Rhona Cameron is a critically acclaimed Scottish comedian. No stranger to the stage, she has been a regular on British television since 1990. From the moment she stepped onto her debut stage, Rhona took the comedy world by storm. In 1992, she won So You Think You're Funny, a stand-up competition hosted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This title kickstarted her career, with television producers and event planners desperate to book her for their audience.
Following Rhona's award-winning stand-up career, she worked as a presenter for both ITV and BBC Two. From Russian Roulette to Gaytime TV, a late-night LBGT+ show, Rhona was a regular face throughout the 90s. She co-wrote the show, Rhona, first aired in 2000. Alongside Linda Gibson, the LGBT+ sitcom achieved critical acclaim and ran for six episodes. She was also a campmate on the first series of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. With tensions high on the show, Rhona's honest, down to earth personality meant that she was a hit with audiences. First aired in 2002, she came fifth in the show.
Continuing such writing success, Rhona is the author of Nineteen Seventy-Nine: A Big Year in a Small Town. The novel follows a lesbian narrator trying to make a living in a small fishing town, showcasing the trials and tribulations of life and providing LGBT+ representation. In 2007, she published The Naked Drinking Club with Ebury Press.
Due to her life experiences, she is a passionate advocate for LGBT+ rights. Rhona is even a Patron of LGBT Youth Scotland and Pride London, roles in which she supports some of the UK's biggest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Pride events. Recent appearances from Rhona include the shows Back to Life and Tracey Breaks the News, maintaining her position in the hearts of fans. No matter the event, Rhona's adaptable nature, varied career and passion for advocacy makes her the ideal comedian.