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Chloe Coleman

Whether she is exploring Pandora, longing for her father to return from a trip to prehistoric planet earth, or surviving in a world where slaying dragons is a regular occurrence, Chloe Coleman is an up-and-coming actress you will see on the silver screen. 

Coleman talked to NYOTA about choosing projects for auditions, working with Directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods in 65, and playing a weekly game of D&D with Dungeon Master Simon Alexander. 







NYOTA’S December Issue

The Music Issue

“I think music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.” – Billy Joel

As the year ends, it felt only fitting to wrap things up with our annual music issue, even if it’s a bit smaller than usual, because, as Billy Joel says, “music in itself is healing.” As you read through the interviews, articles, and the various #2022Wrapped features, I hope you feel inspired to put on your favorite record or buy tickets to that concert you’ve been thinking about because there’s truly nothing better than a good song. 




NYOTA from its inception has focused on featuring emerging stars in music, fashion, and culture that we believe should be on your radar. Our Star Power issues will give you a more in-depth look at an emerging star’s life and introduce you to other young people doing amazing things in their respective fields. Check out our two most recent issues below. 

Kaylee Lauren

We got to chat with singer/songwriter Kaylee Lauren about her song “My Heart’s Not Yours,” her musical inspirations, and writing lyrics based on personal experiences.

Dai Time

We got to chat with teen influencer Dai Time about summer beauty trends, her Snapchat show, and her advice for aspiring content creators.

Bria Danielle Singleton

Bria Danielle Singleton can currently be seen playing Bobbi Kristina in the Whitney Houston biopic I Wanna Dance with Somebody. Singleton talked to NYOTA about taking on such a daunting role, working closely with Naomi Ackie, and her advice for aspiring actors.

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