Clea (pronounced Clay-UH) is a writer, director and actor based in LA and NYC.
Her work often centers around women confronting themselves in horrifying and hilarious ways, toeing the line between the absurd and surreal.
Her playwriting debut, Bitter Greens, had a sold-out run at 59E59 Theaters in 2018, and her first produced film (that she co-wrote) aired on Lifetime in November 2020. Her feature Fainting Spells was a finalist for the 2020 WIF/Black List Lab and her series Following Hannah Stone is currently in festival submissions. She is the founder of Station26 Productions, an indie production company that develops shorts, digital series and music videos.
Clea holds a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts and has performed on stages all over NYC and California. Her favorite roles to play are villains.