Camille RossCVFEB13.pdf [CV, 222KB]
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Camille will next appear in Coast by Tracy Martin with Red Bear Productions at Dublin Fringe 2016/Project Arts Centre. She recently appeared in Bridget & Eamon (RTE) and regularly appears in sketches for Republic of Telly (Jason Butler/RTE) and Callan’s Kicks (James Cotter/RTE & Catchy Title). Camille is Artistic Director of Brazen Tales Productions and recently co-wrote & performed her one-woman show Big Bobby. Little Bobby at Dublin Fringe 2015, First Fortnight festival & Brighton Fringe 2016 (Winner First Fortnight Award* Best Performer & Little Gem Nominee).
Camille is a graduate of LA’s iO West Improv school (where alumni include Amy Poehler & Tina Fey), The Gaiety School of Acting, has an honours degree from UCD and completed Play On (a Playwriting programme with Dublin Theatre Festival). Camille is part of a Long-form improv group called Tiny and is also developing her comedy writing for stage and screen.
Theatre credits include: How to Be Angry (Brazen Tales/Scene & Heard Festival), Fused: the interactive live gaming adventure (Dan Bergin/ Project Arts Centre), (A)pollonia (White Label), The Angel of Woolwich (Anna Sheils McNamee /Collaborations 2014), Always Alone Together (Game Theory/Collaborations 2014), Animus (Denis Clohessy/Fringe 2013), The Lesson (Zoe Reardon/Project Arts Centre), Monster Clock (Collapsing Horse),Travesties (Rough Magic), Anna in Between (Pillowtalk/ Nominated for Best Female performer* Fringe 2013),Durang Durang (Brazen Tales, Top Theatre Performance 2012*entertainment.ie), A Christmas Wish (Boil in the Bag), Pocket Music (Little Gem Award* Fringe 2011),We are all in the Gutter with (Case Study), Richard III, Twelfth Night (Fast & Loose); A Christmas Carol (The Gate); Serious Money (Rough Magic SEEDS); Spartacus, War of the Roses (Whiplash Productions); When the Hunter Returns (Quare Hawks). Miss Julie (Landmark). Other TV & Film credits: Going Down (James Cotter/Vico Films), The Rafters (John Carney/Warehouse) and Hubble(RTE Junior), Reset, Hold (Peter Dunne).