Albright (Jean Clemens)
Chelsea Clark grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and first trouped at age 5 with Candace Mazur's Expressions Theatre Company. She attended the NYC MAAIA Convention at age 15, earning a spot at The School for Film & Television (aka The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts) summer program; she attended this program for 2 consecutive summers. During her senior year of high school, she gained acceptance into the Eastland Performing Arts Program through Otterbein College. She then went to NYC, where she received an acting certificate through The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, serving as Key Student and receiving a Meisner Talent Scholarship for both years. She finished up her undergraduate education at St. Francis College, where she was President of the acting troupe for two years; she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Performance Studies. She has had a year of additional training in method acting, and is now receiving classical and contemporary training through The Simon Studio. Chelsea's first feature film, THE DEATH OF APRIL, has been released domestically and internationally. Through SAG, Chelsea has performed in a recurring principal role as Vera in Steven Soderbergh's THE KNICK. She has appeared as a lead character in Jimmy T. Martin's 6-episode DEAD ON ACTING, and she has been the lead in Sam Cooke's film short MONOMYTH, which has been well received at three film festivals. She has recently been cast and filmed as recurring character Tara in Alex Fuller's DIVORCE VIDEO THERAPY, which is in production. Chelsea enjoys writing, and has written and produced a film, a sitcom and several monologues. Her bywords are "intuitive . . .versatile . .. quirky . . . facially expressive," and she has been described as "a consummate professional . . . profoundly reliable, punctual and trustworthy."