Cameran Surles is a writer, actor, filmmaker living in Los Angeles, CA. She got her start in Austin, TX, on Terrence Mallick's Tree of Life. Soon after moving to LA, she met another of her director heroes James L. Brooks who wrote a part for her in his next film. She has since appeared on numerous network TV shows, independent film, and award-winning theater. Cameran’s writing accolades include projects advancing in Sundance, Imagine Impact, Napa Valley FF and other festivals and contests. She currently works as Director of Creative Affairs for Adam Goodman’s production company Dichotomy, where she writes, produces, and gets to work with storytelling every day. She is interested in exploring stories as part of a new trend: the 30 something heroine. Real, honest stories of womanhood, and all the ambition, mediocrity, self-awareness, identity, sex, friendship, mortality, tragicomedy that goes with it.
Cameran Surles is a writer, actor, filmmaker living in Los Angeles, CA. She got her start when living in Austin, TX, on Terrence Mallick's Tree of Life. Soon after moving to LA, she met another of her favorite (Oscar-winning) writer/ directors James L. Brooks who wrote a part for her in Columbia's How Do You Know alongside Jack Nicholson and Reese Witherspoon. Recently, her short film Katie and Ben won several festival awards (including “Award of Excellence” at Best Shorts Competition and “Best Actress” for Surles at CA Women’s FF). Her short form series On the Market was accepted into the second round of the Sundance New Voices Lab, and her pilot The Cropper Sisters was a finalist in the Imagine Impact program. Her feature film script U has also been accepted in several film festival pitch competitions.
Cameran currently works as in-house writer and Head of Creative under Adam Goodman's direction at Dichotomy where she runs writers rooms and produces short form and long form content.