Camille Montgomery is a Los Angeles-based actress whose work has been embodied through various films, TV shows and plays. Her acting career began at a young age in San Francisco, where she was first introduced to community theatre. Her passion for acting grew as she continued her study of drama throughout high school and as a member of the reputable Young Performer’s Theatre. She studied at the British American Drama Academy and received a BA in Acting Performance from San Diego State University. She’s performed a variety of roles throughout her career and approaches each character without judgment, striving to explore the humanity in every role. Her recent features include As Long As I’m Famous, American Dreams, and Sick for Toys.