Jemaine has been nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys, 3 Writer's Guild of America Awards and a Satellite Award.
Jemaine recently got married on the 30th of August 2008 to his long time girlfriend Miranda Manasiadis who is a theatre director and actress
The short film that Jemaine wrote, Dave Likes Art, was nominated for 4 AXIS awards, and won silver.
Jemaine is 6' 1" (1.85 m).
In 2004, Clement toured New Zealand with the comedic group Humourbeasts in a stage show titled The Untold Tales of Maui.
Clement was a Radio Awards Winner as writer for Trashed, for Channel Z, Wellington, in 1999.
He was in the films, Fizz, Tongan Ninja, and What We Do In The Shadows.
The duo performed very briefly under the names Moustache and Vested Interest before commiting to the name Flight of the Conchords.
He co-wrote the film, Tonjan Ninja, with director Jason Stutter.
As of 2007, they are signed to Sub Pop Records.
He was in a six-part BBC Radio 2 series for which Flight of the Conchords won a Sony UK Comedy Award
Flight of the Conchords made numerous late-night appearances and filmed a One Night Stand for HBO, in 2005.
Bret McKenzie and Jemaine formed Flight of the Conchords, in 1998.
He was given a Special Radio Awards Commendation for The Sunglass Store, in 2000.
He describes himself as part European, part Mâori.
He was a writer and cast member of the television show Skitz and Tellylaughs in New Zealand.
In 1999, the Humourbeasts were the recipients of New Zealand's highest comedy honor, the Billy T Award.
He released the CD Folk the World Tour.
He tours internationally with Flight of the Conchords.
During Super Bowl XL, Outback Steakhouse ran a series of commercials starring Clement.
He does voice overs for the L&P, a world famous New Zealand ad series.
Jemaine: ( about making a Flight of the Conchords movie) With Flight of the Conchords? Uh? I don't think so. Maybe I'll do something that is a musical, but not anything that has to do with the Conchords. No.
Jemaine: Well, I guess I can relate to getting beat up, and things like that. In a way. I know that when I talk to someone I want to impress, I talk completely different than I would normally. And sometimes I'm colder or ruder than I would naturally be. Because I'm trying to seem excited or vulnerable. I guess, it's a big reaction. Something like that.
Jemaine: I haven't hung out in a lot of gaming shops. But in studying the character, I went into a lot of these gaming shops, and listened to the way they talk. You known that animal party in the first part of the film? He's sort of the coolest guy there, Jarrod is. The people I would meet in these video game stores talked just like that. He's a guy who might be thirty surrounded by eleven year olds. And they are the same in the realm.
Jemaine: There are sometimes things that one of us doesn't find funny but we try anyway.
Jemaine: Ireland and New Zealand. They mostly look exactly the same, there's sheep all over both of the countries and they're hassling us about having sheep. It's really weird. We get a little bit of that in Australia
Jemaine: A new comedy night was starting in Wellington.
Jemaine: In New Zealand we are famous for being famous in America.
Jemaine: We usually think of F O the C as our side project but this year it is overtaking our main projects. I am working on some animated shorts. They centre around some sheep who work together eating grass. I'm also chipping away at a vampire film.