Welcome to Clea DuVall Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress and director Clea DuVall. Clea has been in movies such as "The Faculty", "Identity", "Ten Inch Hero", "Argo", "Lizzie Borden Took an Ax" and "All About Nina". She has also been in TV Shows like "Carnivàle", "Heroes", "American Horror Story", "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles", "Veep" and "The Handmaid's Tale". She produced and acted in "The Intervention". She also produced "Happiest Season" and will be producing the upcoming IMDb TV's "High School". This site is online to show our support to the actress and director Clea DuVall, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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Veronique • October 3rd, 2021
Female Creative Breakthrough Achievements Talk Influences and Challenges

Some of the busiest female creatives discussed their influences, achievements and challenges at Variety’s virtual Power of Women Summit, presented by Lifetime.

The conversation “Female Creative Breakthrough Achievements” included Clea Duvall, Kay Cannon, Leslye Headland, Christina M. Kim, Lisa Ling and Karin Gist.
Source: Variety.com

Veronique • June 21st, 2021
TIFF: In Conversation With… Clea DuVall

Actor, writer, director, and producer Clea DuVall has portrayed some of the most beloved and memorable queer characters in film and television, starring in such wide-ranging projects as But I’m a Cheerleader, American Horror Story, Veep, and The Handmaid’s Tale. As we celebrate Pride Month, DuVall joins us for a conversation about LGBTQ+ representation and her desire to tell authentic queer stories both in front of and behind the camera; her feature directorial debut, Intervention; the holiday rom-com Happiest Season; and her highly-anticipated TV adaptation of Tegan and Sara’s memoir, High School.

Tune in at 7pm EDT on Wednesday, June 23. Streaming simultaneously on TIFF’s Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube channels.

Source: Tiff.net

Veronique • June 17th, 2021
The Late Late Show with James Corden

Veronique • June 13th, 2021
Clea DuVall on 25 Years in Hollywood: ‘I’ve Learned to Be the Source of My Own Happiness’

“You think you sort of have it figured out, and then things change,” the actress tells PEOPLE

With 25 years of experience in Hollywood, Clea DuVall has plenty of wisdom to share.

In this week’s issue of PEOPLE, the actress, 43, reflects on her time in the industry: the good, the bad, and the lessons learned.

“I was very shy and wasn’t really comfortable letting myself be completely open,” says DuVall, who rose to fame in the late 1990s, appearing in Girl, Interrupted alongside Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. “I always felt like there was a part of me holding back, and that’s probably why I ended up in more serious roles.”

These days, she’s having more fun. DuVall — who came out as a lesbian in 2016 and revealed last year that she’s happily married — wrote and directed the 2020 queer holiday romantic comedy Happiest Season.

Currently, she executive produces, writes for and lends her voice to the new animated comedy series HouseBroken, about a therapy dog, airing Mondays on Fox.

“The cast is incredible,” DuVall says. “There are so many things I love about the show. I mean, as a creator, I love the freedom you have in animation, and how you can really just let your imagination go and do anything.”

At this stage in her career, DuVall has learned to go with the flow — and roll with the punches.

“Life is always changing,” says DuVall. “You think you sort of have it figured out, and then things change. But I think what you sort of learn is that there is no constant. It’s never going to be any one way for that long a period of time. So it makes the bad times not seem as bad, and it makes you appreciate the good times more when they’re there because, who knows, anything can happen.”

“You get more comfortable with yourself, so it’s easier to be more open, try new things and not be afraid to look silly,” she adds. “I’ve learned to be the source of my own happiness.”

HouseBroken airs Mondays (9 p.m. ET) on FOX.

Source: People.com

Veronique • May 30th, 2021
Housebroken video interviews


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High School (TV Series)
Clea is the writer & director on this project

Based on the autobiographical book High School by Tegan and Sara.
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