Clea Duvall Bio, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Film Series, and Awards

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Clea Duvall Biography

A native of Los Angeles, California, United States, Clea Duvall is a popular American director, writer, producer, and actress. She is well-known for her impressions in the films The Faculty, She’s All That; But I’m a Cheerleader; Girl, Interrupted; Identity, Zodiac, Conviction, Argo, 21 Grams, and The Grudge.

Clea Duvall Age

Duvall is 44 years old as of 2021. She was born on 25 September 1977 in Los Angeles, California, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 25 September every year.

Clea Duvall Height

Duvall stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches(1.65m) tall and weighs 60 kg(132 pounds).

Clea Duvall Education

Duvall once worked in a coffee shop and studied at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts which trained her to try her hand in the entertainment industry.

Clea Duvall Family

Duvall was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the United States by her parents  Stephen DuVall, who is also an actor, and Rosemary Hatch. Information regarding her siblings is publicly not known. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.

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Clea Duvall Girlfriend

DuVall identifies as lesbian and a firm supporter of LGBTQ. On social media, she revealed that she first came out to her mother.

She was last pictured with her girlfriend in December 2014. Like most of her early life, she prefers to keep her idealistic life and relationships out of the public eyes. She is presently thought to be single, unmarried, sans wife and children.

Clea Duvall Net Worth

DuVall has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

Clea Duvall Films Series

DuVall has starred in dozens of TV series as well as films. She has been credited with the films She’s All That (1999), Interrupted (1999), But I’m a Cheerleader (1999), Wildflowers (1999), Girl, The Grudge (2004), Passengers (2008), Argo (2012), Heaven’s Floor (2016).

Her directional debut was the 2016 film The Intervention, which she also directed, wrote, produced as well as starred in. She is the co-writer and director of the 2020 film Happiest Season.

She has worked in dozens of TV series. She portrayed characters in the episode(s) of Carnivàle (2003-2005), Heros (2006-2007), Grey’s Anatomy (2008), Private Practice (2010), Bones (2010), CSI: Miami (2011), The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (2015), Veep (2016-2019), The Handmaid’s Tale (2018-2019), etc.

She has also worked in the TV films On the Edge of Innocence (1997), How to Make a Monster (2001), The Laramie Project (2002), The Watch (2008), and Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (2014), among others.

Clea Duvall Awards

For Duvalls work as an actress, she has been nominated for three Screen Actors Guild Awards, among which she won two- one in 2013 and the other in 2018. She has also won Hollywood Film Awards (2012) and acquired an award nomination at Sundance Film Festival (2016).

Clea Duvall Career

DuVall made her debut in the low-budget horror film Little Witches (1996). This was followed by roles in several independent films and guest appearances on episodes of ER and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, before her breakthrough in 1998 as a goth high school student in Robert Rodriguez’s The Faculty. She also had a supporting role in the cult teen comedy Can’t Wait (1998), which included appearances by Jason Segel and Selma Blair before they were well-known.

In 1999, she had prominent roles in several films, including The Astronaut’s Wife alongside Johnny Depp; Girl Interrupted opposite Winona Ryder; the hit romantic comedy She’s All That; and the independent features Wildflowers and But I’m a Cheerleader. For her performance in Wildflowers, DuVall received rave reviews from critics. The latter film, in which she played a lesbian undergoing conversion therapy, has since developed a cult following and is often cited as a favorite among fans of LGBT cinema.

she emerged in the thrillers Anamorph (2007), with Willem Dafoe; Passengers (2008), with Anne Hathaway; and The Killing Room (2009), with Chloë Sevigny. This was followed by guest roles on Lie to Me (2009), Numb3rsBones, and Law & Order (all 2010).

In 2012, she co-starred in the film Argo, based on the Iran hostage crisis. DuVall played Cora Amburn-Lijek, one of the six American diplomats rescued from Iran in 1980. She, along with the rest of the Argo cast, received the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Also in 2012, DuVall appeared in a recurring role on the second season of the FX anthology series American Horror Story, as Wendy Peyser.

In 2016, DuVall made her feature directorial debut with the comedy-drama The Intervention, which she also wrote, starred in, and produced. The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and was later acquired by Paramount Pictures. The Intervention received positive reviews; Andy Webster of The New York Times noted that “DuVall juggles the emotional dynamics with fluid editing and light comic touches”.The same year, she starred in the independent features Zen Dogs and Heaven’s Floor and guest-starred on AMC’s Better Call Saul.

Clea Duvall Tv Shows

  • Lizzie Borden Took an Ax 2014
  • Carnivàle 2003 – 2005
  • Better Call Saul Since 2015
  • The First Lady Since 2022
  • The Lizzie Borden Chronicles 2015
  • Veep 2012 – 2019
  • HouseBroken Since 2021
  • The Handmaid’s Tale Since 2017
  • American Horror Story Since 2011
  • The Watch 2008
  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer 1997 – 2003
  • And Baby Will Fall
  • Private Practice 2007 – 2013
  • The Event 2010 – 2011
  • The Newsroom 2012 – 2014
  • The Grudge: Extended Version HD
  • The Romanoffs 2018
  • FREE HBO: Carnivale 01 HD
  • Crisis Center 1997
  • Romi Park

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