Actor | Writer | Journalist
Camila Fitzgibbon (she/her) is a professional actor, writer, director, and arts journalist born in Brazil and currently based in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, Canada.
Since graduating from John Abbott College's professional theatre acting program in 2019 as the recipient of the department's Pamela Montgomery Award and the Carla Napier Award, she has performed in and produced numerous works for the theatre, film, TV, video game, and web-based/digital content industries as a multilingual artist.
On screen, Camila is known for voicing the lead character of HLN-A (Brazilian Portuguese) in the Ark: Survival video game series. Upcoming appearances include roles in the thriller film Sugar (Sepia Films/Connect3 Media) and the indie short Washer.
On stage, she has performed with companies that include Geordie Theatre, Shakespeare Canada, Persephone Productions, Snowglobe Theatre, and Home Theatre Productions. Stage management credits include Tableau D'Hôte Theatre's Shorelines and En Pointe play series. She presently serves as Tableau D'Hôte's Associate Artistic Director.
When not working on a production, Camila provides dedicated media coverage of the Montreal stage arts scene as the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Montreal Theatre Hub and as an on-air Arts & Culture Contributor to Global TV's Montreal Morning News show. Special journalistic projects include hosting the Quebec Drama Federation's Community Spotlight Live talk series and interviewing IBPOC artists for the Montreal Fringe. An accredited member of the Canadian Theatre Critics' Association, she is an honouree of the CTCA's 2019 Nathan Cohen Awards in the category of Outstanding Emerging Critic.