Award Winning Actress Camille Mitchell to star in Hallmark Channel’s Movie of the Week “The Write Man” with Amy Ackers (“Person of Interest”) and Dylan Bruce (“Orphan Black”)


Last Updated: May 19, 2014 2:13 pm GMT
(Vancouver, Canada--May 19, 2014) Actress Camille Mitchell best known for her long running role on the CW hit television series “Smallville” and one of Canada’s most celebrated stage actresses is headed back to the small screen with a leading role in the Hallmark Channel’s Movie of the week, “The Write Man” with two of television’s hottest young actors, Amy Acker and Dylan Bruce.

"The Write Man” directed by Mark Griffiths is a charming made for TV romantic drama. Camille plays Jackie Billicks, the New York literary agent of novelist Liam Bradley, played by Dylan Bruce; she is his mentor, confidant and Cupid when his career and personal life collide as he romantically pursues Sophie, played by Amy Acker. “The Write Man” is produced by Ian Hay and Larkin-Goldstein Productions and written by Beverly Nuako and Hans Wasserburger.

Camille has been delighted to be a part of “The Write Man” and states that “working with Amy and Dylan and Mark, our director, has been such a joy, a lot of laughter and a lot of hard work. There was a lot of competition for this role and I was thrilled to get it. It has truly been one of my favorite film experiences. Just a wonderful group of people to work with and an absolute pleasure to be on set every day" Audiences will be in for a treat when “The Write Man” debuts on the Hallmark Channel later this year.

Life for Camille is full these days. She has recently taken a detour from her acting career - writing and directing her own short film, A Mother’s Lovewhich has won awards around the world, and pursuing a Master’s degree in Film Production in Los Angeles. “When Loyola Marymount University (ranked by the Hollywood Reporter as one of the top film schools in the world) offered me a full scholarship, it was hard to say no.” Camille states “But what a powerful learning curve it’s been, with all the perks of meeting and attending seminars taught by Oscar winners. It was 24/7 - but worth every ounce of the blood, sweat and tears.” Her new short film, “By The Fountain” is in post-production.

Camille has garnered extraordinary acclaim for her versatility onstage and onscreen, earning awards and accolades across Canada. A leading lady at the Stratford and Shaw festivals, The London Times hailed her as "a gift to the theater." Born in Santa Monica to Hollywood star Cameron Mitchell and Viennese actress Joanna Mitchell, Camille was raised in Vancouver, Canada, and studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England.


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