From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chloe Webb (born June 25, 1956) is an American actress. Webb was born in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York. Her New York theater debut was in the original cast of the long-running musical satire Forbidden Broadway. She received Best Actress award from the National Society of Film Critics for her film debut in the 1986 cult classic feature film Sid and Nancy, which was based on the relationship of the Sex Pistols bassist, Sid Vicious, and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen. Many independent films followed, most recently the film Repo Chick, directed by Alex Cox. Two decades of spoken word and performance art include highlights including Hal Willners Poe Show at St. Annes Episcopal Church, De Sade,Burroughs,Poe with Sean Lennon, Steve Buscemi and Richard Hell at The ISSUE Project Room, Lou Reeds The Raven with Laurie Anderson and Fisher Stevens at St. Anns Warehouse and Lets Eat: Feasting on the Firesign Theatre at Royce Hall with John Goodman, Todd Rundgren and Ralph Carney. Webb directed the documentary Surfing Thru which debuted at Cannes and won Best Documentary Short at The Santa Cruz Film Festival and The Other Venice Film Festival. Webb may be better known to a larger American audience as a USO volunteer in the Emmy Nominated television series China Beach and as Danny DeVitos onscreen girlfriend in the 1988 movie Twins. Webb also played the part of Mona Ramsey in the PBS adaptation of Armistead Maupins Tales of the City.