Camille Stopps

Camille Stopps

Program Completed at the CFC

Actors' Conservatory

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Growing up in the small town of Cobourg, ON, Camille embraced Toronto with open arms and a huge smile. She attained her Honours BFA, graduating on the Dean's List, from Ryerson University's Theatre: Performance Dance Program. At RTS she was awarded a Millennium Scholarship Award for Excellence, the Kenny Pearl Scholarship Award for commitment, and a Dance Recognition award for progress and continued potential.

Camille's dance experience includes working with renowned Canadian choreographers like David Earle, Matjash Mrozewski, and Valerie Calam. This experience is invaluable to her success and credit as an actor.

During her time at Ryerson, Camille sparked a keen and unavoidable interest for acting on camera. She has continued training intensively over the last two years.

Last year saw Camille starring in the dramatic short Jane, dancing and acting in the Toronto Fringe Festival work without, starring in two feature films (both currently in post-production), along with other various film/TV work. Camille played the female lead in the CFC TV teaser Kootenay Ridge. Camille additionally works as a model, represented by arguably the top agency in Toronto.