Clare Kramer is an accomplished actor, director and producer. Clare earned her BFA in theater from New York University's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts. Honing her skills through off-Broadway and national tours, Clare first rose to Hollywood's attention appearing alongside Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku in the comedy Bring It On, playing the hard-nosed cheerleader Courtney; Clare was nominated for an MTV Award for her role in the movie. Clare is also known for her role as, Glory the Great Glorificus, the vain adversary of Buffy (for which 3 action figures were modeled after her character!).
Over the years Clare has continued to appear in numerous major studio and independent films as well as various television shows.
Clare is the founder of GeekNation.com, an online television network and more, consisting of all original content. GeekNation is the ultimate mecca of entertainment through articles, blogs, podcasts, vodcasts, videos and web series, designed to serve as a lifestyle and entertainment hub for the ever-growing geek contingency.
Clare's company, Defiance Entertainment, co-produced Tyson, which screened at the Cannes and Sundance film festivals to critical acclaim. Tyson was featured on Oprah twice in the same week and generated extensive Oscar buzz.
Clare has been featured and photographed in Maxim, People and Entertainment Weekly magazines, just to name a few, often using her notoriety and personal finances to help support organizations such as The Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, The Sierra Club and Children International.
In addition to being actively involved with several charities, Clare is the official spokesperson for kids 4 kids, an organization that provides financial aid and toys for children battling cancer. Clare and her husband, Brian Keathley, live in California with their son Hart, and 2 daughters, Gavin and River.