Camille Guaty
Birth Date:
California, USA
Birth Place:
June 28, 1978
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Camille Guaty is an American actress of television and film. She is known for her roles on “Gotta Kick It Up!” (2002), “The Help” (2004), “Prison Break” (2005-2007), “The Nine” (2006-2007), “Cupid” (2009), “Happyland” (2014) and “Scorpion” (2014-?). She also is notable for her performance as Donna the Bridesmaid in the 2009 film “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past,” Caitlin Banks in the 2013 TV film “Spy” and Ms. Brown in “Crush,” a 2013 thriller movie directed by Malik Bader.     


Childhood and Family:

Camille Guaty was born on June 28, 1978, in California, U.S. She was raised in Northern California and New Jersey. She is of Puerto Rican and Cuban descent. Her mother's family is originally from the Canary Islands. Camille studied at Boston University and attended a summer program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She went on to study acting in Hollywood with Howard Fines. Her nickname is Dimples.

In 2011, Guaty married British songwriter Sy Rhys Kaye. They reside in Los Angeles, California.

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past


Camille Guaty made her film debut in the 2000 drama “Chaos Theory,” directed and written by Edward Vilga and starring Beatrice Ambre, Casey Dickerson and Chris Gardner. She auditioned for the reality television series “Popstars,” which aired on the WB Network in 2001. She was among the best 26 contestants that made it to the L.A. Workshop. She progressed to ten semi-finalists, but ended up becoming the last contestant not to win a spot as part of the winning girl group Eden's Crush.

Guaty played the recurring role of Olivia in The WB series “Raising Dad,” which ran from October 5, 2001 to May 10, 2002. She starred as Daisy Salinas in the Disney Channel Original Movie “Gotta Kick It Up!” (2002), based on a real story of a middle school dance team. She was featured as a cashier at floral shop in the 2003 film “Love Object.” Guaty also guest starred in the television series “What I Like About You” (2002) and “ER” (2003), and in 2003, she had a three episode arc in the Nickelodeon sitcom “The Brothers Garcia.”

In 2004, Guaty played the leading role of Maria, the maid, in The WB sitcom “The Help,” but the show only had a short life and was canceled after only seven episodes aired. The show also starred  Mindy Cohn, Tori Spelling, Megan Fox, and Antonio Sabato Jr. The same year, she portrayed Alicia in the television series “American Family,” Maddy Kelly in an unaired ABC pilot, “Gramercy Park,” and Maggie Moreno in the made for TV film “30 Days Until I'm Famous,” opposite Sean Patrick Flanery, Camille Guaty and Alanna Ubach. She also guest starred in “Joey” and “Everwood” and began her recurring role as Det. Luisa Santana in “Crossing Jordan.”  

In 2005, Guaty began her recurring role as Maricruz Delgado, the girlfriend of Fernando Sucre, in the Fox crime series “Prison Break,” created by Paul Scheuring. She guest starred as Andrea in the 2005 episode “Abandonment” of “Sex, Love & Secrets” before starring as Francesca “Franny” Rios, a bank teller and Eva's sister, in the serial drama “The Nine,” which ran on ABC from October 4, 2006 to August 8, 2007. She co-starred as Nicole in the drama film “Blink,” which was released on August 17, 2007.

From 2007 to 2008, Guaty played the recurring role of Piper Nielsen, the newest concierge of the Montecito, during the season 5 of NBC's “Las Vegas.” She starred with Bobby Cannavale, Sarah Paulson and Rick Gomez in the ABC series “Cupid,” which was broadcast from March 31 to June 16, 2009. She also had recurring roles on “The Chicago Code” (2011), “The Vampire Diaries” (2013) and “Hart of Dixie” (2014). Guaty kept on busy making guest appearances on many TV shows, including “Without a Trace” (2007), “Fear Itself” (2009), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2009), “Drop Dead Diva” (2010), “Eden” (2011), “Breakout Kings” (2012) and “How I Met Your Mother” (2013). She also appeared in such films as “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” (2009), “Let It Go” (2012, TV), “Spy” (2013,TV) and “Crush” (2013).

In 2014, Guaty played the role of Elena Velez, is the mother of Lucy, on the MTV comedy series “Happyland,” opposite Bianca A. Santos. She appeared in the drama film “Cake” (2014), with Jennifer Aniston, Adriana Barraza, Anna Kendrick, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman.       

Guaty was cast as Megan O'Brien, Walter's sister who suffers from multiple sclerosis, on the television series “Scorpion,” which premiered on CBS on September 22, 2014. She starred opposite Sam Page and Sharon Lawrence in the made for TV film “Mix” (2015),  directed by Daniel Barnz and written by Jennifer Cecil.  

Guaty will star as Ryann in the upcoming comedy/romance film “The Wedding Invitation” (2015), written and directed by Rainy Kerwin.


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