Cameron Goodall

Cameron graduated from Flinders Drama Centre in 2000.

He has worked extensively in theatre, for companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir, State Theatre Company of SA, Queensland Theatre Company, Windmill,Brink, The Wrestling School, Patch Theatre Company, Flying Penguin, Ontroerend Goed, Playbox, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and The Border Project. As a member of Sydney Theatre Company’s permanent ensemble, The Residents, he has recently appeared in A History of Everything, The White Guard, The Mysteries: Genesis, Leviathan, The Oresteia, The Comedy of Errors, Hamlet, Money Shots, Accidental Death of an Anarchist and Versus Macbeth. He has been nominated for numerous awards including Helpmanns for Best Actor (Hamlet) and Best Supporting Actor(The Goat or Who is Sylvia?), and received the Adelaide Critics Circle Award for Individual Excellence.

Cameron has a great deal of experience in working collaboratively to create new Australian work. As a founding member of The Border Project, Cameron has co-created, performed in or written music for MedeaMaterial, The War(Gorge), Please Go Hop!, Highway Rock’n’Roll Disaster, Disappearance, Trouble On Planet Earth, Versus Macbeth, I Am Not An Animal and Escape From Peligro Island. Cameron is also a member of Brink Productions, he has appeared in and developed many of their shows including the award-winning When The Rain Stops Falling. He has worked as a reporter for kids current affairs program Behind The News (ABC), as wayward percussionist for gypsy gurus Galonka, and regular guitarist for the somewhat irregular Scared Weird Little Guys. He’s done many audio books for the ABC including Tim Flannery’s The Weather Makers, new Australian works like The Pilo Family Circus, collections of poetry and short stories. Film and TV work includes Steve McCallum’s Girl Next Door, Jack Sheridan’s Yuri Shima, Hugh Sullivan’s Zoom Award winning Man Janson, a few TV bit parts, failed pilots and an embarrassing pizza ad. Cameron is also an accomplished singer, musician and composer. He won an ARIA in 2007 for his work as a founding member and composer for The Audreys.

Cameron is a proud member of Actors Equity since 2000.

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