It's pretty much an open secret that Clea is into women and is also very private about her life…leave this poor woman and her girlfriend alone.” - Chelsea And the best one: “I was kissing my boyfriend the other day and I accidentally gave him a lesbian kiss instead of a normal kiss.
She is also known for her roles as Cora Lijek in the Academy Award–winning film Argo (2012), Audrey Hanson on NBC's Heroes (2006–07), Wendy Peyser on FX's American Horror Story: Asylum (2012–13), and Emma Borden on Lifetime's The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (2015).
Since 2016, she had played Marjorie on HBO political comedy Veep, for which she has been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Clea Du Vall is openly lesbian, as she is unmarried till date.
In her early career days, she dated Camila Gutierrez.
She then portrayed an institutionalized pathological liar in the acclaimed Girl, Interrupted, as well as a lesbian enrolled in therapy camp in the indie hit But I'm a Cheerleader.
Major roles in The Astronaut's Wife (1999), Ghosts of Mars (2001) and Thirteen Conversations About One Thing (2001) followed.
Ah, but not true of the creepy photographer who hid across the lawn with a zoom lens, snapping pictures of said women. One of them happened to be Clea Du Vall, the talented and lovely actor famous for her bad-girl character in Jamie Babbit’s The 35-year-old actor was captured by an invasive paparazzo as she hung out with another woman—perhaps her girlfriend, perhaps not—enjoying a Sunday in the park.
Like something any of us would probably prefer to do, rather than working, attached to a digital device. Ah, but not true of the creepy photographer who hid across the lawn with a zoom lens, snapping pictures of said women.
Like something any of us would probably prefer to do, rather than working, attached to a digital device.