Raised between Buckinghamshire and Bucharest, Camilla trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama and Atelier Raymond-Girard (Paris) in addition to her Joint Hons BA in French & Drama at Queen Mary College, London University. An avid linguist, she has worked in French, Italian, German and Spanish to date and hopes that Romanian and Portuguese can be next.
Camilla is currently the part of Dr Emile Leger in the new US/French TV Thriller Series Jo, starring Jean Reno. The Atlantique Productions (Borgias, Law & Order) series has currently been sold to seventeen countries. Other screen work includes the comedy In The Mix under the direction of Denis Lawson, and a cameo in Danny Dyer's new pilot TV series The Smoke. Her next screen project will be using her Italian, playing the part of Signorina Tagliatella in Roberto Bernardi's feature Il Primo Passo.
Stage appearances include Photo Me at the Riverside Studios as part of the Tête à Tête Opera Season, David Wood's The Witches at the Wyndham's West End/Birmingham Rep/ATG Tour with Ruby Wax and she has just finished Don Quixote at the Croydon Warehouse. Camilla also had the central role of Sobrana written for her in Marco Ghelardi's award-winning Italian language Di Come Savona Ebbe Il Suo Teatro, which had repeated seasons in northern Italy. She has also read and performed new writing alongside Sir Tim Rice, Carolyn Pertwee, Dorothea Phillips, Jenny Patrick and Martin Cort.
Recent recordings include the novel Manhattan In Reverse by Peter F Hamilton, radio drama The Wold Wide Web by Paddy Gormley and memoir Apricots On The Nile by Colette Rossant. Alongside her stage and screen work, Camilla is also a classically trained guitarist and singer, and has just released her debut album under the name Diva de la Guitare: Entr'acte. When she can, Camilla also enjoys painting the occasional portrait commission.