Camile Wray

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Camile Wray
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Camile Wray - List of Appearances

Portrayed by

Ming-Na, Marissa Smith, Kathleen Munroe, Haley Beauchamp

Camile Wray is a female Tau'ri, a member of the International Oversight Advisory, a member of Icarus Base and a member of the Destiny expedition.


Icarus Base

She was assigned as a human resources officer at Icarus Base. She spoke to Tamara Johansen about her intention to leave to take a scholarship but TJ said she was going to remain. She later told Wray that she had decided to leave instead and Wray suspected their was another reason for her change of mind. When the base was attacked, the Stargate was dialed to the Ninth Chevron and Wray and others had to evacuate through it. (SGU: "Air, Part 1")


Arriving on the Ancient ship Destiny, Wray demanded to know why they didn't get sent to Earth. (SGU: "Air, Part 1") While searching through the supplies they brought, Wray remarked to Ronald Greer that he had been locked up on Icarus Base for good reason and maybe should be locked up again. (SGU: "Air, Part 2") Wray began taking on a similar role on the ship to that she took on Icarus Bae. She asked Everett Young what they were going to do with Senator Alan Armstrong's body but Young said they would worry about it later. She brought up Tamara Johansen's resignation and Young also said they didn't really need to worry about it anymore. (SGU: "Darkness") When the ship lost power and was heading into a star, a lottery was to be held to determine who would be able to escape on the one Ancient Shuttle. Wray told Young he should choose who went, choosing those with the best skills instead. She was among those chosen in the lottery but sobbed after getting aboard, knowing that everyone left would soon die. Destiny instead recharged using the star and they made it back aboard before it jumped away.(SGU: "Light")

When a plan was put forward to dial Earth while Destiny recharged in a star, Dr. Carl Strom told her to help make it happen and she would be promoted once she got back. She tried to convince Nicholas Rush to help with the plan to make sure it worked. She was later annoyed that Rush had faked a failure as he believed the plan wouldn't work. (SGU: "Earth") Wray returned to Earth and went to see Sharon Walker, spending the night back in her home. As she was leaving Sharon told her to go back and motivate everyone to work on getting them home and that she would be waiting for her to come back. She went to see her parents, telling them that she was delivering a message that she was fine. She returned to learn that Rush had found a planet in their path that they could use to dial back to Earth and was joyed at the news. She later overheard Eli Wallace telling Young that he had learned that Rush had faked the information. (SGU: "Life")

After Sgt. Spencer was found shot dead, Wray asked why he had access to a weapon when he was clearly unstable and Greer pointed out that he didn't kill himself as the gun was nowhere to be found. After a search found the gun in Young's quarters, a hearing was held and Wray served on it. She was annoyed when Chloe, serving as a representative of Young, wanted to stick the rules they had set out and Chloe accused her of just wanting to find the Colonel guilty and then move on. With little evidence either way, Young stepped down and Wray was put in charge. She allowed Rush to begin tests on the Neural interface chair. Footage was soon found that showed Spencer killing himself and exonerated Young. Young and Rush went offworld but only Young came back, stating that Rush was killed in a landslide. (SGU: "Justice")

Young used the communication stones and claimed to have swapped with an alien and ordered the stones not used, which Wray assumed was to stop her reporting back to Earth about what she thinks happened to Rush. When the aliens arrived and began attacking, Wray helped out in the infirmary on those that were injured. The aliens took Chloe but she was rescued by Rush, who the aliens had also taken. He revealed to Wray what had happened, how Young had left him on the planet, and the two began coming up with a plan to take control. (SGU: "Space") After gaining control over part of the ship, Wray learned that Rush had been implanted with a transmitter by the aliens and accused him of only taking control to stop Young from getting rid of him. Young and the military soon took back control and Young said the matter was now over. (SGU: "Divided")

When Destiny dropped out in an unknown system and needed a month to readjust course, a team went to a nearby planet to gather supplies but Wray remained on the ship, later remarking it may have been a mistake not to go. (SGU: "Faith") After the FTL engines were damaged, a hyperdrive expert was brought on board and Wray swapped bodies with her for several weeks. Dr. Amanda Perry was disabled and required a respirator to breathe but Wray handled it well and went home to spend the time with Sharon. After a few weeks, she sent Sharon out to get groceries, knowing that Sharon needed to get out of the house for a bit. When she was out for longer than usual, Wray grew concerned and began to believe that something bad had happened and when Sharon came back, Wray's anxiety caused an issue with Perry's body. Destiny was repaired and Wray soon had to leave Sharon again. (SGU: "Sabotage") Greer accused Wray of conspiring with Rush to take over the ship again. When Greer went after Rush, Wray went too only to be locked in a room with them and stabbed by Rush, who was hallucinating that she was an alien. Greer was also hallucinating, as they had both been affected by a Tick-like creature, and almost shot and killed Wray but soon others arrived and stopped him. (SGU: "Pain")

