Touring nationally in late 2012 with the smash hit play “Certified Male”, “Pure chemistry…a great raconteur; relaxed and in control knows how to relate to the audience” -The Melbourne Age, “Amiably hilarious” – The Daily Telegraph, “4 stars. An hour of comedic fun. Everybody should find this show hilarious.
Touring nationally in late 2012 with the smash hit play “Certified Male”
“Pure chemistry…a great raconteur; relaxed and in control knows how to relate to the audience” -The Melbourne Age
“Amiably hilarious” – The Daily Telegraph
‘”4 stars. An hour of comedic fun. Everybody should find this show hilarious. One of the best at the fringe this year.” – The Adelaide Advertiser
After studying acting in Adelaide S.A., Cam moved to Melbourne to pursue a career. After some time spent in Melbourne he somehow ‘fell into’ doing stand up comedy and improvised comedy which helped land him a support cast role in the Channel 7 sketch show Big Bite.
He’s not forgotten his acting roots and has appeared on Blue Heelers twice. The late Linda Gibson played his mum. Recently he starred in a 15 minute short film called What’s the Matter?, directed by Lee Rogers. It had its world premiere at the L.A Short Film Festival. It also featured at the 2007 Flickerfest in Bondi Beach.
Cam worked for Foxtel and the Comedy Channel for five years as a presenter. He hosted various shows including Chain Reaction, We’ll call you, Hit & Run Series 2, The World Comedy Tour 2005, The FHM Lara Croft Challenge, Thank Comedy it’s Friday, Cam & Charlie’s Guide to the Festival and the first and second series of Stand up Australia, a stand up show which showcased some of the best local and international acts around. Stand up Australia aired five nights a week and at close to 120 episodes is the longest running show Foxtel has ever done episodically.
He’s interviewed and performed alongside some of the best comics in the world during the Melbourne comedy festival from Demetri Martin to mike Wilmot to Stephen K. Amos as well as some of Hollywood’s finest like Seth Green’ Will Ferrell and John C. Riley.
Cam Knight is based in Sydney, performs everywhere