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Clare Kramer

Clare Kramer
Clare Kramer at Supanova Pop Culture Expo Sydney 2013
Born Clare Elizabeth Kramer
(1974-09-03) September 3, 1974
Georgia, U.S.
Alma mater Tisch School of the Arts
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Brian Keathley (m. 2005)
Children 4

Clare Elizabeth Kramer (born September 3, 1974) is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Glory, the Big Bad of season 5 of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.


  • Personal life 1
  • Career 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Personal life

Clare Elizabeth Kramer was born in Roger Avary's adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel The Rules of Attraction; and Jessica Bendinger's cheerleading comedy Bring It On. The latter co-starred real-life former cheerleader Kirsten Dunst, and fellow Buffy alum Eliza Dushku.

Kramer has appeared in guest roles in theater and TV shows, including Tru Calling, which starred Eliza Dushku, and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, in which she portrayed fictional movie star and shoplifter Babette Storm.

She is also co-founder of GeekNation, a producer of podcasts and TV shows that services geek culture such as comic books, video games and sci-fi/fantasy movies and TV shows.[5] She hosts Take Five with Clare Kramer, in which she talks with guests about their lives, current events and current projects, and Five by Five, an interview show co-hosted by Roddenberry Entertainment executive Tory Mell.

On June 28, 2012, Kramer participated in a Reddit ask me anything (or AMA) in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer subreddit,[6] with most of the questions centered around her time on the show and her role on the show.

Kramer won the 2012 Pollygrind Underground Film Festival's Best Actress award for her portrayal of spree killer, "Caitlin Shattuck", in the rock fantasy feature, Road To Hell.[7]


Year Film Role Notes
1997 In & Out Student
2000 Ropewalk Liza Alternative title: Hanginaround
Bring It On Courtney
2002 The Mallory Effect Robin
The Rules of Attraction Candice
2003 The Skulls III Taylor Brooks Direct-to-DVD release
D.E.B.S. Lucy in the Sky/Lucinda Reynolds short film
2004 Mummy an' the Armadillo Sarah
L.A. D.J. Flyer girl
2005 Guy in Row Five Rose
2006 The Gravedancers Allison Mitchell
The Thirst Lisa
2008 The Grift Gracie
Road to Hell Caitlin
2009 Endure Daphne
2011 The Dead Ones Ms. Persephone
Hard Love Kelly
2013 Big Ass Spider! Lieutenant Karly Brant
Year Title Role Note
1998 Vig Heather Television movie
1999 Outreach Casey Shaw
Dodge's City Witch Television movie
2000–2001, 2002 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Glory 12 episodes; recurring role 1 episode season seven
2002 The Random Years Melissa 1 episode
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Babette Storm Episode: "Free Sabrina"
2004 Tru Calling Alex Reynolds Episode: "
2006 House Caren Krause Episode: "Meaning"


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  2. ^ Llama Mama (2010-07-20). Our "Where Are the Action Chicks?" Comic-Con Panel Lost Luci and Gained Goddess Glory. Action Flick Chick. Retrieved November 20, 2010.
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External links

Kramer's film roles include:

As a child, she was a spokesman and mascot for Wendy's, donning the trademark pigtails accentuated in the company logo.


Kramer married producer Brian Keathley in October 29, 2005. They have four children: daughters Gavin (born 2008) and River Marie (born 2010) and sons Hart (born 2012) and Sky Lynlee (born 2013).[3][4]

in December 1999. Los Angeles She moved to [2].Tisch School of the Arts from NYU's BFA and received a New York University. She is of British and German descent. She has a younger sister named Callie; their parents are Terry and Sandy. After graduating from high school, she attended Delaware, Ohio and spent most of her childhood in [1]

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