Cameron Anderson is an accomplished actor who has had a long journey to the top. Cameron first got into performing as a young boy his first role being a town crier, and according to him, he was hooked from that moment onwards.
He took up drama throughout high school, and went on to take a degree in Business studies at Solent University. After completion of his degree he went on to pursue his dream of becoming a professional actor by auditioning for a place at the prestigious Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London, which enabled him to get the National Council for Drama Training (NCDT) accreditation hence allowing him to gain his full Equity card upon graduation.
After leaving drama school Cameron began to increase his professional experience in all aspects of the acting world, having gained an agent before leaving drama school helped him land a couple of roles. He appeared in numerous short films and corporate videos which enabled him to fine tune his talent. Cameron was later to land a role in the movie ‘The Bank Job’ alongside Jason Statham and directed by Roger Donaldson and later his biggest role yet as the lead in the feature film ‘Coulda Woulda Shoulda’ directed by Jacky Jhaj.
Cameron has continued to work across different mediums including, short films, commercial advertisements and has been chosen consistently to represent large multinational firms. Growing up, Cameron was madly in love with comedy; Stand up, sit-coms, the whole works. He says he wanted to bring people the same joy that he got from watching them.
Cameron is now involved in an upcoming independent feature which is a dark comedy about three friends who find themselves in possession of a dead body after their neighbor asks them to house sit for him. The neighbor turns out to be a professional hit man and so the boys end up going on the run after a rival hit man thinks that they stole his job. Cameron has high hopes for the project, “The script is very well written, has some sharp dialogue and enough twists and turns to keep the audience guessing. I’m really looking forward to getting started as it’s gonna be a lot of fun.”