Camille Prats

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Camille Prats
Born Sheena Patricia Camille Quiambao Prats
(1985-06-20) June 20, 1985 (age 29)
Philippines
Nationality Filipina
Occupation Actress
Height 5'2"
Spouse(s) Anthony Linsangan
(2008–2011) (his death)

Sheena Patricia Camille Quiambao Prats, known as Camille Prats (born June 20, 1985) is a Filipina actress and younger sister of actor John Prats. After her pregnancy, she came back on her Home Network GMA-7 to play Lily Cervantes in the drama series Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan?. Her biggest break on Television is the role of Sandra Santiago/Susan Velasco in Munting Heredera currently aired on GMA Network.

Biography[edit]

Camille Prats is the second child of Daniel Rafael and Alma (née Quiambao from Pampanga) Prats. Also, she is the niece of former actress Mia Prats. She has a sister and three brothers, one of whom is also an actor John Prats.

Camille Prats's first foray into show business came in 1990 when she was a contestant in "Little Miss Philippines," a popular segment of the variety show Eat Bulaga. This led to her regular appearances in ABS-CBN's children's program Ang TV.

In 1995, Camille Prats catapulted into fame when she starred in the movie Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa, a Philippine adaptation of the anime Princess Sarah, which was in turn based on Frances Hodgson Burnett children's novel A Little Princess.

As Camille Prats grew up, she appeared in sitcoms and teen-oriented dramas. But in 2006, she decided to shed her "Princess Sarah" image by posing for the Philippine edition of FHM Magazine.[1]

Camille Prats is currently seen in GMA Network television programs such as the weekly variety show SOP Gigsters, the telefantasya Super Twins and the sitcom Ganda ng Lola Ko (aired by Quality TeleVision, a subsidiary of GMA Network). She was also one of Richard Gutierrez's leading ladies in Captain Barbell.[2] Camille Prats is now managed by ALV, and is now a contract artist of GMA Network.

Like her brother John Prats, young TV actress Camille Prats decided to go to the United States in September to finish her studies.[3]

Anthony C. Linsangan, from AMA Makati and founder of Wheels Auto Performance, is the actual father of Camille's baby.[4] Prats confirmed her civil marriage with Anthony Linsangan on January 5, 2008 in Los Angeles, California at The Albertson Wedding Chapel.[5]

On January 24, 2008, Prats gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Nathaniel Caesar P. Linsangan, or Nathan for short.[6]

In 2009 she was allowed to be part of the Horror movie T2 distributed by Star Cinema under ABS-CBN Film and also recently invited in Kapamilya Deal or No Deal also seen on ABS-CBN. But she confirmed via PEP.com that she will remain a GMA contract actress.[7][8]

Camille Prats also appeared in her first villaines role in Bantatay Prats is now currently starring in the heavy drama aired on GMA Network titled Munting Heredera co-starring with Gloria Romero which became the most watched TV drama in primetime.

On September 23, 2011, her husband, Anthony Linsangan died of nasopharyngeal carcinoma at the age of 31.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1992 Ang TV Herself ABS-CBN
1993 Oki Doki Doc Camille
1998 G-mik Roni Salcedo
1999 Marinella Marie
2000 Arriba, Arriba! Biba Arriba
2001 Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan Terry
2003 Tabing Ilog Natasha
Basta't Kasama Kita Diamante/Susan Catindig
Home Along Da Airport Sam
2004 SOP Herself GMA Network
2005 Ganda ng Lola Ko! Dedeth QTV (now GMA News TV)
Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako Joyce Cardenal GMA Network
2006-2007 Captain Barbell Marikit 'Kit' Salvacion
2007 Super Twins Drew Barimor
2008 Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan? Lily Medrano
2009 Ikaw Sana Geselle
Totoy Bato Teen Anna
2010 Pilyang Kerubin Rosa
2010-2011 Bantatay Daisy Razon (Antagonist)
2011-2012 Munting Heredera Sandra Santiago/Susan Velasco (protagonist)
2012 Luna Blanca Rowena Sandoval (Protagonist/Antagonist)
Spooky Valentines: Premonisyon Grace
2012–present Mars Herself/Host GMA News TV
2013 Bukod Kang Pinagpala Bessie Alcuar (Protagonist) GMA Network
One Day, Isang Araw Daisy's mother
Binoy Henyo Game-show host
Para Sa’Yo Ang Laban Na Ito Herself
The Ryzza Mae Show Herself/Guest
Magpakailanman: The Buboy Liit Story
Celebrity Bluff Herself/Contestant
Kahit Nasaan Ka Man Love Hotline host
Tibay ng Pusong Pilipino Herself/Co-host
Sarap with Family Herself/Guest GMA News TV
2014 Follow That Star Herself
Sunday All Stars Herself/Guest GMA Network
The Borrowed Wife Maricar Santos/Sophia (protagonist)
2015 Second Chances Rebecca

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role Film Production
2014 Third Eye Regal Films
2009 T2 Tess Star Cinema (distributor)
2006 Mga batang bangketa Clarissa Rosas Entertainment Films
2005 Dreamboy Paul Star Cinema
2002 Jologs Cameo
2001 Yamashita: The Tiger's Treasure Xyra
1999 Hiling Anna
Haba-baba-doo! Puti-puti-poo! Camille
1997 Wanted Perfect Murder Lukay
Ang pulubi at ang prinsesa Rosalie
Pakners Mando MAQ Productions
Shake Rattle and Roll 6 Jennifer (segment "Ang Telebisyon") Regal Entertainment, Inc.
1996 Ang TV Movie: The Adarna Adventure Carla Star Cinema
Madrasta Liza
Oki Doki Doc:The Movie Camille
1995 Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa
Eskapo Roberta Lopez
1994 Hindi pa tapos ang labada, darling
Eat All You Can

Film Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Award Movie Remarks
1997 Star Awards for Movies Movies Popular Child Actress "Wanted: Perfect Murder" (1996) ! Nominated
1997 FAMAS Awards Best Child Actress "Madrasta (1996)" Nominated
1997 9th Annual National Consumers Awards Movie Child Performer of the year ""Madrasta" (1996) Nominated
1997 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Best Child Actress ""Madrasta" (1996) Won
1996 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Best Child Actress ""Sarah... ang munting prinsesa" (1995) Won

Awards[edit]

TV Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Organization Award TV show Remarks
2014 Golden Screen Awards Outstanding Celebrity Talk Program Host "(Mars/GMA News TV)" (2013) Nominated
2006 Golden Screen Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress "(MMK:Glab)" (2005) Won
1997 Star Awards for TV Most Popular Child Actress "Oki Doki Doc" (1996) Nominated
1996 Star Awards for TV Most Popular Child Actress "Ang TV" (1995) Nominated

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