Melisa Camba is a Filipina actor, singer, and theatre-maker based in London.

She earned her MA in Performance - Musical Theatre at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London, and completed her Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music in Manila. She is also an alumna of the Philippine High School for the Arts.

Her recent performance credits include: Meg March in Little Women: The Broadway Musical (Dugdale Arts Centre); Namira in The Legends of Arahma (The Actor's Church)

Melisa is also currently part of Birmingham Hippodrome's writing residency for new musicals,
developing This is My Name with Filipina award-winning playwright, Dominique La Victoria. They were also part of the inaugural cohort of OVERTURE, a new musical theatre development scheme that aims to develop the skills and practices of underrepresented Musical Theatre writing teams across the UK.

Melisa is represented by Access Artiste Management.


International Credits: Boses (Maiden Speech Theatre Festival); Pearl and Dagger - Workshop (The Other Palace), Mr. and Mrs. Hake and the Magic Princess Fish (North Finchley Artsdepot), Marco Polo: An Untold Love Story (Shaw Theatre & Vingtieme Theatre); As You Know Me (Earl's Court Film Festival)

Credits in the Philippines: Kung Hindi Man (Cultural Center of the Philippines); The Kundiman Party (UP Playwrights’ Theatre); The Sound of Music (West End touring production - Manila); How Violet Met Watson (Short + Sweet Manila); Mad About Mozart, The Opera Playlist, Harana and Ang Bagong Harana (Philippine Opera Company); Romeo & Juliet (Kids Acts Philippines); Bizet’s Carmen (Lyric Opera of the Philippines)

Concerts & podcasts: All That Scratch (The Other Palace), RepresentAsian (Phoenix Arts Club)

Awards and recognition: Your Voice Competition Winner - UK; Ani ng Dangal (Harvest of Honors) Awardee for Music - PH (National Commission for Culture and the Arts); Best Actress for When Violet Met Watson - PH (Short and Sweet Manila)


Song-writing credits: This Is My Name (Overture Industry Showcase at The Other Palace); Boses (Maiden Speech Theatre Festival); Greta's Song (NEWSFEED at The Southwark Playhouse)