Lucian Alliance invasion

When Colonel David Telford swapped bodies with Nicholas Rush he wanted to know what Rush needed to do on Earth and came to see Wray about it. Everett Young had Telford locked up and Matthew Scott told her that Telford may be a Lucian Alliance spy. She wanted to talk to Telford but Young refused. (SGU: "Subversion") She tried to get into the room with Telford as Young vented the air. He died but Young revived him, and Telford overcame the Alliance brainwashing and revealed that Alliance had a way to get to Destiny. When the Alliance arrived and took some hostages, Wray spoke with Commander Kiva and tried to offer a prisoner exchange between them. (SGU: "Incursion, Part 1") Kiva later agreed to the exchange along with food and water and Wray went to perform the exchange herself. She refused the Flak vest that Scott offered her, stating she needed to show some trust. Discovering that a Binary pulsar was affecting the ship and would kill them if they didn't modify the shields, they surrendered to the Alliance so they could get to where they needed. (SGU: "Incursion, Part 2") Wray swapped bodies with Dr. Brightman as the Alliance brought on doctors to treat their injured personnel. Wray was one of the few Destiny expedition personnel that remained on the ship as others were sent offworld. She was rescued by Scott and Greer and Rush was able to force the Alliance to stand down or he would allow the shields to fail and the pulsar would kill them. (SGU: "Intervention")

Back to work

She interviewed the Lucian Alliance prisoners to learn more information and recommended to Everett Young that they be kept aboard as they could be useful. The IOA recommended that a few of them be kept to be both useful on the ship and they had provided valuable information about Alliance plans. (SGU: "Aftermath") She told the remaining prisoners that Destiny had docked with a Seed ship and Young confronted her over telling them and she said that they had learned about a planned attack on Earth and the prisoners may know something. (SGU: "Awakening") She went back to Earth to spend time with Sharon Walker and noticed how she appeared more stressed and was drinking more wine than usual. Eli Wallace also came back to Earth and spoke to Wray about his mother and how she had given up on her treatments and was sick. Wray told Homeworld Command that she wanted his mother to be able to use the Communication stones to come to Destiny to see her son to help her. (SGU: "Pathogen")

Wray took Ginn to meet Eli Wallace, hoping she could work with Eli on his work. She noticed how stressed Young appeared and asked if he wanted to talk but he turned her down. He came to see her later telling her about his dreams were Destiny is attacked but nothing he did saved the ship from destruction. When Destiny shut down, they learned it was running a battle scenario and Wray realized that it was the same as Young's dreams and that when Young shut down so did the ship. She and Rush asked Matthew Scott to step up instead but he went to see Young and convinced him to come back. (SGU: "Trial and Error") Wray went to speak with Ginn, telling her that Homeworld Command wanted to speak with her. She noticed Eli's shirt in Ginn's quarters. (SGU: "The Greater Good")

When the people who stayed behind in the last galaxy appeared aboard a shuttle next to Destiny they were brought aboard. Wray interviewed them but they had no memory of what had happened to them. After one of them died mysteriously, Wray performed hypnosis on Peter who remembered that he had died from exposure and hypothermia before he suddenly appeared to die from the same thing again. She performed hypnosis on Dr. Robert Caine who also remembered his own death. (SGU: "Visitation") Wray spoke with Eli about all that he had been through on Destiny but when she mentioned Ginn, he stopped talking and left. She was against double crossing the Ursini when they asked for help. (SGU: "Resurgence") When Rush was for making a deal with the Nakai to cure Chloe, Wray expressed surprise that he appeared to want to risk Destiny for one individual. (SGU: "Deliverance")

After an alternate timeline version of Rush came aboard and told them that the plan to dial Earth had failed, Wray said that they could learn from his mistakes to try again. When a team went aboard an alternate Destiny for supplies and spare parts, Wray used the communication stones to report to Earth about what had happened. (SGU: "Twin Destinies") Wray went back to Earth, swapping bodies with Senator Michaels and learned that the Lucian Alliance was about to launch an attack. Before she or Greer could leave, a ship crashed into Homeworld Command. Trapped inside, they found another survivor and soon found a dead tech with a Geiger counter which Wray read to realize they had been exposed to lethal radiation. When the survivor said that she wasn't a scientist so wouldn't know, Wray grew suspicious. When he took her hostage, she told Greer to shoot him as he was obviously Alliance. They found the source of the radiation, a Naquadria bomb. When they switched back to their own bodies for a moment, Varro tried to tell them how to disarm it but they missed the last part. Greer said that they should just wait to allow people being evacuated to get away. They soon went back to their own bodies. (SGU: "Alliances")

After meeting descendants of an alternate timeline version of the expedition, Wray went with them to meet their leaders. She gave them a tour of Destiny and was asked by Yaozu if they could take them back to Novus, their homeworld. The drones attacked and destroyed the Stargate, stranding them on the planet; luckily Destiny was contacted to come and get them. (SGU: "Common Descent") She later joined a team to go down to Novus and learn more about what had happened to their alternate selves. (SGU: "Epilogue") When the crew was evacuated off the ship during a recharge in a dangerous type of star, Wray read a newspaper that had been found and determined that the people were attacked by the drones and had drawn them away to allow most of their people to escape through the Stargate. (SGU: "Blockade") A plan was developed to put everyone in stasis for a 3-year long FTL jump to escape the drones. Wray went back to Earth but couldn't see Sharon so called her. She told Sharon that it wasn't fair on her and that she should move on. She later joined other personnel to eat the last of the fresh food on board before entering a stasis pod. (SGU: "Gauntlet")

Alternate Timelines

  • In an alternate timeline, she went through the Stargate to Earth as Destiny was recharging in a star. (SGU: "Twin Destinies") Ending up 2,000 years in the past, they settled on Novus. She went on a few dates with others but said that she had already found her soulmate so stopped trying. She later served two terms as mayor and wrote up a constitution for their new society. Many years later she was the last surviving member from Destiny and gave a speech at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Eli Wallace Elementary. (SGU: "Common Descent", "Epilogue")