Camden Toy

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Camden Toy
Toy at the Big Apple Convention in Manhattan, October 17, 2009.
Born 1957
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Occupation Film, television actor

Camden Toy is an American actor, screenwriter, and film editor. He is best known as a character actor, often under special effects prosthetic makeup. He has acted in over one hundred independent films, and a number of television roles.

His father, Malcolm, worked at the makeup department of Paramount Pictures under Wally Westmore and introduced Camden to makeup effects at an early age.

Toy was one of the founding members and artistic director of the Obie Award-winning Nada in New York City.

After moving to Los Angeles, he appeared on Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Emmy Award nominated episode "Hush" in season four as a "Gentleman." In season seven, he played the skin-eating demon Gnarl in "Same Time, Same Place", and had a recurring role of the "Ubervamp" Turok-Han. He also played the Nosferatu-like character "The Prince of Lies" on the Angel episode "Why We Fight".

Toy was a series regular on the television sitcom Goodnight Burbank and is now a series regular on the Emmy Award nominated web series The Bay, which is in its third season.

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