Cameron Rhodes

Davison

MARY STUART is Cameron’s eleventh appearance with the Auckland Theatre Company. Over an acting career that spans twenty-two years and more than seventy productions, Cameron’s theatre credits include THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER and THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS (ATC), HAPPY DAYS, ASSASSINS, LOOT and THE THREEPENNY OPERA (Silo Theatre), CARNIVAL OF SOULS:LIVE and LIVE CINEMA (AK Festival 2011).

He directed the Basement Theatre’s I HEART CAMPING, Christmas hits TOYS and CHRIST ALMIGHTY and won Best Director in the 2010 SHORT+SWEET ten minute theatre festival competition.

Film and television appearances include the Qantas Film Award nominated performance in I’M NOT HARRY JENSON and he recently won the Best Actor award for BRAVE DONKEY in the Show Me Shorts Film Festival.

Other work for the screen includes BLISS, SPIES AND LIES, JINX SISTER, WE’RE HERE TO HELP and LORD OF THE RINGS. Cameron’s busy schedule includes voice-overs, working as an acting teacher and in the corporate world as a voice/presenting coach. He is also involved in establishing a new one-year acting school, The Actors’ Program, beginning in 2012.

Cameron is a graduate of Toi Whaakari : New Zealand Drama School and a proud member of NZ Actors Equity.