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 • September 19th, 2021
‘Happiest Season’ Duo Clea DuVall & Mary Holland Reteam For ‘Day Job’ Comedy Series In The Works With Temple Hill & Lionsgate TV

Clea DuVall and Mary Holland, who co-wrote Kristen Stewart-fronted romantic comedy feature Happiest Season, are turning their attention to the small screen for their next project.

The pair are developing single-camera comedy series Day Job with Dave producer Temple Hill and Lionsgate TV.

The half-hour series, which the pair came up with while working on Happiest Season, follows a naive woman named Meg, who will be played by Holland, who is oblivious to the fact that she has never quite fit in with her wealthy, business-savvy family. When Meg is framed by her father for a white-collar crime she is not smart enough to commit, Meg attempts to sever ties with him and the rest of her family, and vows to start a new life without any of their help. Armed with zero life experience or skills, Meg joins the workforce and quickly discovers that the road to her fresh start is not going to be as smooth as she had hoped.

DuVall, who also created Fox animated series Housebroken, will write and direct the pilot. Temple Hill’s Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Isaac Klausner and Adam Fishbach will serve as executive producers alongside DuVall and Holland, and the project is set up at Lionsgate TV where Temple Hill has a first look television deal.

It comes after Happiest Season, which follows a woman who struggles to come out to her conservative parents at Christmas, became Hulu’s most-watched original movie to date.

DuVall is also writing, directing and exec producing IMDb TV’s High School and is filming Showtime’s The First Lady. Holland just wrapped Senior Year, which she stars in alongside Rebel Wilson, for Netflix, and will also star in the streamer’s The Woman In The House opposite Kristen Bell.

DuVall is repped by UTA and Ginsburg Daniels Kallis and Holland is repped by ICM Partners, Atlas Artists and Ziffren Brittenham.

Source: Deadline.com

Veronique • May 11th, 2021
Tegan and Sara ‘High School’ Series From Clea DuVall Greenlit at IMDb TV

Twin music duo Tegan and Sara’s best-selling memoir “High School” will be adapted as an original series for Amazon’s IMDb TV free, ad-supported streaming service.

The show, announced as part of Amazon’s first-ever NewFronts presentation Monday, will be executive produced by identical twins Tegan and Sara and writer-director-actor Clea DuVall.

“High School” is a coming-of-age scripted series described as “a transcendent story of first loves and first songs.” The series, to stream exclusively on IMDb TV, is produced by Amazon Studios and Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment.

News of the Tegan and Sara project for IMDb TV comes after IMDb TV also announced orders for a half-hour crime drama from Dick Wolf, docuseries “Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary” and a home-design series with interior designer Jeff Lewis; and five originals in development, including coming-of-age comedy “Primo” from “The Good Place” creator Michael Schur and author Shea Serrano.

“‘High School’ is a story about finding your own identity — a journey made even more complicated when you have a twin whose own struggle and self-discovery so closely mimics your own,” according to the working description of the series. “Told through a backdrop of ’90s grunge and rave culture, the series weaves between parallel and discordant memories of twin sisters growing up down the hall from one another.”

Tegan and Sara Quin said in a joint statement, “We are incredibly excited to be working with Lauren, Ryan, and the fantastic IMDb TV team to bring ‘High School’ to life and apologize in advance to our mother for forcing her to relive this period of time with us again. We’ve made casting suggestions on her behalf to the incomparable Clea DuVall and our wonderful partners at Plan B.”

In addition to executive producing, DuVall will write and direct multiple episodes, including the pilot. DuVall recently directed and co-wrote holiday comedy “Happiest Season” on Hulu and co-created, executive produces and voices the character of Elsa in Fox’s new animated comedy “HouseBroken.” She also is known for her on-camera roles in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Veep,” “Argo” and other movies and TV series.

DuVall commented, “I am grateful to Plan B, Amazon Studios and IMDb TV for their partnership in bringing Tegan and Sara’s beautiful and complex memoir to life.”

“High School” is part of an overall TV deal between Plan B and Amazon Studios. Plan B’s projects for Prime Video include “The Underground Railroad” from Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins, premiering May 13; series “Outer Range” created by Brian Watkins; and “Paper Girls,” with Legendary Television, based on Brian K. Vaughan’s best-selling graphic novel.

