Cameron Knight, Director of the BFA Acting Program and an Associate Professor of Acting in Theatre, Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts

Previous Teaching:
Associate Professor of Acting and Directing UNCSA
Assistant Professor, Head of BFA Acting The Theatre School at DePaul University
Assistant Professor Carnegie Mellon University

Directing credits include: Richard III (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Down in the face of
God (UNCSA), Fences (Resident Ensemble Players Rep) A movie star has to star in black
and white, Suddenly last summer (UNCSA), Othello, Twelfth Night, Pericles (Notre Dame
Shakespeare) Julius Caesar (Shakespeare Theatre Company: Academy for Classical Acting)
Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet (DePaul University, fall 2016), Seven Guitars, Once on this
Island (Carnegie Mellon University) Underneath the Lintel (12 Peers theatre).

Theatre Credits include: Teatro Vista, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Kennedy
Center, Resident Ensemble Players, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare
Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Richmond Shakespeare Festival, Michigan
Shakespeare Festival, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.

Acting: Notable works include: Benedick in Much ado about Nothing, Othello in Othello,
Dogberry in Much ado about Nothing, Booth in Top dog/underdog, Mercutio in Romeo
and Juliet, John Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest, Oberon in A Midsummer
Night’s Dream, Hud in Hair, Cleante in The Imaginary Invalid,
Bill Walker in Major Barbara, Cory in Fences.

Television: The Orville, Chicago Med,
Film: Widows (directed by Steve McQueen), The world without you, Sister Carrie
Voice-overs and commercial: Kellogg’s Raisin Bran, Honey Nut Cheerios, Dodge Ram,
PBS, TD Bank, The Pennsylvania Lottery and Subway.


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