Clea Lewis
American actor
Clea Lewis
Clea Lewis is an American actress, best known for her television role as Ellen's annoying friend Audrey Penney in Ellen DeGeneres' sitcom Ellen.
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TELEVISION REVIEW; With a Couch Potato's Style, Private Eye Works the Mall
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Conan O'Brien's loyalty to Andy Richter is impressive. It's moving. Mr. Richter played sidekick to Mr. O'Brien on NBC's ''Late Night'' from 1993 to 2000, beginning when Mr. O'Brien was nothing but a cub. But the awkward fact is that Mr. Richter didn't stay for the duration, Ed McMahon-style, Tonto-style. In his sweet and beta way, Andy Richter
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Late-Night Friends Taking On Prime Time
NYTimes - almost 10 years
The last time Conan O'Brien worked with both Andy Richter and Jonathan Groff, it was May 26, 2000 -- Mr. Richter's last night after seven years riding the couch as the loyal sidekick on Mr. O'Brien's ''Late Night'' on NBC. On that night, only a few months before Mr. Groff would himself leave ''Late Night'' after five years as head writer, Mr.
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THEATER REVIEW; Holiday Math: Three Couples Means Marital Misery Times Three
NYTimes - over 11 years
Laughing in the middle of a yawn produces a peculiar sensation, rather like swallowing wind. I chanced to discover this little-known fact of physiology at the revival of Alan Ayckbourn's ''Absurd Person Singular,'' which opened last night at the Biltmore Theater. As directed by John Tillinger in a Manhattan Theater Club production, Mr. Ayckbourn's
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THE NEW SEASON THEATER; Odd Couples and Naked Girls
NYTimes - over 11 years
Dates are subject to change. September MIRACLE BROTHERS The toothy Tyler Maynard, who earned rave reviews as Mark, the unambiguously gay boy-band star in ''Altar Boyz,'' gets to show his serious side in this new musical by Kirsten Childs (''The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin''). An adventure set in 17th-century Brazil, the story follows
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Arts, Briefly
NYTimes - over 11 years
Martin to Shield Arab Youth From Stereotyping The Puerto Rican-born pop singer Ricky Martin, a United Nations Children's Fund goodwill ambassador making his first visit to the Middle East, said yesterday in Amman, Jordan, that he would try to defend Arab youth against negative Western stereotypes, The Associated Press reported. His shoulders draped
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THEATER REVIEW; On Death's Threshold and Finding Faith in Friends
NYTimes - over 12 years
Since the title of Bryony Lavery's new play is ''Last Easter,'' it makes sense that its unofficial anthem should be Irving Berlin's ''Easter Parade,'' which is heard in various keys of campiness throughout this abrasively sentimental comedy. But as you watch Ms. Lavery's tale of a terminally ill lighting designer and her terminally madcap friends,
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THE NEW SEASON/THEATER; Woody, Whoopi, Miller, Mamet and Elvis
NYTimes - over 12 years
September DAMES AT SEA -- Though the Jean Cocteau Repertory Company just lost several of its most senior actors in a split with the artistic director, David Fuller, the venerable troupe goes on, opening its 34th season with a revival of this musical spoof of musicals from the 1930's and 1940's. Music by Jim Wise. Book and lyrics by George Haimsohn
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ARTS BRIEFING
NYTimes - over 12 years
HIGHLIGHTS MONSTERS RULE -- The sci-fi thriller ''Alien vs. Predator,'' featuring the creatures of the ''Alien'' and ''Predator'' franchises, made its debut as the No. 1 weekend movie with $38.25 million, according to studio estimates on Sunday, The Associated Press reported. ''Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement,'' with Anne Hathaway and Julie
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THEATER REVIEW; Woody Being Woody (Well, Who Else?)
