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She was born March 8, 1961 as Debra Frances Manheim; she changed her name at age 20 as she pursued an acting career.
Her first on-screen role was in 1983 in Clint Eastwood's "Sudden Impact"; she played a passenger in an elevator.
She has dozens and dozens of film and TV credits, including "Will & Grace," "Two and a Half Men" and "How I Met Your Mother."
She's won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her role as Ellenor Frutt - a character she's played in four series: "The Practice," "Ally McBeal,"…
She wrote the off-Broadway play "Wake Up, I'm Fat" in 1995.
She wears 12 earrings in her right ear to beat someone she knew who had 11.
Camryn had a son, Milo Jacob, born March 6, 2001.
Quote: "You can either destroy your spirit or you can accept and love yourself just the way you are."
She worked as a sign language interpreter at hospitals, where she would be in delivery rooms while babies were born to deaf mothers and fath…
Her causes include Children's Institute, Dream Foundation, Project A.L.S., Project Angel Food, American Civil Liberties Union and the Southe…
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