Nurse Claiborne (voiced by Jennifer Hale) was one of the three secondary villain of the 2009 animated horror film Alvin and the Chipmunks: House of Blood and also a member of a biker gang.
In 2003, Nurse Claiborne, along with two bikers named Albedo (Yuri Lowenthal) and the Penguin (Stephen Root), travels to Monterrey Park, California and stops in an Asian supermarket. In the supermarket, Nurse Claiborne takes to hassling Japanese American female customer named Kuki Sanban (Lauren Tom), having both Albedo and the Penguin restrain Kuki's African American friend named Abigail Lincoln (Cree Summer). Having grabbed Abigail's wallet when she attempted to throw it to Kuki, Nurse Claiborne taunts Kuki, making Kuki grudgingly ask for it back and address her as Clarissa. After Abigail Lincoln mangles their motorcycles for troubling her and Kuki, Nurse Claiborne and her fellow bikers follow the two girls back to the suburbs of Riverside. Despite being reluctant to participate in her friends' plan to burn down the haunted house after siphoning gasoline from a red Mazda sedan, Nurse Claiborne, however, after being reassured by the Penguin that nobody will get injured, wanders off to look around. Going into the haunted house, Nurse Claiborne nonchalantly begins toying with some of the equipment lying around on the second floor, eventually climbing up onto the third floor that leads to the attic. Finding a rope and rake used to hoist dry leaves, Nurse Claiborne begins swinging from it for fun, catching the attention of, and annoys Albedo, who demands her to come down this instant, so they can help the Penguin in his revenge plans. Unseen by Albedo, Nurse Claiborne was ultimately grabbed by Theodore Seville (possessed by Donald Walls) and pulled back into the attic, where Theodore/Donald stabs her by the throat with a sharp pitchfork. Shortly, before Theodore/Donald kills him too, Albedo finds Nurse Claiborne's corpse, while Theodore/Donald later moves. Nurse Claiborne's corpse was later found and eventually taken away by the authorities.