begins to spiral and experiences a series of increasingly frightening panic attacks," the film's description stated.

"In an attempt to regain some sense of control, she embarks on a social media-fueled rampage against those that stand in the way of her success but, as things escalate, she is forced to confront – and ultimately embrace – her darkest impulses in order to get ahead."

Chlöe Bailey is gearing up for one of the more eventful stretches of her solo career thus far. Recently, she landed on the Lights On Festival lineup as a solo act alongside 6LACK, Maxwell, Lucky Daye, H.E.R and several other stars. In addition, she has been spotted in the studio with several acts like Yung Bleu, 6LACK and Murda Beatz. Coming out of those sessions, she has teased a new single called "Have Mercy" produced by Murda Beatz. Not to mention, she's currently starring as Jazz Forrester in Grown-ish and she's set to appear in the upcoming horror film, The Georgetown Project.

"A troubled actor begins to unravel while shooting a horror film. His estranged daughter wonders if he's slipping back into his past addictions or if there's something more sinister at play," The Georgetown Project description reads.

Simply put, Chlöe Bailey is booked and busy. We love to see it!

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