Camille Mitchell has garnered extraordinary acclaim for her versatility onstage and onscreen. A leading lady at the Stratford and Shaw festivals, The London Times hailed her as "a gift to the theater." A 2019 and 2018 Leo Award nominee for her diverse performances on ABC's "Somewhere Between" with Laura Patton and SyFy's "Van Helsing", she starred as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate" at Vancouver's Arts Club Theatre. For her television role as tough-talking Sheriff Nancy Adams on Warner Brothers' Smallville (2001) over five seasons, she was nominated for the Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series. Other recent recurring and guest starring roles include "Legion" with Dan Stevens, "Arrow", "iZombie", "Caprica" with Eric Stoltz and "Life Unexpected" with Shiri Appleby, produced by Liz Tigelaar. Films include "Concrete Blondes" and "Frankie and Hazel" with Joan Plowright. She won Canada's Jessie Award for her portrayal of Ariel in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" at the Vancouver Playhouse and was also nominated for Best Actress Awards for Blanche in "A Streetcar Named Desire" starring opposite Kim Coates, Madame Tourvel in "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," and Elizabeth in "The Crucible." Born in Santa Monica to Hollywood star Cameron Mitchell and Viennese actress Camille Janclaire, Camille was raised in Vancouver, Canada, and studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England. Also a director and writer, her short films "By the Fountain" and "A Mother's Love" for Crazy 8s have won international accolades including the Vail Film Festival, Manhattan Film Festival, Madrid Film Festival and the Best Drama Award at London's Supershorts Film Festival.
- Martha Munro
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