Camille Sullivan

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Camille Sullivan
Born (1975-07-06) July 6, 1975 (age 44)[1][2]
Years active1998–present

Camille Sullivan (born July 6, 1975) is a Canadian actress. She has starred in various films and television series. Among her notable television appearances are Rookie Blue, Da Vinci's Inquest, Intelligence and Shattered. She won a Leo Award for her role in Normal.

Personal life[edit]

Sullivan is from Vancouver, British Columbia.[4] She attended an arts high school in Toronto, majoring in visual arts. She later studied acting at the University of British Columbia.[5]

She speaks both English and French. Her other skills include ice skating, swing dancing, stage combat and kickboxing.[6]



Year Title Role Notes
2000 A Good Burn Nurse
2000 Screwed Flower Shop Clerk
2000 Best in Show Philly AM Assistant
2001 Room Sarah Short film
2003 A Problem with Fear Michelle
2005 Neverwas Young Katherine Pierson (uncredited)
2006 Mount Pleasant Sarah Cameron
2007 Normal Elise
2008 Mothers & Daughters Rebecca
2010 The Traveler Deputy Jane Hollows
2010 Voodoo Mrs. Decker Short film
2011 Sisters & Brothers Maggie
2012 Binner Woman Short film
2013 The Marine 3: Homefront Amanda
2014 Ally Was Screaming Casey
2015 Welcome Home
2016 Dead Rising: Endgame Susan Ingot Filming
2016 The Unseen Darlene
2018 Kingsway Jess Horvat

TV shows[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Dead Man's Gun Ellie Episode: "The Judgment of Joe Dean Bonner"
1998 First Wave Diana Black Episode: "Book of Shadows"
1999 Beggars and Choosers TV series
2000 So Weird Loretta Episode: "Beeing There"
2000 The Immortal Blonde Girl Episode: "Flight 666"
2000–2001 Big Sound Lisa 5 episodes
2001 Strange Frequency Waitress Episode: "Cold Turkey"
Episode: "A Change Will Do You Good"
2001 Da Vinci's Inquest junkie girl Episode: "It's Backwards Day"
2002–2005 Da Vinci's Inquest Det. Suki Taylor 28 episodes
2002 Dark Angel Lida Episode: "Love in Vein"
2002 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Tiffany Sands 1 episode
2002 Taken Adult Nina Toth TV miniseries
2004 Cold Squad Principal Episode: "No Life Like It"
2004 The L Word Helen Episode: "Lies, Lies, Lies"
2005 The L Word Valerie Goins Episode: "Luminous"
2005 Battlestar Galactica Pilot / Stepchild Episode: "The Hand of God"
2005 Reunion Meghan Phillips 4 episodes
2005 Intelligence Francine Reardon TV movie
2005 Terminal City Julie Episode: "1.9"
Episode: "1.10"
2006 49th and Main Brooke TV series
2006 Dark Storm Ellie TV movie
2006 Cries in the Dark Elle TV movie
2006–2007 Intelligence Francine Reardon 22 episodes
2007 Conspiracy Susan Collins Episode: "Pilot"
2008 Sea Beast Arden TV movie
2009 Mistresses Kate TV movie
2009 Ice Twisters Joanne TV movie
2010 Goblin Kate Perkins TV movie
2010 R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Mom Episode: "The Girl in the Painting"
2010 Stargate Universe Val Episode: "Visitation"
2010–2011 Shattered Det. Amy Lynch 13 episodes
2011 Fairly Legal Elizabeth Episode: "Bo Me Once"
2011 Hellcats Emily 4 episodes
2011 The Killing Meg Connell Episode: "Orpheus Descending"
2011 Rookie Blue Det. Jo Rosati 7 episodes
2011 Combat Hospital Chaplain Plottell Episode: "Reason to Believe"
2011 The Secret Circle Heather Barnes Episode: "Heather"
2011 Flashpoint Robyn Engels Episode: "Wild Card"
2012 Alcatraz Sonya Sylvane Episode: "Pilot"
2012 Falling Skies Avery Churchill Episode: "Compass"
2013 Motive Lila Bergin Episode: "Public Enemy"
2013 Red Widow Newton 7 episodes
2015 Proof Episode: Tsunami: Part One
2015–2016 The Man in the High Castle Karen 7 episodes
2017 The Disappearance Helen


Year Play Role Notes
2010 Sexual Perversity In Chicago Deb The Caven, Vancouver, BC
The Plastic Project 2 Barbara/Chorus Frederic Wood Theatre
The Forced Marriage Dorimene Frederic Wood Theatre
A Lie of the Mind Beth Frederic Wood Theatre
The Plastic Project Barbara Frederic Wood Theatre
Antigone Antigone Frederic Wood Theatre
The Maids Madame Dorothy Somerset Studio
Mystics She Station Street Arts Center
Andy Warhol Exhibition Edie Sedgewick Vancouver Art Gallery


  1. ^ Camille Sullivan - ABC Studios MediaNet
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Camille Sullivan - Da Vinci Online
  4. ^ "Camille Sullivan". Facebook. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
  5. ^ "Junior's Cave Interview: Film/TV Actress- Camille Sullivan". 2011-04-14. Archived from the original on 2012-04-04. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
  6. ^ "Camille Sullivan, actor - resume". Retrieved 2012-06-27.

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