Camille Sullivan is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Det. Suki Taylor in the police procedural television series Da Vinci's Inquest, from 2002-2005.
She also starred as Det. Amy Lynch in the police procedural television series Shattered, from 2010-2011.
Camille was nominated for a Gemini Award for her portrayal of Francine Reardon, the volatile cocaine and alcohol addicted ex-wife of a west coast crime boss in Intelligence, a TV series from DaVinci’s Inquest creator Chris Haddock.
She was also nominated for a Leo Award for her work in Mothers & Daughters, a completely improvised film and her second with director Carl Bessai (Unnatural and Accidental, Severed, Lola).
Camille won a Leo for her performance in Bessai’s film Normal.
Camille played a leading role in Mistresses, a drama pilot for Lifetime, written by Melissa Carter, and based on the British series of the same name.
Other past projects include starring in the ensemble film Mount Pleasant, written and directed by Ross Weber, and appearing in three seasons of DaVinci's Inquest as Suki the former vice cop turned robbery detective.
She also played leading roles in the made for television movie Cries in the Dark (Lifetime) and in the Gary Burns feature A Problem with Fear.
Her other credits include recurring roles in Reunion and the mini-series Taken; and appearing in such series as First Wave, Dead Man’s Gun, Dark Angel, Terminal City, and Cold Squad.