Camilla Waldman


Camilla completed a BA Drama and a Performers Diploma at The University of Cape Town. Thereafter, she joined the Jazzart Dance Theatre Company and performed with the company for two years, under the direction of Alfred Hinkel.

Her work in the Theatre includes: The Yellow Wallpaper, directed by Geoff Hyland as well as Janice Honeyman’s Twilight of the Golds  and Anthony Ackerman’s premier of Dark Outsider. She performed in Howard Barker’s Scenes from an Execution and Kafka Dances – both directed by Clare Stopford. Moreover, she performed in Closer (directed by Sello Maake Ngube) and How I Learnt to Drive (directed by Barbara Rubin), Paul Slabolepsky’s Crashing the Night (directed by Megan Willson), Chekov’s Three Sisters (directed by Ingrid Wylde). Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Lear and Much Ado about Nothing remain highlights.

Her TV work includes characters in Skeem Saam, Generations and Tempy Pushas (for SABC 1), Rhythm City (for ETV), Young Leonardo (seasons 1 & 2 for the BBC), Wild at Heart (Serie 5) and Binnelanders for Stark Films. Her film work includes characters in a South African feature film, While You Weren’t Looking.

Most recently she joined the cast of Shape directed by Greg Homann.