Biography

Camilla is an actress and multi award winning filmmaker, born and raised in Tromsø, in the North of Norway, above the Arctic Circle.

She moved to London in 1997 to train at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, and lived in London for five years.  Her passion for film led her to the TVI Studios’ “Young Professional Actors Summer Program” in Los Angeles, in 2002.

She came back to LA in 2004, for the “One year acting for film program” at the New York Film Academy, at Universal Studios. Her teachers were industry professionals, like multi award winning actor/director John Henry Richardson, and actress and founder of Actor’s Fast Track, Valorie Hubbard. 

She has a series regular role, as Russian Maxima, on Norwegian TV series Coda KORK, premiering on September 3rd 2021. She has also been in TV-series Lilyhammer (Netflix), Rekyl (Recoil, on PCS Amazon Prime), Roeng, Neste Sommer (Next Summer), Det kunne vært verre (It Could Have Been Worse) and HBO Nordic’s Beforeigners.

Camilla translated and produced John Patrick Shanley’s play, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, at Caféteatret in Oslo in 2013, and played the role of Roberta.

She has made three short films, more info on them, and her other projects, under “Filmmaker”.

Camilla speaks fluently British (RP) and General American, she also speaks Swedish, and several Norwegian dialects. She has a good ear for accents and languages.   

She’s an advanced yogini, and have been teaching yoga for many years. She’s also a pilates mat instructor.

Camilla lives in beautiful Nesodden, a short ferry ride from central Oslo, with her French husband, and mini pinscher, Sid.