Camille Anderson
Birth Place:
Dallas, Texas, USA
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Miss Austin Texas


A former Miss Austin Texas USA (1998), Camille Anderson has graced the covers of such magazines as Stuff, FHM, Loaded, Fitness RX and American Health and Fitness, as well as appeared in a string of commercials, notably for Sony Play Station, Coors, Bud-Lite, and Burger King.

Meanwhile, the 5' 6" beauty has appeared in films like "Rock Star" (2001), "Pauly Shore Is Dead" (2003), "Intolerable Cruelty" (2003), and "Wedding Crashers" (2005). She also had guest roles in such TV shows as "Arrest & Trial," "Diagnosis Murder," "Dharma & Greg," "The Man Show," and "Las Vegas."

A contestant of 2004 "WWE Diva Search" who was eliminated second, Anderson now hosts the documentary show "Get Out."

Camille Constance

Childhood and Family:

''I have a down-to-earth attitude and a positive outlook on life. I’m proud of who I am and I’m working as hard as possible to keep my career moving full force ahead. The future is definitely exciting!'' Camille Anderson.

The only child of the family, Camille Constance Anderson was born on March 12, 1977, in Dallas, Texas. An avid athlete and scholar, she kept herself busy with school, cheerleading, gymnastics, cross-country running, and leading a spiritual group for young teens. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a dual degree in broadcast journalism and acting.

In her free time, Camille enjoys her hobbies: cooking (her favorite party dish is Brie with pear chutney), hiking, snow skiing, water skiing, and bungee jumping. She even has bungee jumped in exotic locations such as Africa, New Zealand and Australia. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she pursues her acting career.

''I love opening my home to friends and family. There’s nothing like seeing the smiles on people’s faces when they walk in the door and see a beautiful tablescape of food and drink. I would love to entertain every day!'' Camille Anderson.

Wedding Crasher Beauty


After being crowned Miss Austin Texas USA 1998, Camille Anderson quickly graced the covers of such ultra-popular magazines as Stuff, Nuts (UK top 100 girls for 2005,) FHM, Maxim, Loaded, Stun, Ramp, Marie Claire, Razor, American Cheerleader, Beverly Hills 213, American Health & Fitness, On Fitness, Men’s Edge, Femme Fatal, OnFitness and Ralph (Top 200 Women in the World 2007). She also has appeared in a string of commercials, including for Sony Play Station, Coors, Bud-Lite, and Burger King, to name a few.

Meanwhile, she began taking auditions for television and movie roles. She was spotted as a guest in an episode of the syndicated American nonfiction television program "Arrest & Trial," CBS mystery/medical/crime drama television series "Diagnosis: Murder," and NBC sitcom "Dharma & Greg." Anderson, who jumped full-fledged in to the world of producing with jobs at MTV, Fox News, and Dateline NBC while at college, went to produce E! True Hollywood Story. She also became a guest host in a July 2001 episode of E! travel show "Wild On!" and appeared in the pop punk group Wheatus music video "A Little Respect" (2001) with actress Brittany Murphy.

Anderson began appearing on the big screen with an uncredited role as an elevator hottie in a movie starring Mark Wahlberg, "Rock Star" (2001). She then played a victim in "Psychotic" (2002) and portrayed Michael Madsen's girl in the mockumentary "Pauly Shore Is Dead" (2003). She was also cast as Santa Fe Tart in the Coen Brothers' dark comedy/romance film "Intolerable Cruelty" (2003; starring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones) and as Camille in the blockbuster comedy "Wedding Crashers" (2005; starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn).

''My scenes are mostly with Owen [Wilson]. We did everything from kissing to ball-room dancing. Not a bad way to make a living. I really enjoyed this project because the director, David Dobkin, gave us freedom for improvisation. The whole experience felt really creative.'' Camille Anderson (on her work in the film "Wedding Crashers" (2005)).

During this time, she also continued working on television, playing guest roles in an episode of Comedy Central's "The Man Show," ABC short-lived sitcom "Regular Joe," and Spike TV reality television series "The John Henson Project." She also starred in a failed sketch comedy show "Sketch Pad" and had two recurring roles, one of which is as Josh Duhamel’s love interest, on NBC's dramatic comedy television series "Las Vegas."

Anderson was eliminated second at the 2004 "WWE Diva Search." Since 2005 to present (2007), she has been working as a host for the documentary show "Get Out."


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