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JEMAINE CLEMENT (Billy Wearslter) and Bret McKenzie comprise the Grammy Award-winning musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords. They have toured internationally and released four CDs: "Folk the World Tour" (2002), "The Distant Future" (2007), "Flight of the Conchords" (2008) and "I Told You I Was Freaky" (2009). The Conchords produced a six-part improvisational comedy radio program on BBC Radio 2 and have appeared on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," the "Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Late, Late Show." After appearing in 2005 on HBO's "One Night Stand," the Conchords were offered their own 12-part HBO series "Flight of the Conchords," which turned into a two-season run. The show developed a massive cult following and garnered an Emmy nomination for best comedy.

Clement currently stars in the new Noah Hawley drama series for FX, "Legion," opposite Dan Stevens and Rachel Keller. Prior to that, he starred as the lead villain alongside Mark Rylance in Steven Spielberg's The BFG, based on the Roald Dahl novel. Clement also voiced the role of Tamatoa in the Disney feature Moana and starred in the Sundance breakout People Places Things, written and directed by Jim Strouse.

Previously, Clement starred in the Jared Hess comedy Gentlemen Broncos, a role that landed him an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Male, and Hess' follow-up Don Verdean, opposite Sam Rockwell and Danny McBride. After starring in Taika Waititi's Eagle vs Shark, Clement and the filmmaker collaborated on What We Do in the Shadows, a vampire mockumentary that they co-wrote and co-directed.

Other feature credits include Dinner for Schmucks, Despicable Me, Rio, Rio 2 and Men in Black 3.


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