Hi, my name is Cameron, I am a Brampton born and raised actor. I started doing theatre when I got accepted into an arts program in high school and continued my professional training at Sheridan College and the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Some of my recent acting credits include: Serving Elizabeth, Stratford Festival; 4 years at The Shaw Festival (Getting Married, SEX by Mae West, Henry V, Hound of The Baskervilles, Dracula & The Madness of George III), the world premier of Happy Birthday Baby J, ShadowTheatre; 1851: Spirit & Voice, Soulpepper Theatre, Riot, Talk Is Free Theatre. Productions with Theatre Animal, Theatre Erindale, Secret Shakespeare Series, Canadian Rep Theatre, Clay and Paper Theatre, Toronto Fringe Festival.
As an emerging director, I have assisted Nina Lee Aquino on the cecil hotel an audio drama produced by Theatre Erindale and was an assistant director to ahdri zhina mandiela on Factory Theatre’s virtual production of Through The Eyes.
As a playwright my play Meet Chloe received its premiere production from Carousel Players, and is currently touring virtually to class rooms until May 13, 2022.
Keep in touch with me on social media by following me on Instagram &Twitter @Camm_grant
CAROUSEL PLAYERS is premiering my first play Meet Chloe to be offered digitally to schools from November 15th 2021- May 13th 2022!
t’s another day of virtual history class. Chloe is working with her group on a research project about John Graves Simcoe, but she discovers another historical figure that is far more relevant to learn about, someone who even shares her first name: Chloe Cooley, a young Black woman enslaved in Fort Erie and Queenston, Upper Canada in the late 1700s’. Can Chloe convince her teacher and her project partners to switch to Chloe Cooley’s story weeks before the project is due? Meet Chloe explores the challenges Black students face in the education system and the lack of Black curriculum content in the study of Canadian History.
Meet Chloe is being offered to classrooms grade 7-10