The rise of actor Cameron Anderson

Cameron Anderson

Cameron Anderson

The world of entertainment has some exceptionally talented artists and one such highly successful and amazing performer is Cameron Anderson who is best known for his performances in film productions like “Coulda Woulda Shoulda”, “The Bank Job” (a multi-million dollar feature film), “The Spoiler”, “Twin Suns “and more. Cameron went to the prestigious Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London, one of only seven drama schools that were accredited by the National Council for Drama Training (NCDT).

This accomplished actor performed in the stage production of ‘Welcome Back’ for the Walking Forward Theatre Company which took Cameron on a three month contract touring Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Germany. Cameron also appeared in the 2009 Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johannson film, The Other Boelyn Girl.

Cameron has spread his talent across the mediums like films, television, theatre, web series along with appearing in commercials and being a presenter.  What is fantastic about him is that he gives brilliant performance across the various mediums and his versatility is simply splendid. His theatre credits cover “Welcome Back”, “The Two Gentleman of Verona” and “Naked Flame”.

In 2012, Cameron was picked to be the face of online dating firm eHarmony. In the year 2013, Cameron appeared in the Europe wide commercial for Holiday Inn Express, a subsidiary of the world’s largest hotel firm, Intercontinental Hotel Group. He has also expanded his experience in the world of presenting, appearing on screen in projects for global firms such as Vodafone, Lenovo and AB Foods.

For a person as talented, dedicated and committed towards his profession, Cameron is one of those few artists who have rich experiences across throughout the different mediums of the entertainment world. He surely is a gifted artist.

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