Clea DuVall biography

Clea DuVall

Birth Name: Clea Helen D'etienne DuVall

Date of Birth: September 25, 1977

So far, not attending college hasn't hurt Clea DuVall's career in the least. In only a few years, she has managed to carve out a niche for herself as the "outsider", but as her career blossoms we can expect much more from this young actress.

As with most actors her age, she started off making guest appearances on a variety of television shows, including two episodes of ER. Next up for the Los Angeles born DuVall were some very minor walk-on roles in films like Can't Hardly Wait and She's All That. For television, her credits include appearances on the series Dangerous Minds and Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.

Duvall first gained recognition in the independent feature How To Make the Cruelest Month, one of 16 films in dramatic competition at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival. But it was The Faculty, the collaborative effort of screenwriter Kevin Williamson and director Robert Rodriguez, which really marked DuVall's debut. As the gothgirl named Stokely, she managed to stand out in a cast full of pretty young faces.

DuVall next starred in the comedy But I'm A Cheerleader opposite Natasha Lyonne. She played a cameo role in Committed with Heather Graham and the title role in the dark comedy See Jane Run. Currently, she stars as FBI Agent Audrey Hanson in the hit TV drama Heroes.

Filmography:

The Killing Room (2008)
Passengers(2008)
Anamorph(2007)
Ten Inch Hero (2007)
Zodiac(2007)
Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)
Two Weeks (2006)
Champions (2006)
The Grudge(2004)
21 Grams(2003)
Identity(2003)
Thirteen Conversations About One Thing(2001)
The Slaughter Rule (2001)
Sorority Rule (2001)
Ghosts of Mars (2001)
See Jane Run (2000)
Committed(2000)
But I'm A Cheerleader(2000)
Girl, Interrupted(1999)
The Astronaut's Wife(1999)
Girl (1999)
She's All That(1999)
How to Make the Cruelest Month (1999)
Wild Flowers (1999)
The Faculty(1998)
Can't Hardly Wait(1998)
Sleeping Beauties (1998)
The Alarmist (1998)
Niagara, Niagara (1997)
Little Witches (1996)

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