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Also Known As: Clea Du Vall, Clea Helen D'Etienne Duvall, Clea Duval Died:
Born: September 25, 1977 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: California, USA Profession: actress

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Since her debut in the little seen "Little Witches", (1996) prolific actress Clea DuVall has racked up an impressive number of film credits in a short time. The sandy-haired, freckled player gave a spirited comic performance as the star of the quirky independent feature "How to Make the Cruelest Month", which made the festival circuit in 1998. As Bell Bryant, a young woman desperate to fall in love and determined to quit smoking who reaches a crossroads in her life that coincides with the new year, DuVall won acclaim for her work as the intensely neurotic heroine. Generally cast in roles that downplay her average looks, DuVall, like many enduring actresses before her, has made a name based on her skill and dynamic presence rather than her pretty face.

Since her debut in the little seen "Little Witches", (1996) prolific actress Clea DuVall has racked up an impressive number of film credits in a short time. The sandy-haired, freckled player gave a spirited comic performance as the star of the quirky independent feature "How to Make the Cruelest Month", which made the festival circuit in 1998. As Bell Bryant, a young woman desperate to fall in love and determined to quit smoking who reaches a crossroads in her life that coincides with the new year, DuVall won acclaim for her work as the intensely neurotic heroine. Generally cast in roles that downplay her average looks, DuVall, like many enduring actresses before her, has made a name based on her skill and dynamic presence rather than her pretty face.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 In Security (2014)
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 Argo (2012)
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 Conviction (2010)
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 Anamorph (2008)
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 Passengers (2008)
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 Watch, The (2008)
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1996:
Appeared as one of a group of Catholic schoolgirls interested in the occult in "Little Witches"
1997:
Made TV debut with appearances on NBC's "ER" and The WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
1998:
Starring debut, "How to Make the Cruelest Month"; film shown at Sundance Film Festival
1998:
Acted in Jamie Babbit's short "Sleeping Beauties"
1998:
Appeared in teen comedy "Can't Hardly Wait"
1998:
Co-starred in the horror flick "The Faculty"
1999:
Landed featured role opposite Wynona Ryder and Angelina Jolie in "Girl, Interrupted"
2000:
Cast as a lesbian in the comedy "But I'm a Cheerleader"
2001:
Portrayed a futuristic prison guard in "John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars"
2001:
Acted in "13 Conversations About One Thing"; film screened at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival
2002:
Cast in featured role in the Sundance film "The Slaughter Rule"
2002:
Appeared in "The Laramie Project," the HBO adaptation of Moises Kaufman's stage drama about the aftermath of the Matthew Shepard murder
2002:
Filmed mystery movie "I.D." with John Cusack and Ray Liotta
2003:
Cast in the feature "The Slaughter Rule"
2003:
Played fortune teller Sofie on HBO's Emmy Award-winning series "Carnivàle"
2004:
Cast opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar in the thriller "The Grudge"
2006:
Cast in recurring role as an FBI agent on the NBC drama series "Heroes"
2008:
Co-starred with Willem Dafoe in independent feature "Anamorph"
2010:
Guest starred on NBC's "The Event"
2012:
Cast in political thriller "Argo," directed by Ben Affleck
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Education

Los Angeles County High School of the Arts: Los Angeles , California -

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