Camile Sardina is a NYC-based writer, actress/model, broadcaster, and the owner of the boutique PR firm, Evolist Media. Her women leadership project and upcoming book, “Change Makers,” received national attention by Ashton Kutcher and his news site A Plus, also BUST. Her editorial work can be seen within Airbnb, Teen Vogue, Elite Daily, BUST, LADYGUNN and more. And her publicity expertise has showcased across The Chew, The Wendy Williams Show, The Washington Post and much more. You might have even caught her acting in commercials such as Sauza Tequila’s “Fun Is Calling”; or dancing/acting lead roles for SassClass - the first-ever dance/performance video program in the U.S. - as the selfie rocker ‘Vanna-T’ in the campy production of “Rebel Girl”, or the psychotic inmate ‘Kurly Kill’ in “Orange Is the New Sass.”
Camile was born in Utica, New York, but lived most her life in St. Cloud/Kissimmee, FL. She moved to New York City in 2014, at the age of 23.
Camile graduated from The University of Florida with a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Relations with a concentration in theater and dance.
She’s half Puerto Rican (Mami’s side) and half Italian (Papi’s side).
Some of her favorite movies and shows: David Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’ (Jeff Goldblum is a legend); ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’; ‘The View’; ‘Hey Arnold’; ‘The Sandlot’, ‘Now and Then’, ‘American Beauty’, ‘The Craft’, ‘Hocus Pocus’, ‘Powder’…this list goes on!
She’s currently writing a short film, feature film and producing the upcoming mini social media series: Surreal Camile.