Allan Cameron - Details


After studying at the Royal College Of Art in London, Cameron designed television productions for a decade. His work includes "The Naked Civil Servant," for which he received an Emmy Award in 1975; "Edward & Mrs. Simpson," the 1980 mini-series that brought him a British Academy Award for Design; "Lace;" "Princess Daisy;" "The Professionals;" and "Rivals Of Sherlock Holmes," for which he received a joint Emmy.

His movie credits during the 1980s include "Princess Ida," "Beyond The Limit," "Nineteen Eighty Four," for which he received a British Academy Award nomination; "Highlander," "Lady Jane," "The Fourth Protocol" and "Willow." He was also art director on "The French Lieutenant's Woman."

He began the '90s with "Air America" and "Far And Away," followed by "Swing Kids," "No Escape," "The Jungle Book," "Showgirls," "The Adventures Of Pinocchio," "Starship Troopers," "Tomorrow Never Dies" and "The Mummy."

Following completion of "Hollow Man," Cameron launched the new millennium as production designer for "The Mummy II."

In addition to his screen achievements, Cameron has designed several Gilbert and Sullivan operettas for the theatre, including "The Mikado," "HMS Pinafore," "The Pirates Of Penzance" and "The Gondoliers."