We didn't get to know her very well, as her time in Kristin Shepard's shoes early in the run of "Dallas" was short-lived. But Colleen Camp has gone on to do a lot of other work over the years since that 1979 stint. Roles in the "Wayne's World," the "Clue" movie (based on the board game), "Murder, She Wrote," "Roseanne" and lots of other goodies mark her resume. Now, Camp has two movie projects in the works.
For "Winter of Frozen Dreams," Camp joins Keith Carradine and Thora Birch in the story of a University of Wisconsin science student (Birch) who also happens to be a killer. Camp's character is Mrs. Davies in the film, which reportedly wrapped filming in March in Schenectady, New York, and is due out next year. It's directed by Eric Mandelbaum and written by Michael Graf and Michael Caughill, from a book by Karl Harter.
The film, and book, are apparently based on a true-life criminal case. Read a little bit more about the movie at the New York Post.
Camp is also appearing in the film "Psych: 9," a mystery thriller directed by Andrew Shortell and written by Lawrence Robinson. The plotline from the IMDb: "Working alone at night in a recently closed hospital, an unstable woman (Sara Foster) witnesses events that may be connected to a string of murders." Cary Elwes of "The Princess Bride" also stars. Camp's character is named Beth.
Learn more about "Psych: 9," and see photos, at the film's website, www.psych9.com.