Camille BellBorn in Canada, raised in England, Camille Bell is an actress in her final year of training at Arts University Bournemouth.

Based near London, Camille has been working in and around Bournemouth on various projects. Currently Camille is working on an original piece, Babes Against Bullshit with fellow actress, Dona Adwera and is set to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year.

Camille recently portrayed the role of Bernarda in director Lee Hart’s production of Fermented Honey, a visual and bold storytelling piece inspired by the works of Gabriel García Márquez.

Prior to Fermented Honey, Camille acquired the role of Olivia in director Sebastian Harcombe’s rendition of As If, an exploration of Shakespeare’s As You Like It through a gender-neutral lens.

Camille has developed a diverse range of skills as she hones her craft in training. View Camille’s CV . Additionally, studying at AUB has provided Camille with experience on many related platforms, including make-up, costume, photography and film collaboration.

Camille is also a singer and has recently featured on Canadian Artist, Nicole Dollanganger’s sixth studio album, set to be released in spring 2018.

Take a look at Camille’s latest work here