Priscilla Faia is a Canadian film and television actress and former writer. She is best known for her roles in the short films After the Riots(2009) and Method (2013) and the 2010 television show Rookie Blue as the character Chloe Price. Her acting in Rookie Blue was nominated in 2014 for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series.
Born in Victoria, British Columbia Faia was signed by a talent agent at the age of 8 and began taking classes at the Screen Actors Studio in Victoria by the time she was 9. After moving to Vancouver at the age of 22 Faia found some acting work in commercials and a small role in the Steven Seagal miniseries True Justice. During this time she studied under Matthew Harrison at the Actor's Foundry.
Faia's first major role in television is the character Chloe Price in the TV series Rookie Blue. She debuted in the finale of the show's third season, when she got close with the character Dov (played by Gregory Smith) at a bar. She was then introduced in season 4's premiere as character Frank Best's (Lyriq Bent) goddaughter. She is now a recurring character on Rookie Blue, having remained into its sixth season. In the season finale of season 4 Faia's character Chloe Price was shot in the line of duty and had to fight for her life while her love, Dov, was at the side of her bed until her husband showed up, she didn't tell anyone about Dov staying with her. Chloe continued to fight for her life until the season premiere of season 5 when she woke up. After she got out of the hospital, Chloe and Dov's relationship was rocky while she was trying to divorce her ex-husband. In the season 5 finale, Dov does not talk to Chloe much and is angry with her because he found out that Chloe and her ex-husband kissed. When the season ended they were still a bit rough. In season 6 the episode Ninety Degrees Dov and Chloe decide to get back together.