Praise for Significant Other:


"Kyle Cameron as Jordan gives a stellar performance that walks the line between preening, self-effacing but lovable nerd with the angst of someone living with [...] depression."

~ Broadway World SF


"Cameron’s charismatic performance is credible and true. ...When he delivers an angry, incisive rant to Laura [...] it’s a triumphant moment that comes from the character’s fully formed thoughts and emotions. In that stream of invective, he avoids falling into Jordan’s tendency towards self-pity. "

~ SF Weekly

Praise for Anna Karenina:


"Levin’s idealistic views on inter-class relations may not go very far, but Cameron plays him with a lot of heart — moving him from a stilted and clumsy suitor to perhaps-ideal husband and father. "

~ Onstage Colorado


Praise for The White Chip:


"Cameron is an endearing, engaging performer, ideally suited to a vehicle like this. With the rhythms of a stand-up comic he banters with the audience in extended monologue."

~ Broadway World Pittsburgh


"Cameron ... is relentlessly agreeable as Sean."

~ Pittsburgh City Paper


"Mr. Cameron ... never stands still in a fast-talking whirlwind of direct address and scenes from a life on the edge."

~ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Praise for Trouble Cometh:


"The funny — in both senses — disconnected awkwardness of
a terrific Kyle Cameron’s Joe gradually makes more sense, and he becomes more endearingly affecting."


"Cameron and Russell are riveting."

~ SF Gate

Praise for CRANKED:


"Kyle Cameron gives a knockout performance taking his character through a greater emotional arc in 45 minutes than you see in most full-length plays."

~ EYE Toronto


"Its star, Kyle Cameron, is wonderfully convincing as
a good kid with problems."


~ Variety


"Cameron creates family members, competitors and counsellors, morphing like a chameleon from one to another."


~ NOW Toronto


"Kyle Cameron is awesome here playing Stan, as is is throughout the whole 45-minute show.  He's not afraid to show us the disgusting physical side of his addiction ... His dementia is equally convincing, with some of his hallucinations proving so deeply felt that when we later find out they were false, we're as relieved as we are surprised."


~ Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star


"Mr. Cameron is an ingratiating performer. Cranked is
a praiseworthy endeavor."


~ Lawrence Van Gelder, New York Times


Law & Order: SVU | NBC

Ian Ridley (Guest Star)

Episode 26.06
dir. Juan José Campanella


The Blacklist | NBC

Young Scientist (Costar/Actor)

Episode 8.07
dir. Christine Moore


Orange is the New Black | Netflix

Room Service Guy (Costar/Actor)

Episode 3.08
dir. Mark A. Burley


Murdoch Mysteries | CBC

Rodney Strong (Guest Star)

Episodes 10.01, 10.02
dir. Gary Harvey


The Lottery | Lifetime

Dr. Mark Kessler (Recurring)

Episodes 1.04, 1.05, 1.07
dir. Tim Hunter, Stephen A. Adelson, Nathan Hope
Lucky Baby Films, Warner Bros. Horizon TV


Alias Grace | CBC / Netflix

Reformer (Costar/Actor)

wr. Sarah Polley

dir. Mary Harron


Father Steven McGraw (Costar/Actor)

dir. Tim Wolochatiuk
Cineflix Productions



Vampire | Official Selection, Sundance 2011

Abbott King (Supporting)

dir. Iwai Shunji
Rockwell Eyes, Convergence Ent.



Significant Other

Jordan (Lead)

dir. Lauren English

SF Playhouse, San Francisco


Anna Karenina

Levin (Lead)

dir. Chris Coleman

Denver Centre for the Performing Arts


The White Chip

Sean (Lead)

dir. Sheryl Kaller

City Theatre, Pittsburgh



dir. Christopher McElroen

American Vicarious, NYC

The Sheen Center, Manhattan

World Premiere


The Hard Problem


dir. Matt Torney

Studio Theatre, DC


The Nerd

Willum (Lead)

dir. Marc Vietor

Bucks County Playhouse, PA


Trouble Cometh

Joe (Lead)

dir. May Adrales

San Francisco Playhouse

World Premiere


By The Water

Sal / Brian (u/s)

dir. Hal Brooks

Manhattan Theatre Club / Ars Nova

World Premiere



Stan (Solo Show)

dir. Patrick MacDonald

Green Thumb Theatre

Off-Broadway Run, Int'l Tours

World Premiere


The History Boys


dir. Dean Paul Gibson

Arts Club Theatre

Canadian Premiere


Johnny Baseball (Musical)


dir. Gordon Greenberg

Williamstown Theatre Festival


Home Free!

Lawrence (Lead)

dir. Matt Dickson

Williamstown Theatre Festival Workshop


The Happy Journey to Trenton & Camden

Elmer (Lead)

dir. Tyne Rafaeli

Williamstown Theatre Festival Workshop


The Secret Garden


dir. Marti Maraden

National Arts Centre



William (Lead)

dir. Estelle Shook, Marcus Youssef, Courtenay Dobbie et. al.

Caravan Farm Theatre

World Premiere


The Life Inside (Musical)

The Farmer

dir. James Fagan Tait

The Belfry Theatre

World Premiere




MFA, Acting | NYU Graduate Acting

Acting: Mark Wing-Davey, Janet Zarish, Richard Feldman, etc.

Voice: Deb Lapidus, Scott Miller, Deb Hecht, etc.

Movement: Jim Calder, Kevin Isola, J. Steven White, etc.

Camera: Rosemarie Tichler, Joanna Merlin, James Calleri, etc.


Physical Theatre, Clown, Mask Intensives

Phillippe Gaulier, Ker Wells, Brad Krumholz, Tannis Kowalchuck,
Steven Hill, James Long, Maiko Bae Yamamoto

© Deborah Lopez



Dora Mavor Moore Award Winner
Best Performance
Theatre for Young Audiences (CRANKED)



Jessie Richardson Award Nominee
Best Performance
Theatre for Young Audiences (CRANKED)


Henry Award Nominee
Best Performance in a Supporting Role
(Anna Karenina, Denver)


SF Critics Circle Award Nominee
Best Performance
Principal Actor in a Play (Significant Other)


Theatre Bay Area Award Nominee
Outstanding Performance
Principal Actor in a Play (Significant Other)