Ben Cameron is a sought after writer, performer, teacher and host in New York City. Ben hosts the amazing Playbill podcast "The Broadway Cast" as well as the BroadwayWorld series... "Dance Captain, Dance Attack." Ben has appeared on Broadway in Aida and the original Broadway companies of Wicked and Footloose. His touring credits include Sweet Charity (playing opposite Molly Ringwald), Fame-The Musical, State Fair, The Who's Tommy and Footloose. As a dancer Ben has been featured with recording artist Kristine W, on The ESPY awards and in the inaugural seasons of Dre.Dance (Taye Diggs/Andrew Palermo dirs.) and The Utah Contemporary Dance Theater (now called Odyssey). As a choreographer and teacher Ben has served on the faculties of NYU's CAP21 studio and Wagner College on Staten Island. He continues to teach master classes and workshops across the country. Ben has written for the opening night gala for NYMF, Broadway's Benefit for Hurriance Relief as well as writing and directing several one person shows for Broadway vets including John Arthur Greene, Laquet Sharnell and Jessica Dillan. Ben has performed his one man show 'Different is Good' to sold out crowds in 2005 and 2010 as well as collaborative performances with singer songwriters Katie Thompson and Phil Putnam. Ben has hosted major theater industry events Rockers on Broadway, Defying Inequality, Broadway Sings Tori: A Benefit for RAINN and currently hosts The Duplex's long running open mic Mostly Sondheim for which he garnered 2 MAC award nominations. Ben is also the creator/host of Broadway Sessions, a weekly theater themed variety show in Times Square. Broadway Sessions recently celebrated it's 10th anniversary. Ben appears on the cast albums of Wicked and Footloose and is featured on the album Reach the Sky:The music of Bobby Cronin, performing 'Dance Your Troubles Away', a song written for him by Mr. Cronin. Ben likes most everyone. Ben is currently shooting a reality series for BBC television. Ben is a correspondant for PBS.