Clea DuVall
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Birth Name: Clea Helen D'Etienne DuVall

Date of Birth: September 25, 1977

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, USA

Occupation: Actress

Height: 5' 5"

Best Known For: The Faculty and HBO's Carnivàle

Clea DuVall Biography

Clea DuVall was born on September 25, 1977, in Los Angeles, California, to Stephen DuVall and Rosemary Hatch. Her parents divorced when she was 12 years old, and her mother later remarried. DuVall dropped out of high school and got an apartment, during a time of tension at her mother's house. DuVall later returned to high school, and attended Los Angeles High School of the Arts, but continued to live on her own.

After graduating in June 1995, DuVall began auditioning and winning guest roles on television shows, including ER and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her first movie role was a supporting character in 1996's horror flick Little Witches. 1998 was a big year for DuVall as she won parts in three mainstream films: Girl with Dominique Swain and Sean Patrick Flanery, the hit teen romantic comedy Can't Hardly Wait starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, and she was cast in a lead role in The Faculty.

In 1999, DuVall took a small part in She's All That to support her real life friend Rachael Leigh Cook, in her first starring role. That same year, she appeared in the sci-fi thriller The Astronaut's Wife with Charlize Theron and Johnny Depp, followed by a starring role in the lesbian comedy But I'm a Cheerleader opposite Natasha Lyonne. She played a lesbian again that year in Girl, Interrupted with Angelina Jolie and Winona Ryder.

DuVall was next seen in the Heather Graham comedy Committed in 2000, followed by playing the lead in the independent feature See Jane Run in 2001. That same year she appeared in the sci-fi horror film Ghosts of Mars, and she played a house cleaner in Thirteen Conversations About One Thing. In 2002, DuVall contributed her talents to The Laramie Project, which was based on the events following the murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay teenager from Laramie, Wyoming.

In 2002, DuVall was praised for her performance in the indie film The Slaughter Rule, in which she played a seductive bartender. The following year, she acted alongside John Cusack, Amanda Peet, and Ray Liotta in the mystery thriller Identity, and played the sister of Naomi Watts in the award winning drama 21 Grams. DuVall also won the part of a lifetime in 2003, playing a lead in the HBO fantasy drama Carnivàle. She played Sofie, a tarot card reader/psychic traveling with a carnival in the 1930s. The show was cancelled in 2005, disappointing many fans, as the show left many questions unanswered.

In 2004, she had a supporting role in The Grudge playing one of the people who falls prey to a violent curse on a Japanese home. In 2006, she appeared in the limited release Champions, and guest starred in episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Heroes. DuVall will next be seen in the dramedy Two Weeks at the end of 2006, in Zodiac with Jake Gyllenhaal, star in the comedy Itty Bitty Titty Committee, Ten Inch Hero with Sean Patrick Flanery, and the thriller, Anamorph, all in 2007.
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"People are kind of seeing that it is okay to just be attracted to a person and not so much a body. For some people, that is more (honest) than just "gay" or "straight." I think there is an in-between. I think bisexuality is frowned upon for a lot of different reasons. But I don't like any of those words. I don't like any of those labels. I think they're limiting."

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