'Trapped With My Husband' on Lifetime: 5 things you didn't know about Camille Stopps

Meet the stunning cast of Lifetime's thriller 'Trapped With My Husband'


                            'Trapped With My Husband' on Lifetime: 5 things you didn't know about Camille Stopps
Camille Stopps in 'Trapped With My Husband' (Lifetime)
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Lifetime's 'Trapped With My Husband' follows the story of Melissa, a successful fashion designer who rapidly finds that her new husband Kevin isn't the prince charming she expected and is instead a philanderer with little aspiration. When Melissa files for divorce, she finds that Kevin has the legal right to stay in the house she paid for until the divorce is finalized, and the two become housemates from hell. When Kevin is found dead, all eyes are on Melissa. Can she, the most likely suspect, establish her innocence?

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While you wait for this film to air, you can watch some other Lifetime thrillers like ‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For’,  'Secret Lives of Housewives', and ‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Heroes and Felons’.

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Camille Stopps

Camille Stopps is a model, dancer, and actor. In Season Two of Reign, she played Estelle. She who grew up in the little town of Cobourg, Ontario, embraced Toronto with wide arms and a big smile. She received her Honours BFA in Theatre: Performance Dance from Ryerson University, where she graduated on the Dean's List. She received a Millennium Scholarship Award for Excellence, a Kenny Pearl Scholarship Award for devotion, and a Dance Recognition Award for progress and sustained promise while at RTS. Camille is an alumnus of Norman Jewison's prestigious Actor's Conservatory program at the Canadian Film Centre.

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Camille has worked with notable Canadian choreographers such as David Earle, Matjash Mrozewski, and Valerie Calam. This experience is crucial to her success and reputation as an actor. Camille developed a strong and inevitable interest in performing on camera throughout her time at Ryerson. She spent last year starring in the dramatic short Jane, dancing and performing in the Toronto Fringe Festival work sans, starring in two feature films (both of which are presently in post-production) and working on additional film/TV projects. The Canadian actress also starred in the CFC TV teaser Kootenay Ridge as the female lead. Camille also works as a model and is represented with possibly Toronto's best agency. She is currently dating David Lafontaine who is an actor and writer. 

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Jacob Richter

While studying English Literature at The University of Western Ontario, Canadian actor Jacob Richter found theatrical acting. At the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, he nurtured and molded his raw enthusiasm for acting. Jacob's enthusiasm for acting is only surpassed by his passion for making music. Jacob is presently based in Toronto and is married to actress Courtney Richter 

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Malube Uhindu-Gingala

Malube has been active on Toronto stages since 2005 and in cinema since 2011, with credits including classical, contemporary, collective productions, directing, and producing. Malube appeared in 'The Grace Project: SICK' in early 2011 when she was bold enough to relive her elementary school days when she was verbally and brutally tormented and humiliated. After 12 years of keeping the secret, she and the ensemble received two DORA nominations for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Ensemble in Theatre for Young Audiences. Malube worked on six projects in 2012 alone, all of which will be shown at film festivals in 2013 and beyond.

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Malube Uhindu-Gingala (IMDb)

George Krissa

George has been entertaining the public since he was a youngster in Lashburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. He went to Toronto to pursue a career in theatre after graduating from Grant MacEwan College with a certificate in Vocal Performance. His credits include 'The Stratford Festival' (Spamalot, Wendy and Peter Pan, The Rocky Horror Show, The Music Man) 'Shaw Festival' (Brigadoon, The Horse and His Boy), 'The Citadel Theatre' (West Side Story), 'The Segal Centre' (Million Dollar Quartet), and appearances in TV shows and Films.

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Paige Evans

Paige Evans is a Toronto-based actress who was born in Canada. Her interest in this career began when she was a child. She began taking acting courses at the age of 12 and later became active in her school's theatre department. When she is not performing, she enjoys contemporary dance lessons, volleyball, and generating content. Compass Artist Management is proud to represent Paige.

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Lifetime 'Trapped With My Husband' premieres Friday, June 24 at 8/7c on LMN

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