JO CAMERON BROWN by Pierre Lemond
Photo: Pierre Lemond
Fifth Floor, Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD
Phone: 0141 553 5403
Mobile: 07710 973858
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'1" (154cm)
Weight:8st. 6lb. (54kg)
Playing Age:51 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Grey
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Amused
Voice Quality:Warm


Dialect Coach on The Huntsman, filming at Shepperton, and The Infiltrator, filming around London & Florida

Stage Television Film Voice Over Further Credits
2013, Stage, Emily, Follies, Opera de Toulon, David Charles Abell
2012, Stage, Lysette, The Guid Sisters, Edinburgh Lyceum, Serge Denoncourt
2008, Stage, Nurse, Medea, Tramway & Tour, Graham McLaren-Babel
2007, Stage, Dorothy Darvel, Sauchie Hall Street, Traverse/Tron Theatre, Ian Heggie
Stage, Stella, Bonjour,La,Bonjour, National Theatre, Alan Cumming
1999, Stage, Alice, Perfect Days, Vaudeville/Traverse, John Tiffany
1990, Stage, Magrit, The Steamie, Oldham Rep/Manchester and English Tour, Renata Allen
1998, Stage, Rena, American Bagpipes & Macbeth, David Mark Thompson
1993, Stage, Square Rounds, Royal National Theatre, Tony Harrison
Stage, Guys And Dolls, Royal National Theatre, Richard Eyre
Stage, Granny, Men Should Weep, Citizens/7:84 Glasgow, Edinburgh Festival and tour, Giles Havergal
1995, Stage, Therese Dubuc, The Guid Sisters, Tron, UK & Canadian Tour, Michael Boyd
1996, Stage, Annie, White Bird Passes, Dundee Rep
1998, Stage, Thea, The Ride Down Mount Morgan, Dundee Rep/St Andrews, Catriona McPhee
2010, Stage, Rena, American Bagpipes, Lyceum, David Mark Thomson
1999, Stage, Miss Adelaide, Guys and Dolls
Stage, Maysie Mitz, General Cartwright, Miss Adelaide, Guys and Dolls, RNT, Richard Eyre
2001, Stage, Molly, Crush, Chester, Jeremy Raison
2001, Stage, Weird Sister, Porter, Macbeth, Chester, Jeremy Raison
2003, Stage, Porter, The Weird Sister, Macbeth, Brunton, Edinburgh, David Mark Thomson
Stage, Original London Cast, EVITA, Hal Prince
Stage, Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Stage, Maisie, The Boyfriend, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Stage, Miss Adelaide, Guys and Dolls, Coventry
Television, Sheila McKenzie, Judge John Deed
2008, Television, Hannah, Rebus, STV
2005, Television, Judge John Deed, BBC Television
2005, Television, Moira Henderson 2002 - 2005, River City, BBC Television
1999, Television, Psychos, Channel 4, John McKay
1998, Television, Great Expectations, BBC Television, Julian Jarrold
1993, Television, The Big Battallions, Channel 4/Carnival Films, Andrew Grieve
1992, Television, Sometime In August, BBC 2 Television, John Glenister
1990, Television, The Singing Detective, BBC Television, John Amiel
Television, Jennifer Hannaway, Coronation Street
Television, Miss Skiffins, Great Expectations, BBC Television
Television, Miss Ferguson, Cloud Howe, BBC Television
Television, Aunt Emily, The Singing Detective, BBC Television, John Amiel
Television, Low Winter Sun, Adrian Shergold
Television, Sheila Atwell, The Bill
2008, Television, Immigration Officer, The Bill
2009, Television, Matron, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Robert Young
2002, Television, Mrs Arnold, Inspector Lynley; Well schooled in murder
2013, Film, Mrs Clure, Me & Kaminski, X-Filme
2012, Film, Wife, Skyfall, MGM, Sam Mendes
2010, Film, ADR Voice, Centurion
Film, ADR Voicing, The Eagle
Film, ADR, Desert Flower
2007, Film, ADR, Elizabeth:The Golden Age
2007, Film, ADR, The Murder of Princess Diana
Film, Fiona, Sometime in August, John Glenister
Film, Pinafore Company, The Pirates of Penzance, Joe Papp
2002, Film, Anita, Bollywood Queen
Voice Over
2010, Voice Over, The Eagle of the Ninth, Working Title, Kevin McDonald
Voice Over, Loop, Outcast, Colm McCarthy
2009, Voice Over, The Wicker Tree, Robin Hardy
2007, Voice Over, Anna, Death Defying Acts, Gillian Armstrong
Voice Over, Restoration
2004, Voice Over, Gunpowder Treason and Plot, Gillies MacKinnon
Voice Over, Hallam Foe, David McKenzie
Further Credits
2013, Musical, Emily, Follies, Opera Toulon, Provence, David Charles Abell
2015, DVD, Emily, Follies de Stephen Sondheil, Opera de Toulon Provence, David Charles Abell , Olivier Benezach


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Aberdeen, American-California, American-Midwest, American-New York, American-Southern States, Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh*, French, Geordie, German, Glasgow, Highlands, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Italian, London, Manchester, RP, West Country
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto*, Ballad, Blues, Folk Dancing, Folk Singing, Latin American, Mezzo-Soprano, Tap
Performance:Commentating, Radio Presenting, Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence


RSAMD (Now Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)

Post Graduate Diploma in Voice and Dialect - Central.