Spend 69 seconds with … actor Cameron Dunster

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Spend 69 seconds with Vancouver actor Cameron Dunster, who can currently be seen as Hero in the Fighting Chance Productions presentation of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

01Your first job.
A cashier at Save On Foods.

02The job you wanted as a child.
A movie star.

03One word your best friend would use to describe you.

04Your hero.
My parents! If they can raise me and my brothers, they can do anything.

05Your biggest indulgence.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream … and America’s Next Top Model.

06Complete this sentence: I first kissed a boy…
… and I never learned his name. Oops.

07One thing no one knows about you.
I had crazy OCD when I was a kid. I was the pickiest eater, and would not leave the house unless I was wearing sweatpants and a baseball cap.

08The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
My iPod, my best friend, and my camera

09The one thing you are most proud of.
Continuing to pursue a career in a field that I love.

10The one place or thing you always take visitors to see/do when they come to Vancouver.
I love the atmosphere at Granville Island. A day there is the best touristy day.

MEET Cameron Dunster

Cameron Dunster

Cameron is from North Vancouver, and has been acting in theatre productions around Vancouver since he was ten years old. Some recent credits include: Zack in Bare: A Pop Opera (Fighting Chance Productions), Drake in Annie (Gateway Theatre), The Doctor in A New Brain (Pipedream Theatre), and Singin’ In the Rain (Theatre Under the Stars).

Last April, Cameron graduated from the Musical Theatre program at Capilano University, where he performed in Footloose, My Life With Albertine, and in Cinderella as the Prince.

You may have also seen him at various Vancouver locations singing with the Metropolis Glee Club.

Look for him next as Hero in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum with Fighting Chance Productions. Tickets at http://www.jerichoartscentre.com.

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