Camille Guaty

Camille Guaty

Camille Guaty was born in Santa Clara County, CA to parents of Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Canarian descent. Though she grew up in America, she studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London one summer before going on to enroll in Boston University. She kicked off her acting career when she landed a recurring part on the Bob Saget sitcom "Raising Dad" (The WB 2001-02), which costarred Kat Dennings and Brie Larson. Shortly afterward, Guaty starred in the dance-themed family TV movie "Gotta Kick It Up!" (Disney 2002). A number of one-off roles followed before she landed sizable recurring parts on popular series "Prison Break" (Fox 2005-09, 2017-) and "Las Vegas" (NBC 2003-08), which led to a small role in the Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" (2009). In the years to follow, she starred in the short-lived dramedy series "Cupid" (ABC 2009), periodically lent her voice to supporting roles in the popular animated series "Family Guy" (Fox 1999-2002, 2005-), and appeared in the Jennifer Aniston drama "Cake" (2014). After starring on yet another short-lived series, "Happyland" (MTV 2014), Guaty landed a supporting role on action-drama series "Scorpion" (CBS 2014-), on which she played the main character's sister who was inflicted with multiple sclerosis. She next co-starred on the drama "Daytime Divas" (VH1 2017-), playing one of several hosts of a daytime talk show.



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