Cameron Knight
Cameron Knight
Professional Directing & Acting Biography
Classically trained, Cameron has played roles from Shakespeare to August Wilson, working in major American Regional theatres, as well as work in voice overs and commercials.

Notable roles include: Corey in Fences at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ned in Parlour Song by Jez Butterworth at Quantum Theatre, Dave Robinson in Lombardi at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and the title role in Othello with the Independent Shakespeare Company and the Texas Shakespeare Festival.

Cameron received is Masters of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Delaware, Professional Theatre Training Program training under Jewel Walker, Sanford Robbins, Deena Burke, Joann Browning, Leslie Reidell, Steve Tague Andrew Wade, Anthony Zerbe, Adrian Hall and Brian Protheroe.

Cameron certified in Sanford Meisner technique with Larry Silverberg.

As a director, Cameron directed Seven Guitars for the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University, where he was an assistant professor of Acting. While at CMU he also directed Once on This Island and developed a staged reading series, Horizons, that introduced the University population to theatre from underrepresented communities addressing various social themes. He also directed for Bricolage Theatre’s annual fundraiser B.U.S. a 24-hour play festival as well as Underneath the Lintel with Twelve Peers Theatre.

Cameron was heard as the voice of the Bee for a Honey nut Cheerios spot and the “Guy” for the Pennsylvania Lottery.


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