Camila Greenberg is a two-time 'Best Actress' award-winner known from a variety of projects, including seven Emmy Award-winning TV shows and seven award-winning Indie films. She began her career as a child modeling for Ford RBA in Arizona and booked her first TV show as a teen. Just months after moving to Los Angeles, Camila landed a lead role on Nickelodeon's Tim Stack's Family Vacation, a scripted improv TV pilot. Soon after, she recurred on the CW's Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight, Freeform's 10 Things I Hate About You, and the CW's 90210. She has worked alongside comedy legends such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Veep, John Stamos on Grandfathered, and Ashton Kutcher in Two and a Half Men. Most recently, she appeared on BET's American Soul, which tells the story of Don Cornelius's Soul Train.
In 2015, Camila played Esther in SXSW's hit bromantic comedy Ktown Cowboys, produced by Ken Jeong, featuring Daniel Dae Kim, Eric Roberts, and Steve Byrne. She found continued success in the indie film world, and swept 2019's LA Live Film Fest, walking away with five awards, including "Best Experimental Short" as a first-time writer/producer.
Camila is also the founder of SoulSPACE, a soul-led brand dedicated to an individual's growth and expansion at their soul's pace. SoulSPACE offers healing via yoga, meditation, Reiki, and intuitive life coaching, with programs to align your chakras, cultivate self-love, and manifest the life of your dreams.