Camp at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International
Anna Ragsdale Camp
September 27, 1982
Aiken, South Carolina, U.S.
|Education||University of North Carolina School of the Arts|
(m. 2010; div. 2013)
(m. 2016; Separated 2019)
She is perhaps best known for her roles as the villainous Sarah Newlin in the HBO vampire drama True Blood and Aubrey Posen in the musical comedy films Pitch Perfect (2012), Pitch Perfect 2 (2015), and Pitch Perfect 3 (2017). She has had recurring roles in the television series Mad Men, The Good Wife, and The Mindy Project. She made her Broadway debut in the 2008 production of A Country House and played Jill Mason in the 2008 Broadway revival of Peter Shaffer's Equus. In 2012, she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her performance in the Off-Broadway play All New People. Camp also played Jane Hollander, a researcher for the fictitious News of the Week magazine, in the Amazon series Good Girls Revolt and had minor roles in the drama The Help (2011) and the Woody Allen film Café Society (2016).
Camp was born in Aiken, South Carolina. Her mother, Dee (née Kornegay), is a Democratic Party volunteer, and her father, Thomas Sewell Camp, is a bank executive. She has an older sister, Saluda.
She grew up in Columbia, South Carolina. She attended Meadowfield Elementary School and was cast in a Drug Abuse Resistance Education production in the second grade, introducing her to acting. She graduated from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2004. She moved to New York City shortly thereafter.
Camp played the role of Perfect in columbinus in 2005. In 2007, she was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for her performance in the Off-Broadway play The Scene. She played Jill Mason in the 2008 Broadway revival of Equus at the Broadhurst Theatre, which starred Daniel Radcliffe as Alan Strang. Speaking about the role, Camp said, "I had a lot of thought; I didn't even know if I was going to do Equus because of the nudity and because of the high profile [aspect] of it. But you only live once and you have to take those risks because you'll only be a better person or actor because of it."
She appeared in Reinventing the Wheelers, a 2007 television pilot which was not ordered to series by ABC. In 2008, she had a role in the pilot of the ABC television dramedy Cashmere Mafia. She had a starring role as Sarah Newlin in the second season of the HBO supernatural drama series True Blood, which earned her a nomination for a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series; Camp had earlier auditioned for the role of Sookie Stackhouse.
Camp has made guest appearances on The Office (2009), Glee (2009), Numb3rs (2010), and Covert Affairs (2010). She has had recurring roles in the fourth season of the AMC drama series Mad Men (2010) and the third season of the CBS legal drama series The Good Wife (2011–2012) and How I Met Your Mother (2013).
In 2011, Camp starred in the premiere of All New People, a play written by Zach Braff and staged at Second Stage Theatre; the production was directed by Peter Dubois and also starred Justin Bartha, David Wilson Barnes and Krysten Ritter.
Camp had a starring role in the first season of Fox sitcom The Mindy Project, and played Aubrey Posen in the 2012 musical comedy film Pitch Perfect, later reprising her role in the sequels Pitch Perfect 2 and Pitch Perfect 3.
She has a recurring role in Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt as Deirdre Robespierre.
Camp was engaged to actor Michael Mosley by September 2008; they married in 2010 and filed for divorce in 2013. Camp began dating Pitch Perfect co-star Skylar Astin in 2013. The couple were reported to be engaged in January 2016. They married on September 10, 2016. On April 19, 2019, the couple announced that they have amicably separated.