NYTimes - almost 14 years
That Woody Allen has never directed for the stage before now seems odd and unlikely, but it's so. And after seeing ''Writer's Block,'' the engaging, summerweight show made up of two new one-act comedies that Mr. Allen both wrote and directed, you may find yourself wondering how his career would have been different if his directorial vision had
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TV WEEKEND; Noir Indeed Is the Night, So Very Dark and Stormy
NYTimes - about 15 years
Adam Goldberg's good-looking black-and-white movie ''Scotch and Milk'' knows its Sam Spade; its Mickey Spillane; its all-noir vocabulary, visual and verbal. The film begins with shots of big-city building exteriors, a taxi roof light, a cigarette in close-up. Mr. Goldberg's voice-over sets the mood, to say the least: ''There wasn't particularly
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THEATER REVIEW; The Twists of Love Never Quite Requited
NYTimes - almost 16 years
The second installment of Marathon 2001, the Ensemble Studio Theater's annual series of one-act plays, presents a quartet of stories about skewed romantic liaisons, all of which share a degree of wicked delight in the follies of the heart. From Frank D. Gilroy's ''Inspector Ohms,'' a competitive head game between a mystery writer and the star of
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THEATER REVIEW; Cutting Ethical Corners in the Name of Science, Then and Now
NYTimes - over 17 years
''Where is it all leading?'' asks the out-of-work English lecturer played by the sterling Daniel Gerroll in Shelagh Stephenson's engrossing and beautifully mounted ''Experiment With an Air Pump.'' At the end of a century it is a pertinent question, and in the course of an ambitious play addressing such provocative concerns as the state of medical
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THEATER REVIEW; With Six You Get Musical Beds
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Three copulating couples populate Peter Ackerman's new sex comedy, ''Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight,'' but only a single pairing arouses more than a few predictable snickers. It's the one that pits straitlaced Jeffrey Donovan against naughty Clea Lewis. He plays a prudish mobster with a hankering for highbrow culture; she is, in Mr.
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TV REVIEW/NEW SEASON; Starting All Over, With Mom
NYTimes - over 18 years
In one of the most backward-looking, unpromising of mini-trends, television producers seem determined to prove that you can, too, go home again. WB's dismissable new drama, ''Hyperion Bay,'' sends a computer whiz and businessman back to his hometown in the Northwest. NBC has shipped Nathan Lane back to the family vineyard in ''Encore! Encore!'' and
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Coming Out Party: The Closet Opens, Finally
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Come out, come out, wherever you are. Today's grown-up version of the old children's game might be called Hide and Wink. For gay men and women, coming out of the closet was once almost exclusively a delicate, if not traumatic, rite of passage. Now it can be a promotional tool. After months of will-she-or-won't-she speculation carefully orchestrated
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On a Noir and Stormy Night
NYTimes - over 20 years
Is Josie Potenza really the dumbsel in distress she appears to be? When first encountered in ''The Rich Man's Wife,'' she is under arrest on suspicion of murder. And why not? Her husband, Tony, has been found looking like ketchup-drenched Swiss cheese. Her lover, Jake Golden, is suffering from permanent hearing loss, as well as missing other vital
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On Prime Time, as in Real Life, Nothing Stays the Same Forever
NYTimes - over 21 years
LIFE goes on. Things change. Here today, gone tomorrow. So it is, also, for our 2-D cousins. Most contemporary network series, in an effort to mirror the twists and turns of the world on the other side of the screen, include a substantial number of fundamental changes each year. (Periodic overhauls also cope with exigencies like ambitious actors,
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Corrections
NYTimes - almost 23 years
A picture caption yesterday about the pilot for the new television series "Friends" included an erroneous identification from NBC for the actress at the right. She was Clea Lewis, not Lisa Kudrow.
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A Sitcom Is Born: Only Time Will Tell The Road To Prime Time: Last of four articles on the creation of a television series.
NYTimes - almost 23 years
The morning they found out they had made it onto NBC's fall schedule, Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane popped open a bottle of Champagne at 10:30. They continued drinking Champagne while flying from Los Angeles to New York aboard one of Warner Brothers' corporate jets. Then they had more Champagne with dinner. The next day, when they
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Clea Lewis
    THIRTIES
  • 2002
    Age 36
    She and her husband, Peter Ackerman, have a son, Stanley Keats, who was born in February 2002.
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  • 2000
    Age 34
    In 2000 she did the voice of Amy Lawrence in Tom Sawyer.
    More Details Hide Details Lewis played Gina, a chatty ad agency worker, in 2007's Perfect Stranger. She also voiced various characters in the Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants. She also appeared on the short-lived Andy Barker, P.I. as Jenny Barker, the wife of the title character. Her somewhat nasal, squeaky voice has meant a great deal of animation voice-over work for Lewis, including in both television (ABC's Saturday morning cartoon, Pepper Ann) and film (Ice Age: The Meltdown). She also recorded the book-on-CD for The Princess Diaries. Lewis was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio to a writer mother and a former vaudeville performer and lawyer father. Lewis graduated from Brown University in 1987.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born on July 19, 1965.
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