James C. Leary

Biography: James Leary, 34, describes himself as an "average looking, very funny, white guy." Fans of the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer would have to agree... with the funny part that is. James's two season stint as the gentle, dog-eared demon Clem began as a five line arc and turned into a multi-season character; making him one of the most loved, recurring characters in the show's seven year history.
James decided at the age of five that he wanted to be an actor. "I knew I wanted to be an actor... when I saw Star Wars for the first time," says the Texas born star, "... I knew I wanted to be on that screen."
Eight years later, at 13, James performed in his first play and from then on he was hooked. He eventually moved to L.A. to begin the grueling auditions process. His theatrical resume is impressive, with several important roles in well-received plays, such as Alex Jones's gripping drama, "Noise", which had a strong run at The Furious Theatre, in Pasadena, Ca. He has also
James Leary, 34, describes himself as an "average looking, very funny, white guy." Fans of the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer would have to agree... with the funny part that is. James's two season stint as the gentle, dog-eared demon Clem began as a five line arc and turned into a multi-season character; making him one of the most loved, recurring characters in the show's seven year history.
James decided at the age of five that he wanted to be an actor. "I knew I wanted to be an actor... when I saw Star Wars for the first time," says the Texas born star, "... I knew I wanted to be on that screen."

Eight years later, at 13, James performed in his first play and from then on he was hooked. He eventually moved to L.A. to begin the grueling auditions process.

His theatrical resume is impressive, with several important roles in well-received plays, such as Alex Jones's gripping drama, "Noise", which had a strong run at The Furious Theatre, in Pasadena, Ca. He has also appeared in many television shows, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Titans of Justice, The Comeback, and the award-nominated, Spanish series Los Beltran.

James loves all forms of theater, but admits to a special affinity for comedy. His influences include Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell and Jack Black. Of course, it is James's own brand of comedy that has landed him his many comic roles.

What can James not do? Not much. He does admit that he wishes he could sing. Most fans agree though: James is perfect just the way he is.
James currently lives and works in Los Angeles with his wife, Stacie, and their young son.
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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 7 Sep 24, 2002 Clem 4.7
tbd Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6 Oct 2, 2001 Clem 4.9