Claire's acting job began with stage appearances off-off-Broadway, in manufacturing of "Happiness," "Punk Ballet," and "Kids on Stage," where she choreographed a solo dancing piece. Among her tv credits are "Law and Order," where she plays a young design that removes her agent; "No Room For Opal," as Tyne Daly's daughter; and "The Coming Out of Heidi Leiter," as a gay woman's relative. Claire made her movie debut at the age of 11 in the part of a molested little one in "Dreams of Love," with Milos Forman as executive manufacturer. She additionally appeared in a short movie, "Thirty," created for stylist Geoffrey Beene; and in a film event short, "The Pesky Suitor," with Sully Boyar. Claire lately finished development enacting Beth in Columbia Pictures' upcoming launch, "Little Women," with Winona Ryder and Susan Sarandon. When she is not working, Claire uses investing time on her school researches, particularly the humanities and science.