ANDY CAMERON MBE
30+ Years with Emkay
Comedian, Host & Presenter
Andy Cameron MBE is a well-known Scottish comedian, television personality, and after-dinner speaker. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, he began his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1970s, quickly gaining recognition for his witty humour and distinctive Scottish accent.
In the 1980s, Andy became a regular face on British television, hosting a number of shows including his own comedy series, "The Andy Cameron Show", which was broadcast on STV in Scotland. He also appeared on a number of popular programmes such as "The Krankies Klub", "The Paul Daniels Magic Show", and "Blankety Blank".
Andy's career continued to flourish throughout the 1990s and beyond, and he became known for his work as an after-dinner speaker, entertaining audiences with his unique brand of humour and his love of football.
In 1998, Andy achieved national fame with his involvement in the Scottish World Cup song "Ally's Tartan Army", which he co-wrote with Scottish musician and producer Steve Balsamo. The song reached number 6 in the UK charts and became an instant classic among football fans.
Today, Andy remains a popular figure on the after-dinner speaking circuit, entertaining audiences across the UK with his quick wit, infectious humour, and love of all things Scottish. His career has spanned over five decades, making him a true legend of Scottish entertainment.
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