James Cameron Stewart
James Cameron Stewart trained at Hull University and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre
School. Some theater highlights of his thirty-six-year career include Frank-n-Furter (The Rocky Horror Show), Thénadier (Les Misérables), the poet Philip Larkin in Larkin with Women (Best Actor nominee, MEN Awards 2005), and originating the part of Hamish in Sir Alan Ayckbourn's Things We Do for Love. In 2008 he published his grandfather's World War I memoirs and toured his one-man show based on them from 2008 to 2011. His television/film credits include Outlander, Jericho, Flying Blind, Golden Years, Emmerdale, London's Burning, Eastenders, Coronation Street,
Holby City, and Taggart. He often appears on Radio 4, and is a regular presenter on the weekly The Economist podcast.
James loves recording audiobooks and is delighted to have had the opportunity to narrate such a
variety of magnificent authors, from Seneca through Max Hastings and Antony Beevor, to
superlative fiction by J. M. Coetzee, Michael Dibdin, Stuart MacBride, and more.
James's upbringing alternated between the Home Counties and the Isle of Skye. In addition to
being an actor, he is a nutritional therapist, a keen sailor, and is at his happiest when flying his hot-air balloon.