Narrator (Adelaide & Brisbane)
Cameron Daddo began his multi award-winning career in entertainment over 30 years ago. He has covered just about every angle; from acting, producing and directing in film and television to musical theatre, from a published singer/songwriter to magazine columnist, from a television host to radio announcer.
Cameron relocated to Los Angeles in 1992. He subsequently appeared in many top rating television shows, including just about all of the CSI’s and NCIS’s, The Mentalist, he featured as the Vice President in a season of 24 and played the President in the hit series Nikita, amongst many other credits. He is a multiple Logie and People’s Choice Award winner for his work on mini-series such as The Heroes, Golden Fiddles and Tracks of Glory.
In more recent times, Cameron has worked between the US and Australia with local stage credits for Legally Blonde and TV drama performances including Beaconsfield, the story of the 2006 mine collapse and as a series regular Adam Goodman in Packed to the Rafters. In the last few years, Cameron was acclaimed for his stage work in LA for Holding the Man, directed by Larry Moss and he performed the role of Captain Von Trapp in the London Palladium Production of The Sound of Music which toured nationally in Australia in 2015 and 2016. He also performed in The Haunting at the Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne earlier this year.
Cameron’s latest album TEN Songs and change… is available on iTunes and as the number one nighttime announcer, he can be heard seven nights a week on Smooth FM.