Camille Ariana Spirlin is a Pasadena-born, Compton-raised Actress. Adopted at 18 months, Camille’s family discovered her liking for the stage and television. As an actress, she appeared as a series regular in Nickelodeon’s Marvin Marvin, a recurring role on the Fox TV series Rosewood, ABC’s web series American Koko, and guest-starred on Grey’s Anatomy.
Camille made her theater debut at the Fountain Theatre in Runaway Home directed by Shirley Jo Finney, playwright Jeremy J. Kamps.
Coming from foster care to live with a loving family, acting became Camille’s coping mechanism. An imaginary world from reality. When she found her biological family years later, acting didn’t fall far from the tree.
“It’s truly a blessing to follow my dreams and make my family proud. I hope to inspire DCFS children and aged out youth. In the arts, it’s your story to tell, and the actors’ job to bring it to life.”