McClure at the 2013 WonderCon
March 22, 1980
Durban, South Africa
|Education||West Vancouver Secondary School|
|Notable work||Susan D. "Sue" Snell in Stephen King's Carrie (2002)
Vicky in Stephen King's Children of the Corn (2009)
|Television||Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009)
Hemlock Grove (2013-2015)
Persons Unknown (2010-)
Kandyse McClure (born March 22, 1980) is a South African-born Canadian actress. She has played Anastasia Dualla on the Sci Fi Channel's television program Battlestar Galactica, and Dr. Clementine Chasseur on the Netflix original series Hemlock Grove.
McClure graduated from West Vancouver Secondary School in 1998.
McLure first television appearance was a lead role with Lou Diamond Phillips in the 1999 telefilm In a Class of His Own that was followed by the Fox Family teen drama Higher Ground (together with Jewel Staite, Hayden Christensen, and A.J. Cook) and the NBC Saturday-morning series Just Deal, both of which premiered in 2000. The year 2000 was also the time period when McClure played a recurring role in the Canadian drama television series Da Vinci’s Inquest.
In 2002, McClure portrayed the recurring character of Elizabeth Munroe on Showtime's Jeremiah, alongside Luke Perry and Malcolm-Jamal Warner. Also in that year, the actress played the role of Sue Snell in the telefilm remake of Stephen King's novel Carrie.
From 2003 to 2009, McClure played the character of Anastasia "Dee" Dualla on the Sci Fi Channel series Battlestar Galactica. McClure's character, a Petty Officer Second Class in the Colonial Fleet, was not featured in the original 1978 series, but was initially an analogue of Sarah Rush's original series character Flight Corporal Rigel. McClure was a regular cast member of the series until January 2009.
McClure then appeared in a 2009 television adaptation of King's Children of the Corn and the Carl Bessai feature film from the same year Cole. In 2010 the television series Persons Unknown, in which McClure co-starred, premiered, but the series was not renewed for a second season after it was initially picked up by NBC.
In 2011 McClure played the girlfriend of Stuart Davis in the independent short film Just Be Yourself, a comedy about a desperate man who is offered a job to "just be himself." McClure then joined Davis again in 2011 to co-host the second season of the late-night HDNet program Sex, God, Rock 'n' Roll. In 2012 McClure joined the cast of Netflix original series Hemlock Grove (premiered in January 2013) and completed the feature film Broken Kingdom (alongside Rachael Leigh Cook).[unreliable source?] McClure has also appeared in other television programs, such as Whistler, Andromeda, Jake 2.0, Smallville, and Reaper.
On 2 February 2016 Heritage Canada featured Viola Desmond in the 82nd Heritage Minute, to mark the beginning of Black History Month. The video was filmed on location in High River, Alberta in June 2015. It features Kandyse McClure as Viola Desmond. Civil rights activist Viola Desmond, often described as the Rosa Parks of Canada, was an entrepreneur who challenged segregation in Nova Scotia in the 1940s.
As of 2013, McClure continues to work with the non-profit organization CARE Canada to address poverty in the world's developing regions. As of 2013[update], McClure resides in Vancouver, British Columbia.
McClure is married to musician Cylenz.
|2000||Romeo Must Die||Store Clerk|
|2001||See Spot Run||Woman|
|2008||Barbie in A Christmas Carol||Catherine (voice)||Video|
|2010||Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale||Grace (voice)||Video|
|2010||Mother's Day||Gina Jackson|
|2015||Careful What You Wish For||Angie Alvarez|
|1999||In a Class of His Own||Brandy||TV film|
|2000||Spiral Staircase, TheThe Spiral Staircase||Monica||TV film|
|2000||Higher Ground||Katherine Ann 'Kat' Cabot||Main role (22 episodes)|
|2000||Level 9||Megan||Episode: "Ten Little Hackers"|
|2000||Da Vinci's Inquest||Lily||Episode: "It's a Bad Corner"|
|2001||Passion and Prejudice||Tamara||TV film|
|2001||Return to Cabin by the Lake||Jade||TV film|
|2001||Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits||Brianna Lake||Episode: "Abduction"|
|2001||Just Deal||Kim||Episode: "Low Fidelity, "Painted Love", "The Perfect Mix"|
|2002||Carrie||Sue Snell||TV film|
|2002||Mysterious Ways||Julie||Episode: "A Man of God"|
|2002||Dark Angel||Annie Fisher||Episodes: "Hello, Goodbye", "Dawg Day Afternoon"|
|2002||L.A. Law: The Movie||Yvonne||TV film|
|2002||Jeremiah||Elizabeth||Recurring role (7 episodes)|
