Carterton Singing dance & Drama class student in professional performance
But as he gets ready to star opposite the Australian actor and singer at Oxfords New Theatre for the second year running, he admits he cant wait.
The Carterton schoolboy plays his son Benji in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, which began on Tuesday and closes on Saturday.
He was very helpful and even told me he gets nervous too.
She admitted she was shocked about the adult content when seeing the 1994 film with Hugo Weaving as Tick and co-starring Guy Pearce and Terence Stamp.
Mrs Duncan said: We explained what it was about to Cameron but because they keep him backstage he doesnt hear any of the risqué comments. It would just go over his head anyway and the parts hes in are really lovely bits with Benjis dad.
She is married to Andrew, an RAF parachute jumping instructor, and daughters Georgia, 18 and Courtney, 13, also want to be actresses.
Mr Duncan works at RAF Brize Norton and Mrs Duncan is a practice nurse at Bampton Medical Practice and Witneys Nuffield Health Centre.
She added: Cameron just loves being on stage performing. Were very proud.
Cameron also got to the last eight to be in the cast of the West Ends Les Miserables this year, attends Witney-based West Oxfordshire Academy of Performing Arts.
Academy principal Brian Conroy put Cameron forward for a London audition for Priscilla last year.
He said: Cameron has got a lot of character so when the casting agency were asking for boys of his age and size, he was just ideal for the role.
Hes got a lot of energy he can sing, dance and even do an Australian accent so hes perfect.