Cameran Hebb comes from Washington state and is a millennial. So, she’ll hug a tree, but not truly understand what the trees have actually done for her. She is now a New York based actor and comedian who writes lots of sketches and screenplays and jokes and things. She was a member of the acting residency at the Flea Theatre in Tribeca (The Bats) for three years, and performed at the Whitney Museum, as well as a six hour-long socially immersive Sophocles play, These Seven Sicknesses. She also was apart of their late night comedy series, The Serials.  For three years, she was the lead in a play about a young women’s struggle with breast cancer: Keepingabreast. The show debuted at the New York Fringe Festival, with multiple iterations to follow. Cam was awarded a grant from the Queens Council of the Arts to perform Keepingabreast at the Secret Theatre in Long Island City. Cam has performed at theatres all over the city from Ars Nova to Theatre Row. Cam was a lead in the independent movie, “Me and Lizzie” and has been in multiple web-series. She wrote, produced and performed in her own web-series, (which she calls an “eb-series” because they are only a minute long…that’s cute, right?) It’s called, “The Subletter”. Cam was recently in a Digiorno pizza commercial which was honestly, the most delicious job yet. 

In 2015, Cam was engaged for 24 hours and then went through a super-sad-fetal-position-on-kitchen-floor-crying-kind-of-break-up. Through depression or anxiety, or (let’s be fo realz) both, found kinship in stand-up comedy. In 2016, she won the New Talent Competition at Gotham Comedy Club, landing a TV spot on Gotham Comedy Live, which aired March 2017. That same year, she won the New Talent Competition at Broadway Comedy Club, was a finalist for Ladies of Laughter competition, and competed in the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition. In 2017, she competed in the Laughing Devil Festival, the Devil Cup and the She-Devil Festival in New York City. Throughout the summer of 2017, she hosted and produced a show on Saturday nights in midtown at a large craft beer bar called, "Keg Stand-Up Comedy Hour." Cam has a one-woman character show, “Disney Meets Honesty: Beauty and the Beast Edition” which recently debuted at the People Improv Theatre’s SOLOCOM festival. She performs stand-up all over the city: Dangerfield’s, the Stand, Gotham, and Greenwich Village Comedy Club. She just recently won a residency at Broadway Comedy Club. Honestly, she just wants to make people “LOL” but never, ever, text it or say it.