professional artists agency & robert stein management
high baritone: low d-high b
musical theatre west
Bond as Jim has never been better.
Local discovery-turned-Broadway star Cameron Bond makes for the most dynamic of golden-throated leading men as Jim. - StageScene LA
Let it be known here that Bond is a velvet-throated singer (possibly even more appealing than Crosby). - Press Telegram, Long Beach CA
j2 spotlight theatre row
Ruggedly handsome actor Cameron Bond playing the Hemingway-esque author is believable as the playboy living off of his friends, and his resonant baritone does justice to Rodgers’ melodic songs.
...Bond proves a solid leading man with acting chops and a virile voice.
- Harry Forbes
national tour, disney cruise line
Along with his fine tenor vocals, Cameron Bond delivers a first-rate comedic portrait of narcissism and conceit as Gaston, Belle’s strutting, would-be suitor. - OC Register
With his good looks, superb baritone voice, and excellent comedic timing, Bond steals the show. You find yourself waiting for him to return to the stage, and you may even root for him to win. - Jeff Davis, BWW Austin
Gaston was the highlight of the show for me. Cameron Bond played him to perfection: swagger, muscles, lack of brain cells and all. Bond's Gaston hit every note and pose on cue during his self-titled song... - Seattle Refined
As Joe Hardy, Bond possesses both the strapping build and good looks of a superstar athlete, but also the gentile naiveté of a young man gullible enough to accept an offer from the devil. And, gosh, that voice!
- Michael Quintos,
BWW Los Angeles
The tall, strapping, leading-man, handsome triple-threat proves himself a veritable Broadway star-in-the-making, not only believable as an overnight American League superstar, but showing off acting chops, dancing feet, and out-of-the-ballpark vocals to match. - Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA