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Derek McCamlie

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Occupation  Actor/Comedian
Years active  ????–present

Name  Derek McCamlie
Role  TV actor

Derek McCamlie (born in Edinburgh, UK) is an English former actor who starred generally on stage but has also been in TV parts as well most famously being for a National Lottery advert with Amanda Holden.

McCamlie starred as Randle McMurphy in a stage production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

He has also appeared in The Bill in 1994, in two episodes on Casualty and worked on Purely Belter, Take Me along with many other acting roles.

McCamlie has also worked in the comedy area with comedians such as Jimmy Carr, he retired from comedy in 2009 after doing mild shows and to focus on a teaching career.

He currently resides in London working mildly at comedy and mostly teaching Drama and creative arts. Since 2008 he worked at Hasmonean High School in Hendon where he directed Life On The Line about life in the trenches during World War I, the second production due for 2009 was cancelled.

McCamlie left Hasmonean in 2010.

Derek has known to have taught in one other school in the London area.


Derek McCamlie Wikipedia

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