Ford is the daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd and nightclub entertainer David Ford.Ford has two half-siblings, Molly "Ariel" Shepherd Oppenheim and Cyrus "Zack" Shepherd Oppenheim from her mother's remarriage to chiropractor Bruce Oppenheim.So it’s not clear whether she identifies as bisexual or gay, but either way, it’s good for queer visibility!where she discussed how she came to identify as gay while on the show.Clementine Shepherd Ford (born June 29, 1979) is an American actress and known for her appearance as Molly Kroll on Showtime's The L Word.In April 2009, she joined the cast of the soap opera The Young and the Restless in the role of Mackenzie Browning.
It was really misleading and full of misquotes to sell the magazine,” Ford told I never want to put a label on myself — but knowing that not everyone comes from such a liberal place, when something like Prop 8 comes out, you realize it’s important to stand up and be counted.A little gay kid in a small town is more important than whether I want a label. ” I almost wrote a nasty letter and then I stopped myself because I thought, if anyone is stupid enough to actually believe that Showtime would let us have real sex, then that’s not my problem. But it made me very angry., on which After readers should know all interviews are meant to be taken very, very seriously. Maybe, but she doesn’t feel the need for a label, and doesn’t want to be utilized as a poster child or a selling point for magazines.(And just for those newbies who might be Clem fans and stumbled onto the site for the first time, that’s complete sarcasm.)To clarify her comments and misquotes about Kate, Clementine says, “I would never say anything about someone else’s sexuality. She wants to have a career that’s free of labels — including Cybill Shepherd‘s daughter.“A lot of people think I get roles because of my mom,” Ford told but the show shot in Vancouver and they wanted to hire a Canadian because Molly was only intended to be a one-episode part.As for whether she’s dating anyone now, Ford said, “Yes, I am, but it’s new and I wouldn’t call it a relationship.I don’t want to say too much and jinx it.”By the end of the interview, Ford was playing every lesbian’s favorite game: Project the Gayness.“Mum and Jane (Lynch) have such a great energy together, on screen and off,” Ford said. I want them to be together so badly; it’s my secret dream.”So maybe this isn’t UPDATE: The label Clementine used in the magazine to describe herself is “out” and the article implies the person she’s currently dating is a woman.Feminist writer Clementine Ford's father is running as a One Nation in Queensland - but he has declared he is proud of her work.