Cameron Jack was born and bred into a working class shipbuilding family in Patrick, Glasgow in 1972. In 1992 he received the Margaret Rutherford scholarship to study acting at Mountview theatre school in North London.
Graduating in 1995, he set out on an eclectic career, appearing in everything from hit (and flop!) West end musicals, low budget film and Hollywood blockbusters. He first came to prominence with television appearances in the mid to late 1990’s, appearing in standard TV fare like Taggart, The Bill, and Lucy Sullivan is getting married, in between appearing in musicals like We Will Rock You, and Les Miserables.
In 2011, he took his first feature film role at the age of 39 when he was cast in the final part of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, playing one of Bane’s henchmen. In 2013 he worked on BBC drama Waterloo Road and three brand new TV Sitcoms including Man Down. 2014 saw him appear in Silent Witness for the BBC while 2015 was another busy year with appearances in Hollyoaks, The UK thriller Level Up and the acclaimed Sci FI thriller What Happened To Monday with Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close and Willem Dafoe. In 2016 he worked on the feature films iBoy, Death Race: Anarchy, Perfect Skin, Calibre and the popular BBC dramas Eastenders and Doctors. 2017 saw him take roles in new BBC drama Trust Me, brand new comedy series Piss Off, I Love You, the Greece set sitcom pilot Seasons, short film Fog, and the hit shows Outlander and Call The Midwife.
Commences filming in Romania in early 2018 on feature film The Medusa with Jesse Eisenberg, Pierce Brosnan and Vanessa Redgrave, playing Dupont.