Nadia Cameron-Blakey

Nadia has just completed a sell out run as Angelica Bianca in the Restoration play The Rover, directed by Amy Hodge, choreographed by Raquel Meseguer at Hampton Court Palace. This follows a highly acclaimed, sell out run playing Clytemnestra in the Young Vic's production of Elektra, directed by Carrie Cracknell. In between London theatre work, Nadia has completed films in Chile, Sweden and New York, as well as filming Fatherly Love, with Charles Dance and Clare Higgins in London.

Television work includes Robert Webb's new love interest in Peep Show, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Lead Balloon, Above Suspicion and LipService.

Also garnering rave reviews are the films Hunger, in which Nadia plays a seductive predator, Scratch, playing a junkie photographer and the short film Hands Solo about a deaf porn star.

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The Station Master ('The Woman' Alice Townsend - Lead), Jon Olav Stokke

Spring Clean (Linda - Lead), 4 Minute Films, Richard Earl

Freya Freya ('The Therapist'), Slim Jim Fims, Witold Wilczynski

Fatherly Love (Julia Adams - Lead), Y Productions Ltd, Mark Ellegaard

Hands Solo (Frances Mulhearn), Solo Productions, William Mager

Scratch (Zoe), Breakthru Films, Jakob Rorvik

Last Chance Harvey ('Beautiful Passenger'), Process, Joel Hopkins

Hunger (Redhead - Lead), Flame47/Mainframe Prod, Stephen Johnson

Act Of God (DI Anna Freedland - Lead), Giant Films/AoG Films, Sean Faughnan

4 Conversations About Love (Helen - Lead), Palette Pictures, Jessica Townsend

Mr. Kuka's Advice (Irina -Female Lead), Prisma Films, Dariusz Gajewski

Batman Intimidation Game (Cressida Spink), Warner Bros, Chris Nolan

Falling Through (Linda Harris - Guest Lead), Delux Prods /HBO, Colin Bucksey

Bond:Tomorrow Never Dies (Beth Haywood), Eon Prods, Roger Spottiswood

The Yawning Man (Goddess Muse - Lead), Kudos Films, Leyla Alexander

October 32nd (Christie Morgan - Lead), Shining Armour (Paramount), Paul Hunt

The Darkening (Bernice - Assassin), Electronic Arts, Steve Hilliker

It Can Be Done (Dr. Clare Stirling - Lead),  Oranur Productions, Jon East


 Peep Show (Celia - Guest Lead), Objective Productions, Becky Smith

 Lip Service (Maggie), Kudos, Sali Aprahamian

 Law & Order (Christine Mills) Kudos, Marisole Adler

 Midsomer Murders (Penelope Guest - Guest Lead), Bentley Productions, Renny Rye

 Above Suspicion: Red Dahlia (Jane Leigh), La Plante Productions, Gillies MacKinnon

 Secret Diary of a Call Girl (Camilla), Tiger Aspect, Owen Harris

 Hotel Babylon Becky Wood (Guest Lead) Carnival/Andy Hay

Above Suspicion Jane Leigh La Plante Productions/ Chris Menaul

Lead Balloon Camilla Raines (Guest) Open Mike Productions/Alex Hardcastle

Trial & Retribution X (Deirdre Harrogate - Guest Lead), La Plante Prods, Andy Hay

The Princes In The Tower (Elizabeth of York, Queen - Lead), Channel 4/RDF, Justin Hardy

Who Killed Charles Bravo (Florence Bravo -Lead), BBC 1, Michael Samuels

Prime Suspect VI (Sarah Ford), Granada, Tom Hooper

New Tricks (Eleanor Clements - Guest Lead), ITV, Wall to Wall, Jamie Payne

Secret Weapon: Smallpox 2002 (Rachael Smits), BBC2/ Wall2Wall, Daniel Percival

Coronation Street 2 Eps. (Dr. Karen Guillot,), Granada, Rob Rohrer

The Message (Various Characters/Comedy Sketches) BBC, Ben Quinn

Murder In Mind (DI Emma Miers), BBC, Nick Jones

Daylight Robbery (Dr Emma Slater),  Hewland Internationall, Justen Park

Touch & Go (Pam Bevin) BBC 2/Arrowhead Prods, Tim Fywell

Highlander 2 Series (Rebecca Horne - Guest Lead), Gaumont Paris, Paolo Barsman

The Bill (Barbara Turner) Thames, Barbara Reny


 The Rover (Angelica Bianca), Hampton Court Palace, Amy Hodge

 Elektra (Clytemnestra), Young Vic, Carrie Cracknell

 Burning Bright British Premier (Mordeen), Wimbledon Theatre, Simon Nicholson

Barefoot In The Park (Corrie Bratter), The Mill At Sonning, Sally Hughes

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THE ROVER - by Aphra Behn

Directed by Amy Hodge

The highpoint of this milieu is the appearance of the bewitching courtesan, Angelica (Nadia Cameron-Blakey).
-, 2012

