The way we sound tells the story of who we are
Jo Cameron Brown is an experienced actress and internationally recognised dialect and dialogue coach, combining a successful acting career in television (from soaps and series to The Singing Detective), and theatre (from the NTS, RNT to the West End), working with directors, such as Hugh Hudson, Giles Havergal, Hal Prince, Michael Boyd, John Tiffany and Richard Eyre.
Actors Jo has coached include: Lilly Aspell, Antonio Banderas, Sean Bean, Jamie Bell, Helena Bonham-Carter, Jessica Chastain, Martin Clunes, Michaela Coel, Tom Courtenay, Agyness Deyn, Gregory Dobrygin, Noma Dumezweni, Lindsay Duncan, Heino Ferch, Joseph Fiennes, Bruno Gantz, Romola Garai, Rupert Graves, Josh Hartnett, Freddie Highmore, Ciaran Hinds, Celia Imrie, Konstantin Khabenskiy, Thomas Kretschmann, Marc Lavoine, Jude Law, Christopher Lee, Damian Lewis, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, James McAvoy, Neve McKintosh, Jhodi May, Art Malik, Emily Mortimer, Samantha Morton, Connie Nielson, Gabriella Pesion, Florence Pugh, Lorenzo Richelmy, Charlotte Rampling, Andy Serkis, Mark Steele, Tilda Swinton, Tom Wlaschiha, Robin Wright and Michelle Yeo.
Working with film directors like Bille August, Hugo Blick, Danny Boyle, Terence Davies, Nick Hamm, Roland Joffe, Asif Kapadia, David McKenzie and Gillies MacKinnon.
Jo plays Nana Anne in BBC 4’s There She Goes (Ep2 and Ep5) with David Tennant, Jessica Hynes and Philip Jackson and is currently filming the second series.
Jo is Dialogue Coach on the TV Mini-series Trigonometry, starring Gary Carr, Anne Consigny and Rebecca Humphries, produced by BBC Two.
And has finished working on Peaky Blinders as a Dialect Coach.