COLLEEN CAMP

 

Colleen Camp is both an accomplished actress and producer, who has a lengthy list of prestigious credits in both mediums. Her latest producing effort is the riveting suspense drama, ABOVE SUSPICION, starring Emilia Clarke and directed by Philip Noyce. In addition she is a marketing strategist, studio consultant and owner of Colleen Camp Productions.

As an actress she has made over 200 films and some of the roles she is best known for include The House With a Clock in Its Walls, Apocalypse Now, American Hustle, Palo Alto, Four Christmases, the Weitz Brothers’ Cirque Du Freak, In Good Company and Grandma with Lily Tomlin, Alexander Payne’s Election, Speed 2, Die Hard with A Vengeance, Sliver, Wayne’s World, Policy Academy 2 & Police Academy 4, Valley Girl, They All Laughed, The Game of Death (she sang the title song written by John Barry), and Funny Girl. Other film/TV roles include: American Dad, Entourage, House, Frank Darabont’s Mob City, The Rake, The Roseanne Show, and Dallas. Colleen’s acting roles have also enabled her to forge strong alliances with talent. This has led into her successful producing career as well as strategic marketing consultation on Oscar campaigns through her long time relationships with actors, writers, directors, producers and studios.

Some of Colleen’s Film/TV Producer credits include: Knock Knock (starring Keanu Reeves and Ana De Armas directed by Eli Roth), Truth About Lies and also Peter Bogdanovich’s She’s Funny That Way with Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston, as well as An American Rhapsody (starring Scarlett Johansson, Nastassja Kinski & Tony Goldwyn), along with five AIP Creature Features for HBO with Stan Winston and Sam Arkoff.

Upcoming producing feature projects include The Bends (written by David O. Russell, directed by Reed Morano known for Handmaid’s Tale and starring Blake Lively) and The Hive (written by David O. Russell and Eli Roth) which Colleen and David O. Russell will produce together.

Colleen’s theatre productions, as a producer, include Room 105 starring Sophie B. Hawkins as Janis Joplin. Colleen also produced a documentary for Showtime with Sophie B. Hawkins called The Cream Will Rise. Other theatre productions include Gruesome Playgrounds with Frank Darabont and three productions with Barbara Broccoli and Fred Zollo which include Strangers on a Train at the Gielgud Theatre in London, Love Letters at The Brooks Atkinson on Broadway in New York and Once in Australia.

Camp is also known for her brilliant taste, impeccable talent relationships and passion for everything she does. Her renowned creative acumen and ability to develop screenplays and package projects provide key building blocks for the company’s future film slate. She enthusiastically endorses actors and filmmakers promoting their artistic endeavors usually in early stages of their films.

Colleen is excited to be a part of the Robert Nathan Library, since she recognizes how Nathan’s masterful stories with fantasy/romance genres are perfect for multiple television platforms, and feature films.