Watching Drew Cameron can seriously damage your health.
In 2004 a woman literally died laughing at one of his shows.
It was an honour for him to be asked to perform two weeks later at her wake!â€œMind boggling! Must be seen (and heard) to be believedâ€œ – Time Out magazine.Drew Cameron is a stand-up chameleon. combining stand-up comedy with impressions
of famous people. With his originality, unique zany sense of humour & fresh topical material Drew’s act is much in demand.
He was once Voted â€˜Best New Comedian’ On ITV,
“We had Drew at our club last night, and he was fantastic. Our members said he is the best we have ever booked. If you get a chance to see him live dont miss it! Thanks Drew for entertaining us last night you were brilliant”
His first T.V. â€˜break’ was as a young child when he won Hughie Green’s Opportunity Knocks on the Clapometer.
Drew became a Fellow of the International Dance Teachers Association and opened a full time Performing Arts School with his wife Sheila, in Brighton, in 1984, – Shandy Stage School
In 1996 Drew returned to his roots as a performer.
Since then, Drew’s talents have taken him the length and breadth of the UK, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
â€œGreat confidence, script and impressions. You are the Stand Up we’ve been waiting for!â€œ – Piers Morgan. (Britain’s Got Talent 2008).
Being a lookalike is another â€˜string to Drew’s bow’.
Ali G, Ozzy, Uncle Albert and Michael Caine are four of the celebrities Drew has been booked to impersonate by companies such as Microsoft, Saatchi and Saatchi and Asda
TV Credits Include:
- The Frank Skinner Show
- First Impressions – Avalon
- Dead Ringers
- Stand Up Britain – ITV
- You may have seen him on the Cheerios commercial