Cameron Barnett (owner/operator) opened The Selftape Space in Toronto, ON, Canada in 2015. He is a working Actor and Producer originally from Arkansas. Recent credits include Hunter in “Fucking A” by Suzan Lori Parks Off- Broadway at the Signature Theatre. Cameron trained in New York City at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After graduation, he toured over 20 countries in Europe with the musical HAIR directed by one of the show’s original collaborator, James Rado. In NYC he has studied with Caymichael Patton, Meisner Technique with Matthew Corozine of MCS Studios and Film/TV Scene Study with Ted Sluberski. In Canada he has studied Film Technique with Ben Ratner, Actor’s Foundry and Andrew McIllroy in Vancouver and Lewis Baumander in Toronto. He has also served as a Reader for ABC Primetime Casting. His stage credits range from US and Canadian Regional Theatre to Off- Broadway/ National and International Tours. Cameron was also an acting company member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon. Selected Film/TV credits: Seven Seconds, The Blacklist, YTV’s Mr. Young, Supernatural, Continuum, Blink (Pilot), Fairly Odd Christmas 2, The Next Step, and Killjoys. In addition he also has voice-over and commercial credits and is a published Interior Designer. More info at www.jcameronbarnett.com.
” After spending so much money on selftape auditions, I decided to open The Selftape Space that was strictly dedicated to the needs of actors. So often in this business we are constantly investing in opportunities with no guarantee – that shouldn’t cost so much! I want to give other actors an affordable selftape studio resource to put down quality and professional auditions without the expensive cost. I am all about creating a drama-free audition space to help you look and feel your best, and have fun doing it, but not break the bank. The studio is modeled after everything I felt that I wasn’t getting in my selftape sessions. Book your session today, I look forward to meeting and working with you. Thank you!”
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