Duff Clawson

Duff Clawson



Duff Clawson is an American actor, best known for his roles in the television series “The O.C.” and “Veronica Mars.” He was born on August 8th, 1972 in Los Angeles, California. He first began performing at the age of nine in a production of the classic musical “Oklahoma!”

Clawson's professional acting career began with a small role in the television movie “The Suck Up Project” in 1993. He then appeared in a handful of television shows, including “The X-Files” and “ER.” His big break came in 2003 when he was cast in the popular teen drama “The O.C.” as Sandy Cohen’s best friend Seth Cohen. His role as Seth was well received by fans and critics alike, and it earned him a Teen Choice Award nomination in 2004.

After his stint on “The O.C.,” Clawson went on to appear in a wide range of television series, including “Veronica Mars,” “Scrubs,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Private Practice.” He also had recurring roles in “Trust Me” and “Nip/Tuck.”

Clawson has been a regular presence on the big screen, appearing in films such as “I Love You, Man,” “The Invention of Lying,” “No Strings Attached,” and “The Change-Up.” He has also been seen in a number of made-for-TV movies, including “A Christmas Snow,” “The Christmas Pageant,” and “Cougar Town.”

In addition to his acting career, Clawson is an active member of the Los Angeles theater community. He has appeared in productions of “Hamlet,” “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” and “The Glass Menagerie.” He has also co-authored the play “The Color of a Man.”

Clawson is an avid reader and collector of vintage books. He also loves to travel and has visited numerous countries, including India, Thailand, and Japan. He enjoys outdoor activities such as surfing, rock climbing

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