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Cameron McCasland

Cameron McCasland
Born Robert Cameron McCasland
(1981-08-24)August 24, 1981
Dallas, Texas, United States of America
Years active 1985 - Present
Spouse(s) Jessica McCasland, 14 June 2003 - July 2013 (2 children)
official Myspace

Cameron McCasland (born August 24, 1981 in Dallas, Texas, U.S.) is a Regional Emmy Nominated[1] American film maker.[2]


In 2007 McCasland directed a video for Quiet Company's music video, Fashionable from the album Shine honesty released by Northern Records.[3] It is currently playing on demand at [4] after making the rounds on the festival circuit. It won best music video honors at the Crossroads Film Festival in Jackson, Mississippi,[5] and Fearless Film Festival in Fort Worth, Texas,[6] as well as taking the Silver Remi at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival in Houston, Texas.[7]

In 2008 McCasland was nominated for a Regional Emmy in advanced media writing for Trash Day Of The Dead which he wrote and directed for the '"Go Green With Dr. Gangrene" campaign.[8]

McCasland did a series of Go Green shorts,[9] which garnered several national awards, and which received citations from Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen, and the Nashville City Council.[10] McCasland became the first recipient of the Vasaria Public Service Award at the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards alongside Chiller Cinema.[11][12]

McCasland has directed multiple episodes of Dr. Gangrene's Creature Feature[13] which airs on Nashville's CW affiliate, WNAB.[14] He has worked with Larry Underwood (who portrays Doctor Gangrene), as an actor on the show as well as appearing as himself on the half-hour show Chiller Cinema (the show changed titles when it moved to a two-hour format). He has provided movie reviews and articles to the show's website, which also won a Rondo Award at The Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards in 2005.[15]

In 2009 McCasland directed the debut music video for the Numerics song Precious Time, which received the Golden Hermes award.[16]

Personal life

While in Nashville he met Jessica Evans, whom he married in his hometown of Edgewood, Texas[17] on Flag Day, 14 June 2003.[2] Their daughter, Marie McCasland, was born in December 2004. Their second daughter Roxie McCasland was born only hours after McCasland returned home from the 2008 CMT Music Awards in April 2008.[17] They separated in September of 2011, and finalized their divorce in July of 2013.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Myspace
  • Official website for Dr. Gangrene's Creature Feature
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