Susan Cameron has taught speech, voice and dialects at Circle in the Square Theatre School, New York University, The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, and privately, including coaching Prime Minister Hosokawa of Japan’s United Nations address, the first ever given in English by a Japanese Prime Minister. Ms. Cameron is also an actress, writer, and director. She has appeared Off-Broadway (Westside Arts) and in numerous productions at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, and many other venues. Her regional credits include The Whole Theatre, Yale Rep, and Pennsylvania Stage Company. She played Selena on NBC’s Loving, and has appeared in several independent films. She has also directed extensively in New York. She is the author of nine plays, produced in New York at Alice’s Fourth Floor, Naked Angels, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Westbank, The Harold Clurman Theatre, and The Samuel Beckett Theatre, and in Los Angeles at The Artists’ Gym. She has also written five screenplays, two of which have recently been optioned. She wrote, directed, and co-starred in the short film Reasonable Doubt, which was accepted into the Philadelphia Film Festival.