Camille Mitchell is an actress, writer and director. Born in Los Angeles in 1964 and raised in Canada, she is the daughter of Cameron Mitchell and trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
Ms. Mitchell's work on stage, including the Shaw and Stratford Festivals, has been critically acclaimed and she has been nominated three times for Canada's Jessie Awards, winning once for her performance as Ariel in "The Tempest". 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.
As a writer/director, her first short film, "A Mother's Love" has earned several international accolades :
Winner, Writer / Director, Crazy 8s Film Competition 2012, Vancouver.
Winner, Best Drama, Super Shorts International Film Festival 2012, London, UK.
Winner, Gold Award, Honolulu Film Festival 2013.
Best Drama Short, Honorable Mention, Manhattan Film Festival, New York City 2013.
Best Script, Honorable Mention, California International Shorts Film Festival 2012.
Best Screenplay, Official Finalist, Canada International Film Festival, Vancouver 2013.
Best Short Screenplay, Semi-Finalist, Vail Film Festival 2013.
2013 Madrid International Film Festival Nominations : Best Short Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing of a Short Film, Best Script.
Official Selection, International Film Festival Of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles 2012.
Official Selection, Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival 2013.
Official Selection, Manhattan Film Festival, New York City 2013.
Official Selection, Madrid International Film Festival 2013.
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|Smallville||2003||TV series||Sheriff Nancy Adams|
|A Decent Proposal||2006||Film||Anna Varvinsky|
|The L Word||2007||TV series||Becca|
|Another Cinderella Story||2008||Regina Cretikos|
|Life Unexpected||2010||TV series||Evelyn Thomas|
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