Camille Mana

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Camille Mana
Born (1986-09-01) September 1, 1986 (age 28) [1]
Orange County, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Camille Mana (born September 1, 1986) is an American actress.

Born in Orange County, California, she is of Filipino/Chinese descent. Camille graduated from University of California, Berkeley in six semesters with a degree in Economics.

She got her first starring role as Lisa on UPN's long-running sitcom One on One during the fifth and final season opposite Kyla Pratt, Robert Ri'chard, and R&B star Ray J. Mana next appeared in the Miramax Films dramedy Smart People playing Missy Chin. She also co-starred in the MGM teen comedy film College. She can be seen in five other feature films including Cake, Norman, High School, Why Am I Doing This, and Speed-Dating.

She produced a short film, Equal Opportunity, which won NBC's First Annual Comedy Shortcuts Festival and earned Mana a development grant prize. An official selection in the HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, and South by Southwest (SXSW). She also co-produced the dramatic feature film The Things We Carry.

Camille originated the title role in the World Premiere of Asuncion, a play written by Jesse Eisenberg. She starred opposite Eisenberg and Justin Bartha at The Cherry Lane Theatre in New York.[2][3] She played the role of Amanda in the West Coast Premiere of 4000 Miles, the Obie-Award Winning play by Amy Herzog at American Conservatory Theater.[4]

Filmography[edit]

  • Cake (2015) - Nurse Amparo
  • Bones (2014) - Actress (Voice)
  • Chosen (2013) - Actress
  • Josh Moore Show (2013) - Tessa
  • High School (2010) - Dana
  • Norman (2010) - Helen Black
  • Speed-Dating (2010) - Kiki
  • The Things We Carry (2009) - Co-Producer
  • Why Men Go Gay in LA (2009) - Actress
  • Why Am I Doing This? (2009) - Nicky
  • The Samurai of Strongsville, Ohio (2009) - Suki Tan
  • College (2008) - Heather
  • Smart People (2008) - Missy Chin
  • Equal Opportunity (2007) - Grace Ching Chong
  • One on One (2005–2006) - Lisa Sanchez
  • Johnny Benson's Adventures in the Blogosphere (2005) - Allison
  • Harlequin (2004) - Peggy Lin
  • The O.C. (2003) - Fashion P.A.
  • Angel (2001) - Les

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.famouswiki.com/birthday/8756/camille-mana.html
  2. ^ "Tickets for Jesse Eisenberg's ASUNCION Go On Sale Today". broadwayworld.com. 2011-09-12. Retrieved 2011-09-13. 
  3. ^ Conversations with Ross: Featuring Camille Mana http://www.rosscarey.com/2011/10/11/episode-45-featuring-camille-mana/
  4. ^ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/erika-milvy/4000-miles-amy-herzog_b_2616751.html/

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