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Rhona Cameron

Since winning the title of Rosebud Princess 1969 (aged 4), Rhona Cameron has gone on to become "one of the best" (The Scotsman) stand up comedians on the UK circuit today.

Weight lifter, Scot and ex-wild child Rhona left Scotland and quickly made an impact on the comedy scene. A series of open spots led to her winning Ch4’s So You Think You’re Funny Award in 1992. In 1995, Rhona toured Britain with the Jack Dee Show, won the Paper Boat Award at Glasgow Mayfest and toured Australia. Since 1993, she has had sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

After the 1996 Edinburgh Show, Rhona played to further sell-out audiences for three weeks in an off-West End theatre, to great acclaim.

This was followed by her hugely successful first solo tour of the UK.

Rhona has made numerous appearances on leading comedy television programmes such as, Have I Got News For You and Saturday Live and perhaps best known for presenting BBC2’s pioneering Gaytime TV. She also presented Top of the Pops and after a very successful pilot of her new sitcom, has been commissioned to write a series of six episodes for the BBC. She also appeared as a guest on the one-off Jackie Mason Show on BBC2.

Other Television credits include:
The Stand Up Show (BBC)
Comedy Festival (Carlton)
Comedy Rules (STV)
That’s Showbusiness (BBC)
The Fall Guy (BBC)
All Over The Shop (BBC)
The Big E (ITV)
The Funny Farm (STV)
N.B Funny Ladies (STV)
Edinburgh Nights (BBC)
Up Front (Granada)
Dial Midnight (LWT)
Raw Soup (Carlton)
Late Night Licence (CH4)

Film credits:
The Funny Man (Funnyman Films)

Radio Credits:
Loose Ends, The Usual Suspects, Earshot, Morning Edition, The History Game etc etc.