|2003||Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone||Gwen||Episode: "Fair Warning"|
|2003||Black Sash||Episode: "Jump Start"|
|2003||Hollywood Wives: The New Generation||Saffron||TV film|
|2003||Battlestar Galactica||Dualla||TV miniseries|
|2003||Jake 2.0||Anna||Episode: "The Prince and the Revolution"|
|2003–05||Da Vinci's Inquest||Marla||Recurring role (15 episodes)|
|2004||Andromeda||Zara||Episode: "The Others"|
|2004–09||Battlestar Galactica||Officer Anastasia Dualla||Main role (54 episodes)|
|2006||Whistler||Lisa||Recurring role (6 episodes)|
|2006||Santa Baby||Donna Louise Campbell||TV film|
|2007||Battlestar Galactica: Razor||Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla||TV film|
|2008||Reaper||Cassidy||Episodes: "Coming to Grips", "Greg, Schmeg", "The Leak"|
|2008||Sanctuary||Meg||Episodes: "Sanctuary for All: Parts 1 & 2", "Fata Morgana"|
|2009||Children of the Corn||Vicky Stanton||TV film|
|2010||Client List, TheThe Client List||Laura||TV film|
|2010||Persons Unknown||Erika Taylor||Recurring role (9 episodes)|
|2012||Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll with Stuart Davis||Episode: "Spirituality and Religion"|
|2012||Just Be Yourself||Glenda||TV film|
|2012||Republic of Doyle||Sabrina McCarthy||Episode: "One Angry Jake"|
|2012||Aladdin and the Death Lamp||Shifa||TV film|
|2012||Alphas||Agnes Walker||Episode: "The Devil Will Drag You Under"|
|2012–13||Arctic Air||Shontal||Recurring role (4 episodes)|
|2013||Hemlock Grove||Dr. Clementine Chasseur||Main role|
|2013||Haven||Carrie Benson||Episode: "Lay Me Down"|
|2016||Supernatural||Sherriff Tyson||Season 11 Episode 19: "The Chitters"|
Awards and nominations
- Leo Awards, Nomination Best Supporting Actress, 2002, Carrie
- Peabody Awards, Peabody Award for Excellence in Television, 2005, Battlestar Galactica R&D TV in Association with NBC Universal Television Studio, Sci Fi Channel
- Buchanan, Jason. "Kandyse McClure Bio". New York Times / All Movie Guide.
- Craddock, Linda (1 August 2007). "Slice of SciFi Interview With BSG's Kandyse McClure". Slice of SciFi. Retrieved 11 December 2013.
- Annette Bourdeau (13 November 2012). "Kandyse McClure, 'BSG' Star, On Upcoming 'Hemlock Grove' And The Next Robert Pattinson". The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Grant Gould (27 February 2008). "The CIC's #1 Girl". Battlestar-Blog.com. LiveJournal, Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- "Biography". Kandyse McClure Official Website. kandysemcclure.com. 2013. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- "Kandyse McClure". BuddyTV. BuddyTV. 2005–2012. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Carrie (2002) HorrorTalk. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
- Philip Arendt (21 January 2009). "Das Ende brach Kandyse McClure das Herz". Caprica City (in German). Caprica-City.de. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Sandy Zimmerman (6 January 2013). "Kandyse McClure Appears in Hemlock Grove- TV Programs- Star of Battlestar Gallactica-". Yahoo! Voices. Yahoo!, Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Morassutti, William (6 July 2009). "LADY GODIVA". Toro Magazine. Retrieved 11 December 2013.
- MediaBlvd Magazine Interview (January 30, 2009) Archived February 4, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
- ""Persons Unknown" in line at NBC". Reuters. 16 July 2009. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- MeaningArtsFilms (28 February 2011). "Just Be Yourself movie trailer" (Video upload). YouTube. Google, Inc. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Stuart Davis (7 February 2011). "New Project / Just Be Yourself". Stuart Davis – Stuart's Blog. Stuart Davis Media, LLC. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- Stuart Davis (27 September 2011). "Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll Season 2". Direct Event Insurance. Direct Event Insurance. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- The Deadline Team (2 July 2012). "Kandyse McClure Joins Cast Of 'Hemlock Grove'". Deadline Hollywood. PMC. Retrieved 22 April 2013.
- "Viola Desmond Heritage Minute debuts, honouring the 'Rosa Parks of Canada'". CBC News. 2 February 2016. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
- Sadaf Ahsan (2 February 2016). "Historica Canada honours Viola Desmond, the 'Rosa Parks of Canada,' with a Heritage Minute". National Post. Retrieved 10 February 2016.
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