Rhona CameronWHO: Comedienne, Performer and Writer
WHERE: On stage, on screen, in print
WHY: One of the best stand up comedians in the UK, Rhona Cameron made an impact on the comedy scene in 1992, winning Channel 4's "So You Think You're Funny" award.
A decade of sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows and tours in the UK, Australia and New Zealand followed.
Rhona hosted 4 series of BBC 2's "Gaytime TV" and in 2000 appeared in the eponymous sitcom series "Rhona".
In 2002 she joined the West End cast of "The Vagina Monologues", before appearing in ITV's "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here", going on to present ITV's "Russian Roulette" and "The Luvies".
Rhona toured the West End as the first ever female narrator in "The Rocky Horror Show", and appeared in a national tour of "Grumpy Old Women".
In 2003 Rhona wrote the autobioghaphical "1979 A Big Year in a Small Town" to critical acclaim, followed by her debut novel "The Naked Drinking Club" published in 2007.