Chloe Rickard is one of Australia’s most dynamic and innovative comedy producers. A Partner and Chief Operating Officer at Jungle Entertainment, Mumbrella’s Production Company of the Year in 2017, she has produced Squinters and Sando, both for the ABC and with international market airing in early 2018; two seasons of Here Come the Habibs (Nine Network); No Activity (Stan’s first original commission, US remake by CBS All Access) and Soul Mates (ABC/NBC Universal); along with The Moodys, A Moody Christmas, Elegant Gentlemen’s Guide to Knife Fighting, and over 200 television commercials.
Chloe is currently developing the feature films The Murderous Urges of Ordinary Women, The Hitchhiker and Croak, along with the dramedy series Holy Cow, all funded by Screen Australia.
Chloe heads up Jungle Entertainment’s Sheena and The Jungle Collective initiatives. Sheena advances female writers and directors through targeted attachments with credit outcomes and The Jungle Collective is a showrunner development initiative that supports significant emerging creators to take a leadership role and ownership in the projects they develop with Jungle Entertainment.
Chloe was a recipient of Screen Australia’s Enterprise Growth program with the Van Vuuren Bros. and in 2015 gained her Masters of Screen Arts & Business from AFTRS, in which she was awarded the Foxtel New Media Innovation Prize and the Wake In Fright Prize for the best thesis.
Chloe is a member of the Screen Tasmania Advisory Board, as appointed by the Minister for the Arts.