Camille Sullivan Complete Biography
Mary lynne Stella
46 years Old
Date Of Birth
6 July 1975
5 Feet 7 inches (1.7m)
60 kg (132 lbs )
Arts High School in Toronto. Later Studied in The University Of British School Columbia.
The Butterfly Effect (2004)
Debut TV Series
Dark Angel (2000)
Approximately $ 5 Million
About Camille Sullivan:
Camille Sullivan was Born on 6 July 1975 in Toronto Canada.Her Zodiac sign is Aries. She is Single.She has been in a number of films and television shows.
Rookie Blue, Da Vinci’s Inquest, Intelligence, and Shattered are just a few of her famous television performances. She was nominated for a Leo Award for her performance in Normal. Her Zodiac sign is Aries. Camille Sullivan is a veteran of Canadian crime dramas.
Camille Sullivan Physical Appearance:
Camille Sullivan stands at 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 121 pounds. Her eyes are blue and her hair is blonde. She is thought to be extremely attractive, with classic features.Sullivan is a natural beauty who looks stunning even when she isn’t wearing cosmetics. Camille Sullivan Hair is Blonde.Her Eyes Are Blue.He almost has a Natural beauty.
Camille Sullivan Early Life:
Camille Sullivan is descended from a French Canadian family. Camille Sullivan was raised in a strict Catholic family. For elementary and high school, she attended an all-girls Catholic school. She has never been married.
Her Acting Career:
Camille Sullivan’s Filmography
Camille Sullivan has appeared in 21 films.
The Butterfly Effect was her debut feature film (2004, as Cricket). She was 28 years old when she acted in this film. She has appeared in 21 feature films since 2004. The Orchard is the last one (2015). Katie is the character she played in this film. She portrayed Anne in the film Hunter Hunter.
She starred in Mistresses, a Lifetime drama pilot written by Melissa Carter and based on the British television series of the same name. Other recent television credits include guest appearances on Proof, Motive, Falling Skies, Combat Hospital, Alcatraz, Flashpoint, and The Killing, as well as recurring parts on Man in the High Castle, Rookie Blue, Red Widow, and Hellcats.
Camille Sullivan began her acting career when she was 14 years old, in 1998. She quickly rose to prominence in her field in a short amount of time, influencing people through her work and gaining a great deal of fame. Her career came full circle after a while, as she rose in prominence. Camille Sullivan became well-known in her own nation of Canada, as well as in other countries, as a result of her performance.
Camille Sullivan, a veteran of Canadian crime dramas, has joined the cast of ABC/Global Television’s “Rookie Blue” as production on the second season begins.
Lauren Holly (NCIS) has been cast as a guest star in Thump Inc. and Entertainment One’s famous Canadian cop thriller.
Sullivan will play investigator Jo Rosati in the second season of Rookie Blue, which will consist of 13 episodes shot in and around Toronto from early 2011 to early 2012.
In the CBC drama Intelligence by Chris Haddock, the Vancouver-based actor played the ex-wife of a criminal leader, and in another CBC cop series, DaVinci’s Inquest, he played a vice cop.
Camille Sullivan is a multi-award-winning actress from Canada. She was just nominated for a 2018 Canadian Screen Award for Leading Actress for her outstanding performance in CTV’s miniseries The Disappearance.
Camille was nominated for a Gemini Award twice, once for her performance of Amy Lynch, the series protagonist on CTV’s Shattered. Then there was her performance in Chris Haddock’s Intelligence for CBC as Francine Reardon, the explosive cocaine and alcohol addicted ex-wife of a west coast criminal leader.
She got the UBCP/ACTRA best actress award for her amazing performance in the critically acclaimed film Ally Was Screaming. Camille also won another UBCP/ACTRA best actress award for her performance opposite Gabrielle Rose in the tragic film Birdwatcher. Her performance in Sisters and Brothers earned her a third UBCP Award. Carl Bessai’s multi-award winning dramatic feature film Normal is another main credit. Camille earned a Leo Award for Best Actress in a Feature Length Film for her work in Normal. Mount Pleasant, written and directed by Ross Weber, and Mothers and Daughters, an improvised film directed by Carl Bessai for which she received another LEO nomination, are among her other major parts. Camille also appears in Bessai’s Fathers and Sons, and now Sisters and Brothers completes the trilogy.
Camille will be honored with the UBCP/ACTRA Artistic Achievement Award for Women in Film in June 2018. This prize honors her entire body of work.
Camille will next be seen in Bruce Sweeny’s Kingsway, as well as the CBC’s Unspeakable miniseries.
Camille Sullivan Education:
Sullivan was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She majored in visual arts at an arts high school in Toronto. She went on to the University of British Columbia to study acting.
She is bilingual (English and French). Ice skating, swing dancing, stage combat, and kickboxing are among her other talents.
Camille Sullivan Favorites
Hobbies: Internet Surfing, Shopping, Travelling, Swimming
Favorite Food: Pizza, Burger, Ice Cream
Favorite Destination: Alberta, Tokyo
Favorite Color: Black, Purple
Camille Sullivan Net Worth:
Camille has a net worth between $3 million and $5 million. Camille made the most of her money from her Yeezy footwear. While she had overstated the size of her business throughout the years, the money she made from it was real–enough to make her one of the richest celebrities of all time. Her primary source of income is as a successful actress. Her net worth is estimated to be between $5 and $10 million. She has a sizable social media following on top of that.