Camille Mana is an American actress and film producer best known for her role as Lisa on the television sitcom One on One, from 2005-2006.
A native to Orange County, California, Camille first got the acting bug at 13, when she was watching episodes of the teen classic "My So Called Life." Upon watching the series, she knew that she wanted to be able to share stories like that someday as well.
Camille began auditioning for school plays in high school and was a leader in her drama class, where she won numerous awards. Immediately upon getting her license at 16, she began driving to Los Angeles to attend professional acting classes.
Prior to her role on One on One, Mana guest starred on Arrest & Trial (her screen acting debut in 2001), Angel and the pilot episode of The O.C.
She also acted in the feature films Harlequin (2004) and Johnny Benson's Adventures in the Blogosphere (2005).
In 2007 she can be seen in the satirical short film Equal Opprtunity, playing the role of Grace Ching Chong. She also produced the film, which won NBC's First Annual Comedy Shortcuts Festival and earned her a development deal with the network.
The film is an official selection in the 2007 HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, South by Southwest (SXSW), and more.
Camille graduated from University of California, Berkeley in six semesters with a degree in Economics.
In addition to acting and producing, and an active contributor to the Asian-American artistic community, Camille is a member to both Lodestone Theatre Ensemble and East West Players.
She has accrued a handful of performance awards including the L.A.M.D.A. Gold Medal with Distinction, honouring promising American high school students.
Camille's writing has been featured in publications such as Backstage and Elle Girl magazine.