Kiera Chaplin has graced the covers of Town & Country and Harper’s Bazaar as well as the pages of fashion and gossip magazines worldwide. This young lady is genuine “Hollywood Royalty,” with a grade “A” artistic DNA heritage, as a granddaughter of film legend Charlie Chaplin and Oona O’Neill, and a great-granddaughter of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning playwright Eugene O’Neill.
Kiera began her modeling career in New York as a teenager, where she began gracing the pages of high fashion magazines such as: Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle Magazine. She has appeared in various ad campaigns such as United colors of Benetton, Tommy Hilfiger, Asprey, Hogan by Karl Lagerfeld, Armani Exchange, and has even appeared in the Pirelli Calendar shot by Peter Lindberg.
Miss Chaplin has shot with many of the fashion industry’s top photographers during her time as a model: Bruce Weber, Herb Ritz, Greg Kadel, Mario Testino, Pamela Hanson, Michel Compte, Inez and Vinoodh and Karl Lagerfeld. FHM magazine named Kiera 17th most eligible woman on their list and GQ gave her the 7th spot on the “100 sexiest woman” list. Recently Kiera has collaborated with Hogan Rebel and designed a limited edition sneaker for them, making her mark in the fashion world that much stronger.
Kiera Chaplin has starred in a number of movies such as “The Importance of Being Ernest” featuring Reese Witherspoon, Ruppert Everett, Judy Dench and Colin Firth. She has also appeared in “The Year that Trembled” directed by Jay Craven, “Japan” featuring Peter Fonda, and “Chaurahen” directed by Rajshree Ojha. Her most recent movie was "Interno Giorno”, directed by Tommaso Rossellini, which also stars the great actress Fanny Ardant.
Since 2011, Kiera has been highly involved with the Film Society Lincoln Center’s annual Chaplin Award Gala. In recent years the Chaplin Award has gone to Helen Mirren, Robert De Niro, and Morgan Freeman to name a few. The Gala helps raise funds helping to support the organization’s ongoing work to enhance the awareness, accessibility, and understanding of the art of cinema.
Kiera’s next stop is to expand the Chaplin Award Gala to India, Russia as well as China in 2019.