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Clea DuVall

Clea DuVallAKA Clea Helen D'etienne DuVall

Born: 25-Sep-1977
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Matter of Dispute
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Carnivale

Clea DuVall is an American actress of B-movie renown, on the cusp of A-. She usually plays tough as nails, semi-sneering, sexy women.

She was born and raised in Los Angeles, decided at 13 she wanted to be an actress, and attended the Los Angeles High School of the Arts. She appeared in numerous school plays, and even took acting lessons outside of school.

As her graduation approached, DuVall sent out her head shots and minimal résumé to agencies out of the phone book. "One agent called me," she says. "He was a drunk and I [signed] with him for a while. Then I met my manager and she introduced me to my current agent, and everything kind of happened from there."

Her first feature film was the gourmet cheesy Little Witches in 1996, wherein naughty naked girls at a Catholic boarding school dabble with witchcraft. Other Clea classics include How to Make the Cruelest Month (she played a neurotic who wants to fall in love and quit smoking), The Faculty (she was the geeky outcast who understood sci-fi), and But I'm A Cheerleader (she played Natasha Lyonne's roommate and love interest at the gay deprogramming center).

Her more prestigious films include The Laramie Project and The Grudge. She played a compulsive liar in Girl, Interrupted. She was also a tarot card reader in HBO's vivid Carnivŕle, and played an invisible girl in an early episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Father: Stephen DuVall
Mother: Rosemary Hatch

    High School: Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA (1995)

    (list:ew-2003-it) Carnivale Attraction
    Risk Factors: Dyslexia, Smoking

    Heroes FBI Agent Audrey Hanson (2006-07)
    Carnivale Sofie (2003-05)

    Addicted to Fresno (14-Mar-2015)
    Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (25-Jan-2014)
    Argo (31-Aug-2012)
    Conviction (11-Sep-2010) · Brenda Marsh
    Virtuality (26-Jun-2009)
    The Killing Room (16-Jan-2009)
    Passengers (26-Sep-2008)
    Anamorph (21-Sep-2007) · Sandy Strickland
    Ten Inch Hero (25-Apr-2007) · Jen
    Zodiac (2-Mar-2007)
    Two Weeks (20-Oct-2006) · Katrina
    The Grudge (22-Oct-2004) · Jennifer
    Helter Skelter (16-May-2004)
    21 Grams (5-Sep-2003)
    Identity (23-Apr-2003) · Ginny
    The Slaughter Rule (11-Jan-2002)
    The Laramie Project (10-Jan-2002) · Amanda Gronich
    How To Make a Monster (14-Oct-2001)
    Thirteen Conversations About One Thing (2-Sep-2001)
    Ghosts of Mars (24-Aug-2001) · Bashira Kincaid
    Committed (21-Jan-2000) · Mimi
    Girl, Interrupted (8-Dec-1999) · Georgina
    But I'm a Cheerleader (12-Sep-1999)
    The Astronaut's Wife (27-Aug-1999)
    Wildflowers (15-May-1999) · Cally
    She's All That (29-Jan-1999)
    A Slipping-Down Life (22-Jan-1999)
    The Faculty (12-Nov-1998) · Stokely
    Can't Hardly Wait (12-Jun-1998) · Jana
    Girl (16-May-1998)
    The Defenders: Payback (12-Oct-1997)
    The Alarmist (7-Sep-1997) · Suzy
    Niagara, Niagara (30-Aug-1997)
    On the Edge of Innocence (20-Apr-1997)
    Little Witches (23-Dec-1996)

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