Clea DuVall Age Biography, Height, Wiki, Net Worth
Clea DuVall Age Biography
Clea DuVall Age Biography: Clea Helen D’Etienne DuVall is an accomplished American actress, playwright, producer, and director. She was born and raised in the state of California. Her performance in Zodiac (2007) and Conviction is widely regarded as the highlight of her career (2010).
Clea DuVall Age
Her birthday is September 25th, and she was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States.
Clea DuVall Education:
She attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts for her secondary schooling.
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Clea DuVall Age Biography, Stats on Height, Weight & Career:
Little Witches was the film that marked DuVall’s first professional appearance (1996). In addition, she appeared in the spoof movie Can’t Hardly Wait as one of the supporting characters (1998). In addition to that, she appeared as a guest star on an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005). In light of the Iran prisoner crises, Ben Affleck’s film Argo, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2012, included her as a co-star. Cora Lijek, a Japanese-American who was one of six American negotiators sheltered from Iran in 1980 and played by DuVall, was one of the characters that DuVall portrayed in the film. She was nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards due to the excellence of her performance.
She then performed the character once again for the limited production of The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (2015). In 2016, DuVall made her television debut in the parody programme The Intervention, which she also wrote and developed. DuVall made her debut in the role of an actress. The movie had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2016, and Paramount Pictures eventually acquired the rights to distribute it. The Intervention received favourable feedback from respondents. In the year 2018, DuVall appeared in an episode of the dramatisation arrangement The Handmaid’s Tale that was shown on Hulu. In addition, she played the role of Nina in the independent comedy film All About Nina, with Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Clea DuVall Movies List:
Kelsey Penning’s Little Witches (from 1996) and The Alarmist (1997) (Suzy) Niagara, Niagara (1997) (An employee at a convenience shop)
How to Make November the Most Cruel Month (1998)
Girl (1998) (1998) (Gillian) Almost Too Excited to Wait (1998) (Jana) The Professoriate (1998) (Stokely Mitchell, also known as Stokes)
A Life That Is Falling Apart (1999) (Nurse) She’s the Whole Package (1999) (Misty) Flowers of the Wild (1999) (Cally)
Sleeping Beauties (Clea)
The Spouse of an Astronaut (1999) However, I am a cheerleader, (Nan) (1999) (Graham Eaton)
Girl, Interrupted (Georgina Tuskin)
Committed (2000) (2000) Bear to the Right (2000), directed by Mimi (Waitress)
See Jane Run (Jane Whittaker)
Phantoms from Mars (2001) (Bashira Kincaid)
Thirteen Different Discussions Regarding the Same Topic (2001) (Bea) Instructions on How to Create a Monster (2001)
The Rule Regarding Slaughter (2002) (Skyla Sisco)
Ginny Isiana’s Identity (2003) and 21 Grams are both great songs (2003) The Grudge (2004), starring Claudia Black (Jennifer Williams)
Two Weeks Katrina Champions, Billy Zodiac, Linda del Buono Ten Inch Hero, (Jen) Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007) (Singer) Anamorph (2007) (Submitted by Sandy Strickland)
Passengers (2008) (2008) The Killing Room, as told by Shannon (2009) (Kerry Isalano) Guilty as charged (2010) Lez Marsh (Brenda Marsh) Chat (2010) (Librarian)
Argo (2012) (2012) (Cora Lijek) Armed Response (2013) (Lena) Jackie & Ryan (2014) (Virginia) Zen Dog (2014) Fresno-dependent (Marlene Meeks) addicted to the city (2015) (Regina) The Involvement of the Intervention (2016) (Jessie) Heaven’s Floor (2016) All about Nina, as told by Julia (2018) (Paula) Happiest Season (2020)
Dangerous Minds is a television show (1996) (Nina) ER (1997) (Katie Reed)
A Place of Crisis (1997) (Laura Thomas)
Buffy, the Original Slayer of Vampires (1997) (Marcie Ross)
At the Quaint Fringe of Childhood (1997) (Ann) The Defenders: Payback (1997) (Jessica Lane) Popular (2000) The Fugitive (written by Wanda Ricketts) (2001) (Lynette Hennessy)
The Art of Creating a Monster (2001) (Laura) The Laramie Project (2002) Carnivàle, by Amanda Gronich (2003-2005) (Sofie Agnesh Bojakshiya) Helter Skelter (2004) (Linda Kasabian)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005) (Abigail Spencer) Dads with their little boys (2005) (Laura) \sHeroes (2006-2007) (2006-2007) (Audrey Hanson) On the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy (2008) Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (2008) (Mia Latimer) The Watch (Jennifer Robinson) (2008) Virtuality was written by Cassie in 2009, while Saving Grace was written by Sue Parsons (2009) (Maura Darrell) Lie to Me (2009) (Michelle Russell) Professional Activity in a Private Setting (2010) (Natasha) Bones (2010) (McKenna Grant) Numbers (2010) (Melanie Bailey)
Law & Order (Amanda Green)
The Occurrence (2010-2011) (Maya)
CSI: Miami (Lyla Moore)
And the Baby Will Get Hurt (2011) (Melinda White)
Asylum is a season of American Horror Story (2012-13) (Written by Wendy Peyser)
The Press Conference (2014) (She is Lilly Hart)
Control of Animals in Brooklyn (2016) (Madeleine Holmlund)
The Fresh Girl (2016) (Camilla) Veep (2016-19) (Marjorie Palmiotti)
Take My Wife (2018)
The tale told by the Handmaids (2018-19) (Sylvia) The Romanovs and the Romanoffs (2018) (Patricia Callahan)
The 2019 season of Broad City (Lesley Marnel)
Awards given out by the Screen Actors Guild
As of the year 2022, it is anticipated that Clea DuVall will have amassed a net worth of $1.5 Million Dollars.
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