Rhona Cameron has enjoyed a successful career as a stand-up comedian, writer and television presenter. A regular face across the screens of television throughout the 1990s, Rhona has presented various programmes and was also a contestant on Celebrity Wife Swap and the first series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Becoming an icon of the comedy circuit, Rhona is also openly gay and has regularly spoken to the media about her sexuality. When booked as an LGBT speaker, Rhona raises awareness and promotes acceptance of the LGBT community.
During her career, Rhona has always been open about her sexuality and was also the presenter of Gaytime TV. Gaytime TV was a late-night show which was the first of its kind to address the LGBT community. Rhona is also famed for writing the book 1979: A Big Year in a Small Town, a book which documents her experience growing up as a lesbian in a small Scottish town. To further awareness and acceptance of the LGBT community, Rhona is also a Patron of LGBT Youth Scotland and Pride London.
Throughout her career, Rhona has enjoyed the limelight of television and stand-up comedy. In the early 1990s, she took her comedy performances to the stage of competitions, winning the So You Think You’re Funny competition in 1992. From that point on, Rhona has enjoyed a successful career, entertaining audiences with her award-winning humour. Rhona has also been the presenter of the game show Russian Roulette on ITV and was the co-writer of Rhona, a sitcom centred around a lesbian Scot living in London. Taking to the stage, she performed in The Vagina Monologues in 2002 on the West End and was the first-ever female narrator in The Rocky Horror show.
An icon of both the comedy and LGBT community, Rhona is a popular choice as an LGBT speaker for a range of events. Having promoted acceptance throughout her career, Rhona is a great addition to champion inclusion at events and eliminate discrimination.