Cameron Rhodes is a graduate of Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School (1987; fellow classmates include Robyn Malcolm and Kerry Fox. He has appeared in more than 80 productions, many with Auckland Theatre Company, including Mrs Warren’s Profession, Lysistrata and The Importance of Being Earnest. Cameron’s first professional acting job was in
The Threepenny Opera at Downstage Theatre directed by Colin McColl. TV and film roles include lawyer Jonathan Krebs in In Dark Places, Farmer Maggot in The Lord of the Rings, Head Monk in the Netflix series The New Legends of Monkey, and roles in Rake and Home and Away in Australia. Cameron is a founding artistic board member of The Actors’ Program drama school and regularly teaches at the school.
He also directs theatre, and coaches voice and presentation skills in the corporate world. Cameron is a proud member of Equity New Zealand.
Ladies' Night. Goldie. A Christmas Carol. The Duchess of Malfi. Up For Grabs. Mum's Choir. Sweet Charity. Design For Living. She Stoops to Conquer. The Thirty-Nine Steps. The Importance of Being Earnest. Mary Stuart. A Shortcut to Happiness. Once On Chunuk Bair. The Good Soul of Szechuan. Lysistrata. The Lady Killers. Mrs Warren's Profession. The Audience. Black Lover. Back on the Boards. Black Lover.