Adelaide Clemens



Adelaide Clemens has drawn praise from the onset of her emergent career, which commenced at age 16 in her native Australia. A guest-starring role in one episode of the TV series, Blue Water High, led to the Showtime drama, Love My Way (2007), one of Australia’s most-lauded series, for which she received a Logie Award nomination.

Clemens re-located to Los Angeles in 2009. She starred in several independent films - Wasted on the Young (2009), Certainty (2011) and Vampire (2011). Her convincing ‘Vampire’ portrayal of a suicidal single mother led to other complex dramatic roles for which she is particularly gifted. These include Parade’s End (2012) and Baz Lerman’s The Great Gatsby (2013). As a suffragette in Parade’s End, Clemens held her own opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in the greatly-honored BBC/HBO mini-series. She made audiences quiver in the horror thrillers, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (2012) and No One Lives (2012).

But it is Clemens portrayal of the deeply religious Tawny Talbot in Rectify, which has made her beloved to audiences and raised her profile even further. Winner of the prestigious Peabody Award, the Sundance Channel original series ran from 2013 until 2016. In addition to I’LL FIND YOU, Clements has recently starred in three unreleased works, Night of the Lotus, a thriller set in London and East Africa about a young woman traumatized by her husband’s death, and Rabbit, as a woman searching for her twin sister.