|Date of Birth:||1984 September 17|
|Age:||33 years old|
|education||Joanne Barron/D.W. Brown Acting Studio|
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Cleo Cole Elliott is a musician, well known for being the only child to Katharine Ross and Sam Elliot. Cleo Rose Elliott was born on September 17, 1984, in Malibu, California. Her parents are prominent names in the Hollywood industry, who met when they co-starred in the 1978 film "The Legacy". The couple married in 1984 and at the same years, Cleo Rose Elliott was born.
Cleo Cole Elliott is the granddaughter of Dudley Ross and Katharine W. Hall. Encouraged by her grandmother, she has been singing since she was a young child. She prefers live performance to recording. As the only child, Elliott learned to play the flute and some guitar in school but always thought of herself primarily as a singer. She revealed her parents always encouraged her musical goals.
Cleo started studying singing, especially focusing on Italian opera, in 2002, under the teachings of Charity Chapman. Cleo started her modeling career with a live hair styling show for "SEXYHAIR" in 2003. In 2006, she graduated for the Joanne Barron/D.W. Brown Acting Studio. After three years of her graduation, she found herself training as a classical singer with teacher Charity Chapman. She stated "Classical opera is the best way to warm up your voice for singing rock," Elliott said. "You don't want to lose your voice rocking out."
She has photographed along with her parents for Malibu Times Magazine on July 29, 2013, in Malibu, California. She also posed with her father at the 2013 Creative Arts Emmy Awards which was held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on September 15, 2013, in Los Angeles, California.
According to Malibu Times, on 31, 2008, she revealed that she will be releasing her first solo CD at the end of January, entitled "No More Lies". She was influenced by her polar-opposite musical training and preferences. Elliott said, "The sound is very pop rock, but I'm really into heavy hard rock." She also said,"The song is about love, of course, and finding love and losing it but it is not about one specific person."
Elliott represents a rich source of new, young music coming out of Malibu, with bands like 2 Cents and Tin Horn, and artists like Shwayze receiving industry notice. She lists Guns 'n' Roses, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix alongside such musicians as Fiona Apple and Sheryl Crow as guiding her musical zeitgeist.
Elliott announced that she is becoming a member of The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and they are figuring out how to distribute it. She said, "It was great working with them because we have such chemistry together." Elliott wrote all but one song on her album and was ready to produce when Chapman introduced her to producer Bobby Harbry. They are deep into mixing and plan to release the album at the end of January. She added, " I was really lucky to hook up with such professionals as Charity and Bobby."
Cleo Cole Elliot faced the controversy when her mother Katharine claimed, Cleo used to abuse her emotionally and verbally since she was a little girl. She also began to increase violent as she grew.
On March 2, 2011, Cleo was out of control and told her mother that she wanted to kill her. She began to kick the cupboard door in the kitchen and started to follow her mother around the house. At that time her mother wanted to call the police but she cut the telephone line with the scissors and threatened to poke her eye with the scissor on her right arm for six times.
Therefore, her mother filed the protective order on March 30, 2011. Cleo got an order to stay at least 100 yards away from her mother, her house, car, and workplace and is to be accompanied by the police officer if she has to go to a house to collect her belongings. The incident took place when Cleo aged 26 and has not disclosed what had caused the incident to occur.