Clare currently lives in Los Angeles.
Clare was born in Atlanta, Georgia but she grew up in Columbus, Ohio.
Clare appeared in 13 episodes of Buffy The Vampire Slayer . She appeared in 12 episodes from season 5 and 1 episode from season 7.
Clare has two pet cats that are named Zoey and Waker.
Her physical role on Buffy inspired Clare to get into boxing. Clare has stated that she tries to box once a week.
In her teens, Kramer was on the staff of her high school newspaper. She was also a cheerleader, but got cut from the squad for refusing to sell hot dogs (because Clare is a staunch vegetarian) as part of a fund-raiser.
Clare has stated that she wanted to be a ballerina but decided to go into acting instead because of ballerina's strict diet. She stated that she could not give up her cheese.
When she was younger, she was the spokes girl for Wendy's. She got the role because her predecessor got pregnant.
"Light Up The Sky," "Beyond Therapy," "Beginnings," and "The Miracle Worker."
Clare is married to production assistant Brian R. Keathley. In February 2008 they welcomed their first child, daughter Gavin Keathley.
Clare attended and graduated from New York University.
Kramer has one younger sister, Callie, who has been a cheerleader and a competitive swimmer; she is now a lawyer. Clare credits Callie with being a great assist in researching and preparing for her roles in the movies Bring It On and The Skulls 3.
Clare has stated that cheese is her favorite food.
Clare graduated from Delaware Hayes High School.
Clare is best friends with Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Eliza Dushku and Emilie de Raviin (Roswell, LOST). Clare & Emilie have shared the same manager (DGM) since 2003.
Clare is 5' 4" tall.
Clare Kramer (on the bathtub scene on "Buffy"):It was a little chilly in there but I was glad [the minions] were blindfolded, since they were kneeling right beside me. I had on a little tube stocking that just covered my upper chest down to right above my knees, so not a whole lot.
Clare Kramer: If you can't do the business side, you can't do your art. People have all these misconceptions, that it's all about connections or luck or looks. No, you have to make it happen for yourself. The window of opportunity isn't very big; you have to get through it before it closes.
Clare Kramer: Unlike life, acting requires no social conditioning. I feel free to let my character do whatever she has to do. Besides. I never think of them as negative, they all have their own worthwhile motives.