Anna Camp began compiling an impressive television résumé as a recurring actor on some of America's hottest-ticket shows in the first decade of the 21st century before breaking through with her first regular gig on the Fox sitcom "The Mindy Project" (2012- ). A native of South Carolina, Camp transplanted to New York to be a stage actress and made it to the Great White Way in big-ticket revivals of classics "The Country Girl" and "Equus" in 2006. Two years later, she garnered her biggest audience to date in a steamy arc on the HBO vampire drama "True Blood" (2008- ) and went on to recurring guest-shots on high-profile dramas "Mad Men" (AMC, 2007- ) and "The Good Wife" (CBS, 2009- ). She took key roles in some unexpectedly well-received studio films, "The Help" (2011) and "Pitch Perfect" (2012) and, in 2012, her first regular sitcom job on Fox's loopy new addition to its comedy lineup "The Mindy Project," starring Mindy Kaling. With the buzz around her growing, Camp was tapped later that year by Entertainment Weekly for its list of 2012 "breakout" stars, signaling things were about to move to the next level for the charming actress.