CAMILLE MANA is an actress and occasional producer.
Mana originated the title role in the world premiere of Asuncion written by and starring opposite Academy Award-nominee Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha Off-Broadway to rave reviews. Mana made her feature film debut in Smart People (Sundance/ Miramax) with Dennis Quaid. Recently, she can be seen in the SAG-nominated film Cake starring Jennifer Aniston. Other films include College (MGM) with Drake Bell and Haley Bennett, Norman opposite Dan Byrd, Adam Goldberg, and Academy Award-Nominee Richard Jenkins, High School (Sundance) starring Adrien Brody and Colin Hanks. She was a Series Regular on syndicated television sitcom One on One.
For the past five years, Camille has assistant taught and managed Raphael Sbarge's Actors Lab master class in Los Angeles.
Camille produced Equal Opportunity awarded Best Film in the inaugural NBC Comedy Shortcuts Festival, Official Selection of HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, CineVegas, SXSW, and dozens more. Additional producing credits include NBC Digital Series The Good Ol' Boys, feature film The Things We Carry, and upcoming short film Carnal Orient. Once named one of the Ten Promising Asian-Americans to Watch (East West Magazine), Mana completed her Economics degree at U.C. Berkeley in just six semesters. Camille resides in Los Angeles, with frequent visits to her mistress, New York City.