It was a compelling performance by Cameron-Blakey of something which must have been extremely demanding both physically and emotionally.
- Marlow And Beyond

There are some good core performances to go with the performative razzle-dazzle. Nadia Cameron-Blakely’s Angelica makes for a beautiful, but elegant courtesan Angelica who falls victim to Willmore’s charms and her own desire for true love.
- The Public Reviews, 2012

Revenge is a preferable option for the feisty Angelica - a beautiful courtesan who betrays her calling by falling in love with Willmore and giving herself for free. Angelica is played with enormous beauty and dignity by Nadia Cameron-Blakey.
-, 2012

Nadia Cameron-Blakey's elegant Angelica becomes an isolated sex object and then succumbs for free to the advances of Wilmore, the Rover (Daniel Weyman), in a highly stylized, extended and rather beautiful copulation that turns sourly selfish with its climax of male satisfaction. It is not surprising that she later turns a knife on him when she discovers him reneging on his promises of devotion.
- British Theatre Guide, 2012





The minute Nadia walked – no, floated - into the room, all cool intelligent beauty, I knew I had found the actor I needed and thanked St Genesius, patron saint of actors (and barristers!?), for sending her my way. On set she was a consummate professional who always took her job, and even her first time director, seriously. But she never took herself too seriously and her laugh was one of the most joyful sounds on set. Can someone please put this woman in a comedy! She’s gorgeous, yes. But so much more. She’s also an incredibly intelligent and brave actor who, if the story is right, will breathe life into any role, no matter how challenging.



TRIAL & RETRIBUTION ‘Sins Of The Father’

Nadia Cameron Blakey - I first saw her in a costume drama (Who Killed Charles Bravo) and wondered why I hadn’t come across her before. I thought she was not only stunning to look at but was a lovely actress. I made a note of her name and then caught her in a drama called ‘The Princes in The Tower’.

Again I was so impressed that I was determined I would write something for her.

I was very fortunate that she was available to star in Trial and Retribution 'The Sins Of The Father' and she gives a stunning, moving performance. I really think Nadia has star quality and I wish her so much success for her future.

Lynda La Plante




Nadia is a rare jewel among actresses. Some have looks, others have craft. She has both, in abundance. She should wear a tight T shirt that says "All this, and brains too."




At its core were some wonderfully convincing performances. Notably by Mark Umbers as Warbeck and Nadia Cameron-Blakey as Elizabeth, wife of Edward VII and sister of the putative prince.

Elizabeth in particular was a brilliant recreation, giving a moral and emotional dimension to a drama that might otherwise have got bogged down in the intricacies of the struggle for power.




"Nadia Cameron-Blakey is an extremely accomplished actress, as well as a very beautiful one, capable of really excellent, complicated, layered work. In "The Case of Charles Bravo" (BBC1) she managed to preserve a kind of damaged innocence at the heart of the wretched, ruined Florence Bravo, the archetypal fallen woman, that held onto one's sympathy and, consequently, the audience, throughout.

In my opinion, she belongs up there with Blanchett and Kidman and the rest of them."




"Nadia is a superb actress who brings passion, conviction and intelligence to any role she takes on."


Radio Times / Jan 2007

Letter of The Week

Mother of all thrillers ITV’s first-rate Trial & Retribution (14/15 January) held me spellbound. Nadia Cameron-Blakey’s sensitive portray of the victim’s obsessive-compulsive mother reached almost Hitchcockian levels of tension and suspense. Her uncanny ability to get under the skin of every character she plays never fails to mesmerise. Patrick Carroll London SW3

Trial & Retribution – The first one just had me in tears.  The acting was great especially the woman who played the mother with obsessive compulsive disorder Nadia Cameron-Blakey. I’m not in the habit of taking notice of actresses names but she was just wonderful. It’s not often an actor can get so inside the skin of the character they play that they just involve you like it’s someone you know but Nadia Cameron-Blakey did.  Watch out for Nadia Cameron-Blakey!  She’s brilliant.  And hot, and I’m a girl! - H




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Cartier Magazine 2008


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