At 29 years old, Kiersey Clemons has this physical status:
Clemons was born on December 17, 1993, in Pensacola, Florida. They grew up in Redondo Beach, California. Clemons is biracial, of African-American and white heritage.
Clemons identifies as queer and uses they/them and she/her pronouns. Clemons is in a relationship with Ebony De La Haye, an Australian stunt double. The couple met during filming of Sweetheart, where De La Haye doubled Clemons during action sequences.
Clemons suffers from bipolar disorder and struggled with the illness especially before they were formally diagnosed.
Early in their career, Clemons co-starred in the Disney Channel series Austin & Ally as Kira Starr. They also appeared in the Disney Channel original film Cloud 9. Clemons guest starred in the crime-drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 2014, they appeared in Trey Songz's music video for "SmartPhones" and "What's Best for You" in which they played his love interest who catches him in the act of cheating via phone call.
Since 2014, Clemons has played Bianca in the comedy series Transparent. They also had a starring role on the MTV original series Eye Candy as Sophia. The series only aired for one season. They guest starred in a 2015 episode of New Girl as Winston's love interest, KC. Clemons appeared in Lady Gaga's music video for "Til It Happens to You", and in DJ Snake's music video for "Middle" alongside Josh Hutcherson. In 2016, Clemons played Beth in the comedy film Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. They also played Chase, a grad student from Chicago, in episodes of the Netflix original series Easy.
In 2016, Clemons was cast as Iris West in the action film The Flash, but the project was delayed due to the departure of director Rick Famuyiwa. Despite this, they were still slated to appear in the Justice League film as the same character, but their scenes were ultimately cut from the theatrical release. In 2021, Clemons' cut scenes from the 2017 Justice League movie was eventually released in Zack Snyder's Justice League. In March 2021, Clemons closed a deal to appear as Iris West in The Flash, now directed by Andy Muschietti.
In 2017, Clemons co-starred with Callum Turner in the drama The Only Living Boy in New York, and with Elliot Page in the horror remake Flatliners. In 2018, Clemons co-starred with Nick Offerman in musical comedy-drama Hearts Beat Loud. Clemons received the Atlanta Film Festival's inaugural Phoenix Award for Hearts Beat Loud in April 2018. In 2019, Clemons co-starred with Thomas Mann in the live-action remake musical romance Lady and the Tramp. In 2020, Clemons voiced Dee Dee Skyes in the Scooby-Doo film Scoob!.