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Summer TV Preview: Camp

May 15, 2013

Thom Green, Tim Pocock and Dena Kaplan star in NBC’s new show Camp, which premieres this summer. Read all about the show and its stars in Kidzworld’s Summer 2013 TV preview!

This summer, head outdoors with the cast of Camp. The show follows the adventures and misadventures of a group of teen campers and their counsellors at the lakeside Little Otter Family Camp. The dramedy (mix of comedy and drama) is filled with hilarious antics, summer love and a cast of unusual characters.

Starring…

Thom Green stars as Kip, an indie-music loving loner who has no interest in making friends. Tom is best known for his role as Sammy in ABC’s Dance Academy.

Tim Pocock plays Robbie, the camp’s head of activities. He is most famous for playing Scott in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and as Ethan on Dance Academy.

Dena Kaplan plays Sarah, Robbie’s summer crush. Dena is an Australian actress, model and dancer.

Did You Know?

  • The show was filmed in Australia
  • Rachel Griffiths, from Six Feet Under and Brothers & Sisters, is on the show
  • Three of the show’s stars all worked together on Dance Academy

Premieres: July 10th, 2013 on NBC

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Are you excited for the show Camp? Let us know!

 

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  • Math camp.
  • Science camp.
  • Bee-keeping camp.
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