Adelaide Clemens (born 30 November 1989) is an Australian actress. She was nominated for a Logie Award in 2008 for her role in the television series Love My Way. In 2012, she played Valentine Wannop in BBC's television miniseries adaptation Parade's End. In Hollywood, Clemens has appeared in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Great Gatsby, and starred in Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (as Heather Mason). From 2013 to 2016, she starred in the television series Rectify.
Clemens at the 2017 Montclair Film Festival
|Born||30 November 1989|
Clemens was born in Brisbane, Australia. The daughter of an English father, she lived as a child in Japan, France, and Hong Kong, where she attended the Hong Kong International School. When she was 12 years old, her family returned to live in Australia. She attended high school at the Queenwood School for Girls, in the Sydney suburb of Balmoral.
Clemens began working as an actress in Australian television while in high school. She guest-starred in a 2006 episode of Blue Water High as Juliet, and in 2007, she starred in the children's series Pirate Islands: The Lost Treasure of Fiji, as Alison. Clemens played Harper in the Showtime drama Love My Way that year, and was nominated for the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding New Talent at the 2008 Logie Awards for the role.
Clemens was seen in the MTV Networks Australia dramatic film, Dream Life (2008), and had small roles in the television series All Saints and the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in 2009. She became the face of Jan Logan Jewellery]] that year. Clemens relocated to Los Angeles, California in 2009.
She starred in the film, Wasted on the Young (2010), as Xandrie. Written and directed by Ben C. Lucas, the film tells the story of a high school love triangle that leads to a party ending in gun violence.
As of January 2010[update], Clemens was in negotiations to join the cast of Fury Road, a sequel to the Mad Max film series by George Miller. The following year, she starred in the film Certainty (2011), directed by Peter Askin. She also starred in Vampire (2011), as Ladybird, a suicidal single mother. The film was the English-language feature debut of the noted Japanese director Shunji Iwai.
The next year, Clemens starred in Camilla Dickinson (2012). The drama was an adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's eponymous 1951 novel. She starred as teenager Heather Mason in the horror film Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (2012). That year, Clemens also played a lead role as the young suffragette Valentine Wannop in Parade's End (2012), a television mini-series adaptation of the Ford Madox Ford tetralogy co-produced by HBO and BBC Two. Clemens also appeared in the horror film, No One Lives (2012).
The year after, she appeared in the film, The Great Gatsby (2013), based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's eponymous novel. She played Catherine, the sister of Myrtle Wilson. On television that year, Clemens also began starring as Tawney Talbot in the 2013 Sundance Channel television series, Rectify.
|2009||X-Men Origins: Wolverine||Carnival Girl|
|2010||At the Tattooist||Kelly||Short film|
|2010||Wasted on the Young||Xandrie|
|2011||Vampire||Ladybird||Iwai Shunji's film|
|2012||Camilla Dickinson||Camilla Dickinson||Lead Role|
|2012||No One Lives||Emma|
|2012||Silent Hill: Revelation||Heather / Alessa||Lead Role and Duo Role|
|2013||The Great Gatsby||Catherine|
|2015||The World Made Straight||Lori|
|2015||The Automatic Hate||Alexis Green|
|2018||The Caretaker||Sara||Short film|
|2019||To the Stars||Hazel Atkins|
|TBA||Music, War and Love||Rachel Rubin||Post-production|
|TBA||Love Lies Bleeding||Natalie||Post-production|
|2006||Blue Water High||Juliet||Episode 2.5|
|2007||Pirate Islands: The Lost Treasure of Fiji||Alison||13 episodes|
|2007||Love My Way||Harper||8 episodes|
|2008||Out of the Blue||Fiona||Episode 1.37|
|2009||All Saints||Stephanie||Episode: "Give and Take 2"|
|2010||The Pacific||Registrar Girl||Episode: "Home"|
|2010||Lie to Me||Megan Cross||Episode: "The Royal We"|
|2012||Parade's End||Valentine Wannop||Miniseries|
|2013–2016||Rectify||Tawney Talbot||Main role|
|2014||Parer's War||Elizabeth Marie Cotter||Movie|
|2018||Voltron: Legendary Defender||Merla (voice)||Season 8|
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