CLARE CAMERON

CLARE CAMERON by Tony Blake
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Blue Tower, MediaCityUk, Manchester, M50 2ST
Phone: 0161 413 6301
E-mail: info@red13management.com
WWW: www.red13management.com
Artist's Website: www.clarecameron.com
Location:Manchester
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Playing Age:31 - 40 years
Appearance:Latin American, Mediterranean, White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Hazel
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short

Credits:

Clare will be appearing in a rehearsed reading of "Dreams for Our Daughters" directed by Amy Hailwood at Bureau Centre for the Arts in Blackburn on Sat 10th June. Clare has her own theatre company, Abooo Theatre, with which she has worked at the Royal Exchange and HOME www.aboootheatre.com

Stage Television Film Commercial Short Film Further Credits
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Stage
2017, Stage, Marie, What I Felt Whilst Under You, Hope Mill Theatre, Lucia Cox
2017, Stage, Lou Conran, Maybe Baby/PUSH 2017 Festival, Abooo Theatre/HOME, Joyce Branagh
2016, Stage, Marya/Maggie, Your Stories/BIRTH Festival, Royal Exchange Theatre, Andy Routledge
2016, Stage, Raz, Word on a Wing, NorthSouth Shorts, Craig Sanders
2016, Stage, Karin, Humble, JB Shorts 15, Chris Honer
2014, Stage, Liv, Good Vibrations, JB Shorts 12, Joyce Branagh
2014, Stage, Rose, Break, JB Shorts 11, Sushil Chudusama
2014, Stage, Jocasta/Soldier, Oedipus Retold, Tristan Bates Theatre, Robert Gillespie
2014, Stage, Isabel, Portia, Tristan Bates Theatre, Robert Gillespie
2012, Stage, Jenny Young, Denial, Kings Head Theatre, Adam Spreadbury-Maher
2012, Stage, Penny/Ensemble, Someone to Blame, Kings Head Theatre, David Mercatali
2012, Stage, Marie-Sidonie Cresaux, Queens of France, Leatherhead Theatre, Trevor Danby
2011, Stage, Maria, Love, Question Mark, The Tabard Theatre, Robert Gillespie
2010, Stage, Maria, Love, Question Mark, New Diorama Theatre, Robert Gillespie
2008, Stage, Nurse Jenny/Angela Rippon/Cassandra, You've been a wonderful audience, Barons Court Theatre, Jez Bond
2004, Stage, Christina Rossetti, Loving Ophelia, The Pleasance, London, Hannah Price
Television
2016, Television, Jane Fraser (1x ep), Emmerdale, ITV, David Kester
2003, Television, Mary Boleyn, Henry VIII, ITV, Pete Travis
2003, Television, Waitress, Absolutely Fabulous, BBC, Dewi Humphries
2003, Television, Drunken Woman, The Seven Wonders of the Industrial World, BBC, Ed Bazalgette
Film
2011, Feature Film, Amanda Bonner, The Turing Enigma, Mad Manc Media, Pete Wild
2006, Feature Film, Ophelia/Cordelia, Beneath Our Masks, Natural Flair, Thomas Cardwell
2003, Feature Film, Mrs Corbett, Stage Beauty, Lionsgate Films, Richard Eyre
2003, Feature Film, Mica, Cab Hustle, f3k Productions, Osita Aneke
Commercial
2013, Commercial, 60's Mum, Subway, Blink Productions, Jonathan Herman
2012, Commercial, Mum, McCarthy & Stone Retirement Apartments, Moon Film, Carl Prechezer
2010, Commercial, Recipe Mum, Mummysworld, Mummysworld.co.uk, Ivana Davidovic
Short Film
2014, Short Film, Megan, Lucina, Picturehouse Productions, Khieng Ly
2014, Short Film, Ana, The Oakcroft Working, Juni Creative, Bernard Farrell
2006, Short Film, Miriam, The Problem with..., Arts Institute Bournemouth, Draken Sly
2004, Short Film, Nurse, War Crimes, AB Productions, Adrian Banton
Further Credits
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Tamara Gradwell-Grindley, Never Wonder/What the Dickens, Oldham Coliseum/Manchester ADP, Joyce Branagh
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Marla, Classmates, Abooo Theatre/HOME, Kayleigh Hawkins
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Miriam, The Bespoke Suit, Scripts Aloud/The Lowry, Craig Sanders
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Mum, Everybody Said & Two Mothers, Abooo Theatre/HOME, Rebecca Taylor & Kayleigh Hawkins
2016, Video Game, FVO (Lead), Fable Fortune, Lionhead Studios/Pinewood
2011, Rehearsed Reading, Marion Purcell/Sarah Beauville, Someone to Blame, Theatre 503, David Mercatali
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Jeanne, Useless Mouths - Workshop, National Theatre Studio, Robert Gillespie
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Aline, Chains, Trafalgar Studios, Robert Gillespie
2007, Rehearsed Reading, Fiona, How to be a good Zimbabwean, The Oval House Theatre, David Mercatali

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Birmingham, Dorset*, French, German, Glasgow, Heightened RP, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Northern, RP*, Russian, Scottish-Standard, Spanish, Welsh-Standard, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, German, Spanish
Performance:Corporate Roleplay, Forum Theatre, Live Roleplay, Poetry Reading, Role Play, Verbatim Theatre, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cycling, Stage Combat, Swimming*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Law Graduate, Theatrical Gun Handling training

Training:

The Poor School, 2 year Acting Training

Ongoing classes with The Actors Guild and Act4TV