Camila Banus

Birth Name: Camila Banus
Birth Place: Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Profession: Actor


An outgoing and energetic child, Camila Banus signed with a talent manager at age 6. The Miami Beach, Florida native would never look back as her career was off and running.

Soon, she was appearing in commercials and print ads and, before long, landing roles on Spanish soap operas.

While in high school, Banus decided to send an audition tape to New York soap, One Life to Live.

She was called in by the show’s producers and cast as Lola Montez, ultimately earning a Young Artist Award nomination for her efforts.

When the gig ended, Banus moved to Los Angeles and promptly landed guest spots in Disney’s I’m in the Band and Zeke and Luther. In 2010, she was hired for the contract role of Gabi Hernandez on Days of our Lives.

The single actress lives in Los Angeles, where she continues to appear in nighttime and film projects.

Fast Facts

  • July 22, 1990 — Birthdate
  • Was cast as Lola Montez in her first daytime drama, One Life to Live, in 2008.
  • Appeared in the Lifetime movie Wishin’ and Hopin’, based on the Wally Lamb’s novel Wishin’ and Hopin’: A Christmas Story.
  • Her younger sister, Gabriela (yes, like her character on Days), who is also an actress.


  • Jaime Banus – Father
  • Carmen Banus – Mother
  • Gabriela Banus – Sister


Camila Banus has come a long way since “Girl swimming” on Dexter in 2006. Banus dipped her toe into daytime in 2008 while working as Lola on One Life to Live, before signing on to play Gabi Hernandez on Days of Our Lives.

Camila Banus Photos

Actor (3 Credits)

Title Role Year

Days of Our Lives (TV Show)

13203 — 2017
13202 — 2017
13201 — 2017

Gabi Hernandez 2017

Mistresses (TV Show)

Back to the Start — 2016
Bridge Over Troubled Water — 2016
Blurred Lines — 2016

Kylie 2016

Hawaii Five-0 (TV Show)

Ho'Amoano (Chasing Yesterday) — 2015

Tori Onuma 2015

Guest (2 Credits)

Title Role Year

Home & Family (TV Show)

Home & Family — 2015


American Latino TV (TV Show)

American Latino TV — 2013