Cameron Hurry

Cameron Hurry

Neuroqueer actor and writer Cameron Hurry is based in Brisbane and was trained through the University of Southern Queensland. His theatre credits include: Grand Horizons (Pip Theatre), Adventures of Peter Rabbit (Small Crown Productions), King Lear: Monster Show (The Curators), The Woman In Black (HOTA/White Rabbit), The Lonesome West (Troop Productions), Tashi (Imaginary Ltd.), Frankenstein (Fractal Theatre), Picnic at Hanging Rock, Delicacy, Strange Attractor (Arts Theatre), Suckers (LOLipop/Harvest Rain ndependents), The Bully (Omad Productions), Macbeth (JUTE Theatre), Angry Young Women (Mixed Company), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Jane Eyre, Alice, Shadowlands (Harvest Rain) and The Lieutenant Of Inishmore (AStheatre). Film and television includes Young Rock (NBC), The Bureau of Magical Things (Eleven), Dolls (Flickerfest), Avulsion (Screamfest), Wanted (Matchbox, Channel 7), The Alpha (ABC2), The F Word (Cannes), as well as over a dozen commercials.

Cameron’s official foray into writing was with Playlab’s Incubator Program where he penned his first full length comedy. He then followed this with the short horror film Night Fill, for which he won the Jury Award at the Australian Independent Film Festival, Best Actor at the Sanctuary Cove International Film Festival, and was selected as one of twelve best films of the year at the Stellar Short Film Festival. His second film, the comedy Christian In The Closet, took home the People’s Choice Award at the Muskoka Queer Film Festival. Cameron has since completed the feature-length script for Night Fill, and also co-written another feature comedy Clowns on the Run.