Camille Sullivan is an award winning Canadian actress. Most recently, Camille starred in the critically acclaimed horror/thriller, Hunter Hunter, opposite Devon Sawa and Nick Stahl. She played a leading role in the limited series, Unspeakable for CBC and starred in the film, Kingsway, directed by Bruce Sweeney. In 2018, Camille was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Leading Actress for her work in the CTV limited series, The Disappearance, and honored with the Women in Film UBCP/ACTRA Artistic Achievement Award for her body of work. Camille has twice been nominated for Gemini Awards; once for her portrayal of Detective Amy Lynch, series lead, on CTVs' Shattered, and then again for her portrayal of Francine Reardon, the volatile cocaine and alcohol addicted ex-wife of a west coast crime boss, in Chris Haddocks' Intelligence for CBC. Camille has also won five UBCP/ACTRA Awards for her performances in the films; Hunter Hunter, Kingsway, the much lauded Ally Was Screaming, The Birdwatcher opposite Gabrielle Rose and the completely improvised Sisters and Brothers from director Carl Bessai. Her other recent television credits include recurring roles on; Big Sky, The Man in the High Castle, Rookie Blue and Hellcats. Other television credits include guest starring roles on; Proof, Motive, Falling Skies, Combat Hospital, Alcatraz, Flashpoint and The Killing.
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