Camilla Rutherford is an English actress and fashion model best known for her role as Jocasta, daughter of a wealthy merchant and friend to Octavia of the Julii, in the period drama television series Rome, in 2007.
Her first film roles were the Jean Seberg character in the short film Je t'aime John Wayne and in Stardom (2000). In 2001, Robert Altman cast her as Isobel in the acclaimed hit, Gosford Park.
She later had a role in Wes Anderson's film, The Darjeeling Limited.
In 2011 she guest starred in an episode of the mini-series The Crimson Petal and the White and in 2012 was a guest star in an episode of the period drama series The Borgias.
Camilla grew up with her sisters in Holland Park. Her father was a writer for The Financial Times and her mother was a magistrate.
She studied Maths at Newcastle University and met her former husband, Rufus Abbott, at a party in London. They had a traditional Roman Catholic wedding at St. George's Church in Campden Hill, and held the reception in the Orangerie.
The couple divorced in 2007. They have a son named Hector and a daughter named Maud.