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Throughout the fall of 2003, Clea DuVall will be seen starring in HBO's newest original series, Carnivàle, opposite Nick Stahl. Directors of individual episodes include Rodrigo Garcia.
She was most recently seen starring in James Mangold's hit thriller Identity, after previously working with the director on the award-winning Girl, Interrupted. Her other films include Alex and Andrew Smith's The Slaughter Rule, Jill Sprecher's Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars, Jamie Babbit's But I'm a Cheerleader, Rand Ravich's The Astronaut's Wife, Robert Iscove's She's All That, Robert Rodriguez' The Faculty (for which she received Blockbuster Entertainment Award and Teen Choice Award nominations), and Kip Koenig's How to Make the Cruelest Month.
Ms. DuVall's television work includes Moisés Kaufman's HBO feature The Laramie Project, the Showtime telefilm The Defenders: Payback (directed by Andy Wolk), and guest appearances on such popular series as ER and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, she first became interested in acting while attending the Los Angeles High School of the Arts. While at school, she performed in theater productions and took outside acting classes. Upon graduation, she began working in film and television.