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Cameron Roach

Commissioning Editor | SKY Drama
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Cameron began his career in broadcasting, working both at Sky Television and ITV, where he worked as part of the launch team for ITV2.

He subsequently moved into script and series editing on long-running drama series, before landing his first producing job on Series 6 of the hit prison drama Bad Girls for Shed Productions. He went on to produce two series of Footballers’ Wives, and also developed and exec produced ITV2’s first ever drama, Footballers’ Wives: Extra Time, which ran for two series.

In 2007 Cameron moved to Kudos Productions to produce the International EMMY award-winning second series of Life on Mars, and in 2009 produced BBC2’s critically acclaimed Moses Jones. Other recent credits include Silk, written by Peter Moffat and Young James Herriot, both for BBC1.

In 2011 Cameron was asked to oversee the move of Waterloo Road from Rochdale to Glasgow; as Executive Producer he worked on fifty episodes of the show. Cameron has worked in development for Tiger Aspect Productions, Shed Productions and for BBC Productions.

In 2013, Cameron joined Sky Drama as their commissioning editor.

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