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Cameron Set To Appear In Panto

News of Series 4's Big Brother contestants has been a bit thin on the ground this year, to say the least.

Usually, for weeks or even months after the Final, tabloid newspapers report on the antics of the 'losers' as they desperately attempt to hang on to their 15-minutes of fame.

This time, however, little has been heard about any of them, including the eventual series winner Cameron Stout.

This contrasts with previous years' shows:

It's been almost four years since the original series and cheeky-chappy winner Craig Phillips still has a career as a TV 'DIY' man. Camp BB2 winner Brian Dowling still co-presents a kids TV show and the winner of BB3, Kate Lawler, had a brief stint as a Breakfast TV presenter until RI:SE got cancelled.

Even BB1's 'Nasty' Nick Bateman surfaces in the media from time-to-time, as do BB2's Helen and Bubble and BB3's Alison Hammond, to name but a few.

But back to Big Brother 4 and almost six months on, series winner Cameron hasn't exactly become a media darling. Thinking about it, no-one even knows why he won frankly; by being the 'quirkiest of a somewhat dull bunch' perhaps?

Anyway, intent on stretching his fame to the max, the smiling Scot is set to appear in pantomime this season playing Captain Hook’s hapless sidekick in Peter Pan.

So, getting into the true spirit of panto, we say: "Cam, it's BEHIND you" ...your fame, that is!  Well, almost.

If you'd like to see the likeable Orkney boy 'swashing his buckles' this Christmas, head for His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen where he'll be performing until 3rd of January 2004.

Call the Box Office on 01224 641122 for further details.

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