Camille Keenan

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Camille Keenan

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Camille Keenan
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Dustin Clare and Camille Keenan (2013)
Born Camille Keenan
Wellington, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealander
Citizenship New Zealand
Occupation Actress

Camille Keenan is an award winning actress from New Zealand best known for her roles in Australian TV programmes.

Career[edit]

Keenan has appeared in numerous films including Blackspot (as Ellen) and 30 Days of Night (as Kirsten). Her New Zealand television roles include appearances in such series as City Homicide, The Insider’s Guide To Love, Sensing Murder and Burying Brian. She played a small part in the movie Avatar (2009 film) which was partially shot in Wellington, but her scene was cut from the final release.[1]

Keenan moved to Melbourne, Australia in 2009 when she landed a core cast role as Amy in the TV series Satisfaction. And as Dolly Grey in Underbelly Squizzy.

In 2010 Keenan joined the cast of Ten’s critically acclaimed police drama Rush as intelligence officer Audrey Khoo.[1]

For her work in Satisfaction Keenan was shortlisted for ‘Most Popular New Female Talent’[2] and nominated for ‘Most Outstanding New Talent’[3] at the Australian Logie Awards of 2010.

Keenan won Best New Talent at the 2010 ASTRA Awards.[4]

In 2011 Keenan joined Packed to the Rafters as guest cast, playing Bree Jennings for twelve episodes.[5][6][7]

In 2012 Keenan and Australian actor Dustin Clare together with director Michelle Joy Lloyd and cinematographer Ryan Alexander Lloyd wrote and produced the film Sunday which Keenan and Clare also starred in. Sunday premiered in New Zealand in December 2014 and went on to feature in a range of film festivals around the world throughout 2015. Camille Keenan won Best Actress for her performance in the film at the 2015 New York City Independent Film Festival.[8]

Personal life[edit]

Keenan was born and educated in Wellington, New Zealand[9] and has seven siblings.[10]

Actress (21 credits)
 2014/V Sunday
Eve
 2013 The Fragments (Short)
 2013 Underbelly (TV Series)
Dolly Grey

Squizzy Cooks a Goose (2013) … Dolly Grey
Squizzy Takes Charge (2013) … Dolly Grey
Squizzy Puts One Over (2013) … Dolly Grey
Squizzy Steps Out (2013) … Dolly Grey
 2011 Veil (Short)
Hazel / Echo
 2011 Everything Is Super (Short)
Veronica
 2010 Snake (Short)
Celine
 2010 Rush (TV Series)
Audrey Khoo

Episode #3.22 (2010) … Audrey Khoo
Episode #3.20 (2010) … Audrey Khoo
Episode #3.19 (2010) … Audrey Khoo
Episode #3.18 (2010) … Audrey Khoo
Episode #3.17 (2010) … Audrey Khoo
 2010 Matariki
ICU Nurse
 2010 City Homicide (TV Series)
Carmel Shatner

Just Desserts (2010) … Carmel Shatner
 2009-2010 Satisfaction (TV Series)
Amy Parsons

Lifesavers (2010) … Amy Parsons
Bug Crush (2010) … Amy Parsons
Not Vanilla (2010) … Amy Parsons
Playthings (2010) … Amy Parsons
 2009 Long Weekend (Short)
Charlotte
 2009/I Poppy (Short)
Nun
 2009 Paradise at the End of the World (TV Movie)
Charlotte (as Camille Keehan)
 2008 Blackspot
Ellen
 2008 Burying Brian (TV Series)
Abused Woman

Episode #1.2 (2008) … Abused Woman
 2008 Somewhere Only We Know (Short)
June
 2005 King Kong
New York Citizen (uncredited)
 2003 The Tribe (TV Series)

Episode #5.2 (2003) … (uncredited)
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