Drew Cameron

Drew is a stand-up chameleon.
combining stand-up comedy with impressions of famous people.

Wake up you plonker!! providing celebrity wake up calls for the new Directory Enquiries 118866 and 02 network.

Not a lot of people know that… booked to impersonate Michael Caine at corporate events in April and June for companies like Microsoft, Saatchi & Saatei, Asda etcThese are to coincide with the new ‘Italian Job‘ film.

“On came Drew Cameron original, madcap, with a good script ahd a natural talent for ludicrous impression hybrids, David Beckham as the Clash doing Should I Stay or Should I Go was a corker, as was his opener, Ozzy Osboume as Chubby Checker. Proof indeed that quality, well thought-out routines can still get a crowd going.” The Stage March 2004

Touring the World….Tenerifife, Cyprus, Costa del Sol, Corfu …… the list goes on.
That was 2003 for Thomp­son Gold Hotel.

Supplying celebrity sound-a-like phone calls for Birth­days, Mothers Day etc; or just to wind people upl!

Voice-Overs, TV, Radio, Comedy Clubs, After Dinner Speaking & Cabaret

Voted ‘Best New Comedian’ On ITV,

The Frank Skinner Show First Impressions—Avalon Stand Up Britain—ITV Talking Telephone Numbers Winner of Opportunity Knocks The Big Stage

“Drew Cameron bounded oh singing Rocking All Over the World. Here was a performer whose consistent professional endeavour signalled possibility of national cess.”. – The Stage

Ships and Theatres and suppoted top household names, including: Joe Pasquale – The Original Drifters—Jimmy Cricket—Shane Richie—Ken Dodd— Little & Large—Joe Longthorne

Drew is one of the very few established main-stream artists to have successfully made the transition into the Comedy Club circuit

Perforating in orporate. Clubs, Holiday Centers, Hotels, Cruise

“Spotted more promising talent at the Casino Rooms, comic Drew Cameron”

-Garry Bushell