Stage, Film, Television and Radio

The creative world of Nana Camille also includes her great accomplishments as a film, stage, and theaters actress.Some of her stage credits include Lorraine Hansberry’s To Be Young, Gifted, and Black, and James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones, and Kwamina.

In television and film, her credits include network television specials, soap operas, and the original movie Shaft. Nana Camille was also a featured dancer in the legendary company Katherine Dunham Company of Dancers, Singers and Musician.

Currently, Nana Camille produces and hosts Ancestor House, a long-running weekly local cable television show on Manhattan Neighborhood Network. She is no stranger to radio, either! From the nationally syndicated radio talk show The Bev Smith Show to Imhotep Gary Byrd’s The Global Black Experience on WBAI and WLIB radio stations in New York City, Nana Camille has either been a guest, a frequent contributor, or a fill-in host for these local and national outlets