Camden is an actor, writer and film editor. He was one of the founding members and Artistic Director of the Obie Award winning NADA in New York City. He has written and developed five different full length solo theater pieces that he performed across the country in such cities as Chicago, Seattle, Minneapolis, San Francisco, and New York City. Camden's favorite theater roles include; Chillingworth in Tiny Mythic Theater Company's production of A, The Scarlet Letter and the role of the Ambassador in Target Margin Theater's production of Marguerite Duras' India Song.
He has acted in well over one hundred independent films, including; Vertical City, The Killers, My Chorus, Backgammon, Morning Glory, Irascible and The Works.
After moving to Los Angeles, Camden played one of the lead Gentlemen in Buffy The Vampire Slayer's ground breaking episode "Hush" in season four. He returned to the show in season seven to play the skin-eating demon Gnarl in episode three, "Same Time, Same Place", (doing all his own stunts and wire work), and the recurring role of the the all powerful Turok-Han (a.k.a. The Ubervamp). He also appeared in season five on Angel as The Prince of Lies. Camden is the only actor to have played four different villains on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel. He was asked by the trading card company Inkworks to personally autograph a limited edition series of trading cards for Buffy's season seven, which are now being auctioned off on Ebay.
When not acting in film, television, radio or on stage, Camden continues to work as a film editor, editing many feature films, including; Third Coast Productions' The Sleep Eaters, Dreaming Dog Entertainment's Zen Noir, director Tony Zierra's USA The Movie, and recutting Robert Hall's Lightning Bug.