28 june, 1978
Camille Guaty was raised in California and New Jersey. She studied at Boston University, where she earned a B.A. degree in Communications. She began her career as a feisty head cheerleader in the Disney Channel's, "Gotta Kick It Up," and soon after also joined the cast of the WB's "Raising Dad".
After being in Hollywood for three years Camille decided to take off to London to study at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. There she learned fencing, stage combat, and many great works of the late William Sheakspeare. She is currently studying under Howard Fine in Los Angeles
Most recently seen in a staring role on "The Nine" for ABC. She has also established a recurring role on the FOX hit series "Prison Break", playing the love torn Maricruz. Camille also appeared on NBC's "Crossing Jordan" in the recurring role of 'Detective Santana.' In addition, she was seen on the second season of Gregory Nava's award-winning PBS drama series "American Family," as well as her starring role in the WB's Ron Leavitt comedy "The Help." Camille also starred in the VH1 film "30 Days Until I'm Famous," which was produced by Maverick.