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Camille Sullivan

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B: July 6, 1975 in Toronto, Ontario

Camille Sullivan was nominated for a Gemini Award for her portrayal of Francine Reardon, the volatile cocaine and alcohol addicted ex-wife of a west coast crime boss in the series Intelligence. She was also nominated for a Leo Award for her work in Mothers & Daughters, a completely improvised film and her second with director Carl Bessai. She won a Leo for her performance in Bessai’s film Normal.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

A Good Burn (2000)
Screwed (2000)
Best in Show (2000)
Strange Frequency 2 (TV-2001)
Room (2001)
A Problem with Fear (2003)
The Butterfly Effect (2004)
Neverwas (2005)
Dark Storm (2006)
Cries in the Dark (TV-2006)
Mount Pleasant (2006)
Normal (2007)
Mothers & Daughters (2008)
Mistresses (TV-2009)
Ice Twisters (TV-2009)

Voodoo (2010)
The Traveler (2010)
Goblin (TV-2010)
Sisters & Brothers (2011)
Binner (2012, short)
The Marine 3: Homefront (VR-2013)
Ice Soldiers
Ally Was Screaming (2015)
The Orchard (2015, short)
The Starlight Heist (2015, short)
The Birdwatcher (2015)
The Unseen (2016)
Kingsway (2018)
A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
Day to Night (2019)>br/>
Daughter (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
Beggars and Choosers (1999)

Taken (2002)
Da Vinci’s Inquest (2001-2005)
Terminal City (2005)
49th and Main (2006)
Intelligence (2006-2007)

Shattered (2010)
Red Window (2013)
The Disappearance (2017, mini-series)
Unspeakable (2019, mini-series)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Dead Man’s Gun (1998)
First Wave (1998)

So Weird (2000)
The Immortal (2000)
Big Sound (2000, 2001)
Strange Frequency (2001)
Dark Angel (2002)
Cold Squad (2004)
Battlestar Galactica (2005)
The L Word (2004, 2005)
Reunion (2005)
Terminal City (2005)
49th and Main (2006)
Conspiracy (2007)

SGU Stargate Universe (2010)
Fairly Legal (2011)
Hellcats (2011)
The Killing (2011)
Rookie Blue (2011)
Combat Hospital (2011)
The Secret Circle (2011)
Flashpoint (2011)
Alcatraz (2012)
Falling Skies (2012)
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour (2012)
Motive (2013)
Played (2013)
Proof (2015)
The Man in the High Castle (2015, 2016)

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