Chloe Lang remembers backstage of “LazyTown” and talks about “The Fifth Borough”

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Star of the “LazyTown” series, actress, singer and dancer Chloe Lang marked the childhood of several children with the character Stephanie, known for her pink style. Today, at the age of 16, she divides herself between a professional career as an actress and singer, making series such as “Doctors” (BBC One) and “Brooke & Carly”, as well as other film and publicity work, “The Fifth Borough”, produced by Netflix and expected to launch in 2019.

In the middle of the music, Lang released his first single “Party Down the Road” in December of last year, and his second project will be released this month with the title of “I Will not Cry”.

When did your first contact with art happen?

I was six the first time I was on a film set and I immediately fell in love with it! It seems like forever ago and it has been nothing but fun to be involved in this world. I am currently represented by Innovative Artists Agency as well as Prestige Management Group. I have been fortunate enough to work in TV, Film and Commercials and Print. My latest commercial was aired in August for JC Penney Back To School.

The year 2012 was when her breakthrough in entertainment came when she was cast as Stephanie in “LazyTown.” How was this selection process and your experiences behind the scenes?

In 2012, when I was 10, I auditioned for LazyTown in NYC. After a few rounds of auditions I was offered the role of Stephanie. I moved to Reykjavik, Iceland for the production of season 3 and 4. It was a tremendous amount of work which left me with amazing experiences and lasting friendships.

What is being prepared for “The Fifth Borough”?

In October, I will begin filming The Fifth Borough which is a Netflix film. It was inspired by the heroin epidemic on Staten Island , NY. It is like ‘The Departed” meets “The Sopranos” and one man’s struggle to do whatever he can for his family no matter the cost. It is slated to be released in late spring 2019.

What inspired the idea of ​​releasing the single “Party Down The Road”, and how was your production?

I began singing when I was 6 and began publicly performing at the age of 7 It wasn’t until I was 13 that I became interested recording and making music videos. Party Down The Road was my first single that I released. It was written and produced by Jim Camacho. I had a handful of friends who were interested in being in the music video which made it alot of fun to film. I am releasing “I Won’t Cry” music video on Sunday October 7. This was written and produced by Joey Benjamins I am super excited to share it with you all!

When did your relationship with dance begin?

I started dancing when I was two and starting competing in dance at the age of five. Dance has connected me with so many people and places throughout my life both nationally and internationally. I am currently on my high school dance team. We have won the state championships for 11 times! When the team season is over I begin my training for my solo and I complete regionally.

What did Stephanie bring and how is she represented today in her life?

I have had numerous opportunities to use my role as Stephanie to help others. This perhaps has been the single biggest blessing that has come from this role and is the reason why the role of Stephanie is still with me today. I currently just returned from Puerto Rico where I traveled with my sister and friend to teach dance to a studio there. They are just getting back on their feet from the hurricanes in 2017 and we were blessed to be able to bring them a day of happiness and dance.

In 2017, I was approached by Chris Crow and Mani Svavarsson to sing a LazyTown fan song. This was done in Iceland and I was happy to be a part of it! Check it out on You Tube ..LazyTown Forever.

One of the curiosities of the series was that the only humans in the series were you, Magnús Scheving, and Stefan Karl Stefánsson. The fact that the other characters were puppets, did the interaction cause any difficulty at the time of filming?

My initial challenge was learning to navigate the catwalks flawlessly and safely. I also had to learn to work with puppets This was pretty cool because although I was speaking into the eyeline of a puppet, their voices and movements were done by the puppeteers that were below me. I initially wanted to look down to speak with the puppeteers! Everyone of the cast and crew were top notch professionals and working with them made it easy to conquer any challenges. Working and developing a friendship with Stefan Karl (aka Robbie Rotten) was unforgettable. I, along with his thousands of fans are so saddened by his death.

How did you share the character with Julianna Mauriello?

My experience as Stephanie is still with me today. I am aware that such a beloved character was only shared by two people, myself and Julianna Rose Mauriello, and together 4 great seasons were created. The two of us met in 2016 and together we were part of a Go Fund Me page for Stefan Karl and his family.

Leave a message for Brazil.

Thank you from my heart for all you love and support! I I would love to visit soon!! Perhaps with the collaboration of Luca this can happen! A fast fact for you all is that my family speaks Portuguese in our home!

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