Camille James Harman
Camille James Harman, M.F.A., is a partner at Conjunction, LLC and an actress who has functioned as producer, script consultant, casting director, assistant editor, production designer, costumer, and make-up artist at Conjunction. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA. Under her maiden name, Camille Meaux, she earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Drama and Communications from the University of New Orleans. As an actress, Camille has worked with producer Brandon Tartikoff, directors Adam McKay and Anthony Page, and actors Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Amy Adams, Justin Kirk, Eddie Marsan, Don McManus and Annabeth Gish. She played Mary Matalin in the Oscar-winning film Vice (2018), directed by Adam McKay. She also acted in the award-winning WWII short film Strings of Hope (2016) and in the period short film James Joyce's The Sisters (2017). Look for her in Shameless on Showtime November 10, 2019 in Season 10, Episode 1.
In the early 1990s she was part of the Young Writers for the Theatre Festival in Richmond, Virginia, which brought high school students' plays to full production. She then moved to New Orleans to earn an MFA in Drama and Communications, Performance at the University of New Orleans. She taught acting at U.N.O. and then taught film appreciation at Our Lady of Holy Cross College in Algiers, Louisiana. Camille has an extensive theatre background as an actress, props supervisor, and stage manager. She has acted in films, television, commercials, music videos, and industrial films.
Camille moved from New Orleans to Los Angeles in 1995, where she met and married Jeff Harman. They moved to Tucson, AZ in 2005, then back to Los Angeles in 2015. After taking time off from acting to raise their son Aidan Harman, who is also an actor, she resumed her acting and production career in Los Angeles. Personal Website Link.