The title track from D.C. Anderson’s i am still release starts on a somber note. Just piano and his made-for-musical-theater voice singing of “thistles where there once was grass.” But listen for a moment and hear the acoustic guitar add delicate touches as Anderson fleshes out a story of an abandoned hotel—from the hotel’s point of view. The unusual perspective coupled with the sonic sparseness of the song proves quite refreshing.

The rest of the album offers equal parts comedy and drama. From the hilarious “Jury Duty Girlfriend” (“How long can she resist? I’m the only guy who’s single, let’s turn this trial into a tryst”) to the moving “Sad Man,” written after the death of his mother, Anderson paints pictures that you’ll want to keep hanging in your mind. "
— Mare Wakefield, Performing Songwriter Magazine November 2006

About D.C.

D.C. Anderson is a film/tv and theater actor. Film/tv roles include Colodero Carucci's DEAN DARLING, Judy Sam Roman's RICH BOY RICH GIRL, Joseph Cedar's NORMAN, Nathan Adloff's MILES, Kevin Arbouet and Judy San Roman's FAIR MARKET VALUE and television's THE BLACKLIST, LADY BLUE and THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA.

D.C. Anderson considers his 'hometown' to be Elyria, Ohio.

His first theatrical performance was as Gideon's young son, Jether, in GIDEON by Paddy Chayefsky at the Black River Playhouse. High school theater followed: 'Sancho' in MAN OF LA MANCHA, 'Tevye' in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Then came college at Baldwin Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) : 'John' in THE LION IN WINTER, 'Tom' in THE GLASS MENAGERIE, 'Curly' in OKLAHOMA, 'El Gallo' in THE FANTASTICKS, 'Pavlo' in THE BASIC TRAINING OF PAVLO HUMMEL. Graduate School: 'Frank Strang' in EQUUS, 'Proteus' in TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. Regional theater in Cleveland - THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (also on National Tour), a season with the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival. In Seattle - 'Voltaire/Pangloss' in CANDIDE, 'Lucas' in THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF', JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS. In Minneapolis - Guthrie Theater: 'Judge Coras' in MARTIN GUERRE. In Chicago: HARRY CHAPIN LIES AND LEGENDS, Steppenwolf Theater's THE BALLAD OF LITTLE JO. In St. Louis: THE LARAMIE PROJECT: EPILOGUE, 'Joe Boyd' in DAMN YANKEES at the Ogunquit Playhouse, 'Howard' in THE FABULOUS LIPITONES at Connecticut's Goodspeed and at the Wellfleet Harbor Actor's Theater on Cape Cod and at the Florida Studio Theatre, 'Wilbur' in HAIRSPRAY at Sarasota's Florida Studio Theatre. On National Tour - 'Pippin' in PIPPIN, 'Judge Coras' in MARTIN GUERRE, 'Andre' in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. D.C. has participated in developmental readings/workshops of THE ASTONISHING TIMES OF TIMOTHY CRATCHIT, DUST AND SHADOW, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRIA, RAILS, MOTHER JONES IN HEAVEN OR HELL, THE DISAPPEARING MAN. Off Broadway: 'Rudetsky/Mallardo' in QUEEN OF THE MIST, 'Mickey 'Mayor' Mulligan' in STORYVILLE, 'Grimaldi' in THE ASTONISHING TIMES OF TIMOTHY CRATCHIT. Broadway: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.

D.C. has also written or co-written a few songs - garnering a few award nominations in regional song contests... He has 9 CD recordings and counting available all over the internet. He sings them whenever a theater or concert venue will host. He was also the man behind the very first Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit Christmas recording - 1993's CABARET NOEL. His next benefit recording project was for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in 2010 - it's called 'IN MY ROOM'. Click for CD info, including tracks, artists' bios, etc.

His hobby is photographing people - his photo website www.lookslikeyouphotography.com features a photo/interview webzine called 'Profile/Ten' - ten questions posed to some of those he has photographed that particular month - accompanied by a variety of his favorite shots.

On Twitter he is DCAnderson. He has a Facebook page as D.C. Anderson.


Currently, D.C. is based in New York City.

Click here to view D.C. Anderson's film/tv demo reel.

Visit www.youtube.com/davidcameronanderson for videos of concert performances.
Click here to listen to selections from d.c.'s recordings.