Hamilton Camp
Date of Birth
Oct 30, 1934
Birth Place:
London, England, UK


Hamilton Camp was evacuated from his native London to the U.S. during World War II. A stage actor from childhood, Camp reportedly made his film debut in RKO's Bedlam (1945) The slight-statured comic actor flourished on American TV from the early 1960s onward, guesting on such series as The Mary Tyler Moore Show and appearing as a regular on He and She (1967), Paul Sills' Story Theatre (1971) and Just Our Luck (1983). He also would have been one of the comedy troupers on the anything-goes revue series Turn-On (1969), had this notorious bomb survived past its first episode. Camp has shown up in only a handful of feature films, notably the 1967 spoof The Perils of Pauline. More recently, Hamilton Camp has been a prolific cartoon voiceover artist, providing a limitless array of characterizations on such TV animated series as The Smurfs, The Flintstone Kids, and DuckTales. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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