Camille Mitchell

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Camille Janclaire Mitchell is an American-Canadian actress, writer and director.

Born in Los Angeles and raised in Canada, she is the daughter of Cameron Mitchell and trained at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver and at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London.[1] She studied documentary filmmaking at Capilano University[2] and pursued her MFA at Loyola Marymount University's School of TV and Film.

Her work onstage, including the Shaw and Stratford Festivals, has been critically acclaimed and she has won one of Canada's Jessie Awards for her performance as Ariel in The Tempest.[3]

A 2021 Leo Award Nominee for Supporting Lead in a Television Film for "Ships in the Night", she is perhaps best known on television for her role as Sheriff Nancy Adams on Smallville, for which she was nominated for a Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series. For her recurring role on ABC's "Somewhere Between", she received a 2018 Leo Award nomination and she has been nominated for a 2019 Leo for Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series for her performance in "Van Helsing: I Awake". As a writer/director, her short films, A Mother's Love and "By The Fountain" have earned several international accolades.

Partial filmography[edit]

Year Title Special Notes Character
1988 Space Mutiny Jennera's voice
1991 Omen IV: The Awakening TV movie Madge Milligan
1996 Poltergeist: The Legacy TV series Sister Ingrid Rayne
2001 Suddenly Naked Sasha
2003-2008 Smallville TV series, 23 episodes Sheriff Nancy Adams
2006 A Decent Proposal Film Anna Varvinsky
2007 The L Word TV series, 2 episodes Becca Voynovich
2008 Another Cinderella Story Direct-to-video movie Regina Cretikos
2010 Caprica TV series, episode: "There Is Another Sky" Vesta
2010 Life Unexpected TV series, episode: "Love Unexpected" Evelyn Thomas
2017 Marry Me at Christmas Hallmark Channel movie Barb
2015 A Novel Romance Hallmark Channel movie Jackie Billings
2020 Arrow TV series, episode: "Green Arrow & The Canaries" Maria Bertinelli

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kornfield, Tova G. (April 22, 2011). "Camille Mitchell seduces in Graduate". The Jewish Independent. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  2. ^ Pozzo, Jasmyn (July 10, 2013). "Vancouver's Camille Mitchell earns industry acclaim for festival gem". Vancouver Observer. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  3. ^ "press.thepromotionpeople.ca". The Promotion People. Retrieved January 15, 2020.

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