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Camille will next appear in The Odd Couple by Neil Simon at The Everyman Cork directed by Conor Hanratty and in SAUCE by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth, directed by Jeda de Bri in a festival in Dublin this September. She recently appeared in We Can’t Have Monkeys In The House (by Ciara Smyth. Dir: Olivia Songer).
Camille is a graduate of the Philippe Gaulier school, LA’s iO West Improv school, The Gaiety School of Acting and University College Dublin. Camille is also a writer, improviser and founder of Brazen Tales productions for which, she wrote and performed in the highly successful Big Bobby. Little Bobby (First Fortnight Winner, Little Gem & Best Performer nominee. Dir: Kelly Shatter) and How To be Angry (First Fortnight & Best Ensemble nominee. Dir: Anna Sheils McNamee). She has regularly appeared on Callan’s Kicks (James Cotter/Catchy Title), Republic of Telly & Bridget & Eamon (Jason Butler/RTE).
Theatre credits include: The Odd Couple (The Everyman Theatre), GPO 1818 (Fishamble), The Grimm Tale of Cinderella (Jeda De Bri/Smock Alley), Coast (Tracy Martin/Red Bear productions), Monster Clock (Collapsing Horse), Travesties (Rough Magic), Pocket Music (Little Gem Award), Anna in Between (Pillowtalk/Best Performer nominee), A Christmas Carol (The Gate); Serious Money (Rough Magic SEEDS), Durang Durang (Brazen Tales, Top Theatre Performance), Fused (Dan Bergin/ Project Arts Centre), Apollonia (White Label), The Angel of Woolwich (Anna Sheils McNamee), Always Alone Together (Game Theory), Animus (Denis Clohessy), The Lesson (Zoe Reardon), Richard III, Twelfth Night (Fast & Loose), Spartacus, War of the Roses (Whiplash Productions); When the Hunter Returns (Quare Hawks). Miss Julie (Landmark). TV & Film credits include: Going Down (James Cotter/Vico Films), The Rafters (John Carney/Warehouse), From Here (Shane Byrne, THEATREclub), Hubble (RTE Junior, Deborah Spillane), Reset, Hold (Peter Dunne).