Teagan Clive

Teagan Clive
Born November 5, 1959
United States
Occupation writer, actress, bodybuilder
Years active 1986-1990
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Spouse(s) Stan Berkowitz

Teagan Clive (born c. 1959) is an American writer, bodybuilder and actress. Subsequently she appeared in various roles in movies and on television.

Clive writes articles for periodicals, including Iron Man Magazine and the Weider magazine Muscle & Fitness, and has since the 1980s. She wrote screenplays which were produced for the television series Conan the Adventurer and Acapulco H.E.A.T.

Early life

Clive was abandoned as a child, and was cared for by a series of institutions and foster homes.[1] In public school and college she pursued athletic curricula including baseball and varsity volleyball.

Early training

In 1983, Clive began training with Don Ross at the Olympia Health Club in Oakland, California, where she told him, "I want to be the Arnold Schwarzenegger of female bodybuilding."[2]

Acting career


Year Title Role Other notes
1990 Vice Academy Part 2 BimboCop
Mob Boss Noelle
1989 Alienator The Alienator
Sinbad of the Seven Seas Soukra
1988 Pathos - segreta inquietudine Teagan Morrison
1987 Interzone Mantis
1986 Jumpin' Jack Flash Russian Exercise Woman
Armed and Dangerous Staff Member

Television appearances

Writing career


Clive wrote the "Power Café" diet column in Iron Man for 14 years.

In the 1990s Sports Illustrated hired Clive to investigate murder in bodybuilding, but she declined to capitalize on her work because her "participation in the project was met with so much disapproval" among her friends in the sport.

Television screenplays



  1. Dobbs, Bill (May 1985), "Big, Brawny and Beautiful", Flex, 3 (2): 111
  2. Dobbs, op cit, p. 112.
  3. Flex (May 1985), "Rock 'N Roll Teagan", Flex, 3 (2): p. 109

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