- Pitch Perfect [Soundtrack Album] Released: September 25, 2012
- "Starships" ft. Pitch Perfect Cast and Mike Tompkins Released: October 2012
|2007||And Then Came Love||Kikki|
|2008||Pretty Bird||Becca French|
|Just Make Believe||Kristin||Short film|
|2009||8 Easy Steps||Laura||Short film|
|2011||The Help||Jolene French|
|2012||Forgetting the Girl||Adrienne Gilcrest|
|Pitch Perfect||Aubrey Posen||MTV Movie Award for Best Musical Moment (shared with cast)|
Nominated—MTV Movie Award for Best WTF Moment (shared with cast)
Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Hissy Fit (shared with Hana Mae Lee, Brittany Snow, and Rebel Wilson)
|2013||Sequin Raze||Jessica||Short film|
|Goodbye to All That||Debbie Spengler|
|The Oven||Sally Butler||Short film|
|2015||Pitch Perfect 2||Aubrey Posen|
|Brave New Jersey||Peg Prickett|
|2017||The Most Hated Woman in America||Mrs. Lutz|
|Pitch Perfect 3||Aubrey Posen|
|2019||The Wedding Year||Ellie|
|2007||Reinventing the Wheelers||Meg Wheeler||Television film|
|2008||Cashmere Mafia||Brooke Adaire||Episode: Pilot|
|2008–14||True Blood||Sarah Newlin||Main role (seasons 2, 6–7), 23 episodes|
Satellite Award: Special Achievement Award (shared with cast)
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (shared with cast)
|2009||The Office||Penny Beesly||2 episodes|
|2009||Glee||Candace Dystra||Episode: "Sectionals"|
|2010||Numb3rs||Siouxsie Dark||Episode: "Devil Girl"|
|2010||Covert Affairs||Ashley Briggs||Episode: "Houses of the Holy"|
|2010||Mad Men||Bethany Van Nuys||3 episodes|
|2011||I Hate That I Love You||Sarah||Television film|
|2011||Romantically Challenged||Erin||Episode: "Perry Dates His Assistant"|
|2011||Love Bites||Prudence||Episode: "Stand and Deliver"|
|2011–16||The Good Wife||Caitlin d'Arcy||9 episodes|
|2012||House of Lies||Rachel Norbert||Episode: "The Gods of Dangerous Financial Instruments"|
|2012–13||The Mindy Project||Gwen Grandy||Main role (season 1), 13 episodes|
|2013||Vegas||Violet Mills||Recurring role, 4 episodes|
|2013||Super Fun Night||Felicity||Unaired pilot|
|2013||How I Met Your Mother||Cassie||2 episodes|
|2013–15||Ground Floor||Heather Doyle||3 episodes|
|2014||The League||Penny||Episode: "The Heavenly Fouler"|
|2014–17||Sofia the First||Princess Ivy (voice)||2 episodes|
|2014||Damaged Goods||Nicole||Television film|
|2015||Star vs. the Forces of Evil||Pixie Empress (voice)||Episode: "Pixtopia"|
|2015||Saints & Strangers||Dorothy Bradford||Episode #1.1|
|2015||Resident Advisors||Constance Renfro||Episode: "Conflict Resolution"|
|2016–17||Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt||Deirdre Robespierre||Recurring role (3 episodes)|
Nominated—Gold Derby Award for Best Comedy Guest Actress
|2016||The $100,000 Pyramid||Herself/Celebrity Guest||Episode: "Anna Camp vs. Randall Park"|
|2016||Good Girls Revolt||Jane Hollander||10 episodes|
|2018||The Stinky & Dirty Show||Sender (voice)||Episode: “Love Notes (Season 1 Episode 10a)”|
|2019||Vampirina||Bride of Frankenstein (voice)||Episode: "Franken-Wedding"|
|2013||CollegeHumor Originals||Dana||Episode: "FOMO Horror Movie Trailer"|
|2015||"Crazy Youngsters"||Ester Dean|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2009||Satellite Awards||Best Ensemble Acting in a Drama Series||True Blood||Won|
|2010||Screen Actor Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance in Ensemble in a Drama Series||True Blood||Nominated|
|2013||MTV Movie Awards||Best WTF Moment||Pitch Perfect||Nominated|
|2013||MTV Movie Awards||Best Musical Moment (Shared with Rebel Wilson, Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean, and Hana Mae Lee)||Pitch Perfect||Won|
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