“Tegan and Sara’s honest, vulnerable and deeply engaging memoir has captivated readers and we look forward to their authentic voice and Clea’s unique perspective being brought to life in this adaptation,” said Lauren Anderson and Ryan Pirozzi, co-heads of content and programming at IMDb TV, in a statement.

MDb TV’s lineup of originals include two recently launched docuseries — “Moment of Truth” and “Top Class: The Life and Times of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers,” which has been renewed for a second season. Other series coming to the AVOD service include a spinoff of Amazon Studios’ “Bosch”; the second season of “Alex Rider”; the comedy series “Sprung” from Greg Garcia; and an untitled Judge Judy Sheindlin show.

Source: Variety.com

Veronique • May 2nd, 2021
Fox Sets Summer Premiere Dates for Animated Comedy ‘Housebroken,’ ‘Lego Masters’ and More

Fox has set summer premiere dates for the animated comedy “Housebroken” and new seasons of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Masterchef,” the network announced Wednesday.

“Housebroken,” co-created by Clea DuVall, features the voices of Lisa Kudrow, Tony Hale, Will Forte and Sam Richardson and is described as a series that explores human dysfunction and neurosis through a group of neighborhood animals. It will debut on Monday, May 31, following the season premiere of “Hell’s Kitchen.”

Source: thewrap.com

Veronique • March 21st, 2021
GLAAD Media Awards: Lineup For Virtual Ceremony

GLAAD has set up an all-star lineup of LGBTQ people and allies for the upcoming virtual ceremony of the 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards on April 8.

Hosted by Niecy Nash, the ceremony will include appearances by Ian Alexander (Star Trek: Discovery), Molly Bernard (Younger, Milkwater), Matt Bomer (The Sinner, The Boys in the Band), Jonathan Bennett (The Christmas House), Bob The Drag Queen (We’re Here), Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us), Laverne Cox (Disclosure, Promising Young Woman), Wilson Cruz (Star Trek: Discovery), Mackenzie Davis (Happiest Season), Robin de Jesús (The Boys In The Band, Tick, Tick…Boom!), Blu del Barrio (Star Trek: Discovery), Nyle DiMarco (Deaf U), Colman Domingo (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Euphoria), Clea DuVall (Happiest Season), Brandee Evans (P-Valley), Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek), Jim Parsons (Hollywood, The Boys in the Band), DJ “Shangela” Pierce (We’re Here), Katy Perry, Eureka O’Hara (We’re Here), Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery), Bretman Rock (MTV Following: Bretman Rock), JoJo Siwa, Sam Smith, and the cast of the groundbreaking, critically acclaimed HBO Max series Veneno.

This year, GLAAD is partnering with Google to exclusively premiere the ceremony on GLAAD’s YouTube on Thursday, April 8 at 8pm ET. As an added bonus, for the first time ever, the virtual ceremony will stream on Hulu on April 8 starting at 10pm ET.

The 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards honor media for fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues. GLAAD previously unveiled the 198 nominees in 28 categories for the annual ceremony. For a complete list of nominees, click here.

SOURCE: Deadline.com

Veronique • March 20th, 2021
(Re)Opening of Clea DuVall Fan

Hi there and welcome (back) to Clea DuVall Fan! This is Veronique, the website owner, and I just (re)opened this website, under a new domain name (clea-duvall.com), dedicated to the talented actress and director Clea DuVall. I hope I can bring her fans together this way, so we can all enjoy her work together.

A huge thanks to my amazing friend, Gemma from Gratrix Designs, who created this absolutely wondeful new design for the website!

I used to have the Clea DuVall Fan website (clea-duvall.net) back between June 2009 and October 2018. I have been a fan ever since I first saw Clea in “The Faculty” and decided to reopen a website dedicated to her. Here’s a screencap from how the old website looked like:


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  • Maintained by: Veronique
  • Since: Reopened on 20 March 2021
    Old website from June 2009-October 2018
  • Layout Photos: Art Streiber & Ryan Pfluger
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Current & Upcoming Projects
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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