Up-and-Coming Comedian, Actor, Writer and Podcaster
Up-and-coming comedian, actor, writer and podcaster, Cameron is a charming troublemaker and has been described by UK comedy publication as "a natural on stage". He has gained a reputation as one of the most exciting and hilarious performers coming up on the circuit today for his laid-back demeanour and instinctive smooth improvisation style.
In 2012, Cameron was the National Runner-Up in Triple J's 2012 Raw Comedy competition and has been called the "Next Big Thing" by Time Out.
Cameron has supported comedy legends, including Wil Anderson, Tom Green, Ari Shaffir, Tony Hinchcliffe, and Akmal, and has been handpicked to perform for over two thousand people at Splendour in the Grass for multiple years running. He appeared on ABC2, Triple J, and sold-out shows at Perth Fringe World, Adelaide Fringe, Sydney Fringe, Sydney Comedy Festival, Bondi Feast, and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
In addition, Cameron is a regular writer for ABC2's The Roast in 2013 and has been named one of "Funniest Aussie Comedians to Follow on Social Media" by the Herald Sun. He is also a permanent writer and performer for the satirical comedy group, A Rational Fear, and has appeared on FBI Radio, Radio National and performed to a sellout Sydney Opera House audience for The Festival of Dangerous Ideas.
Cameron is known for his seamless crowd work and ability to deliver observational and confessional material in an intelligent and amusing approach. His accolades include an acclaimed 1-hour comedy special on ABC's "Comedy Next Gen", as well as credits on ABC's sketch show "How Not to Behave" and on SBS' "The Feed", where he currently serves as head comedy writer.
Cameron is a regular performer on Triple J's Chatback with Tom Ballard and can be seen in Comedy Central's hit web series, "Share This", in which he writes and stars alongside fellow comic Becky Lucas. Together, Becky and Cameron were selected to co-write, co-create and co-star in "Be Your Own Boss" as part of the Fresh Blood series on ABC.
Cameron is also a successful podcaster and can be heard on his chart-topping podcasts "Mike Check" and "Total Reboot".