About Cameron Daddo
Daddo broke into show business in his late teens, appearing as Huck Finn in the Australian production of the Tony-winning musical "Big River". As a member of the cast of the kids series "Off the Dish", he immediately became a popular small screen personality and soon was hosting "The Cameron Daddo Cartoon Show" and eventually the game show "Perfect Match". Branching out into dramatic fare, Daddo won praise for his work in a number of TV-movies and miniseries like "Golden Fiddles" (1990) and had the lead in the detective series "Bony". Simultaneously, he launched a career as a singer, mostly of Australian country-western, releasing a debut album "A Long Goodbye" in the early 90s.
Daddo was first seen by US audiences playing one of a group of soldiers that launch a raid on a Japanese fishing fleet in the "The Heroes", a 1988 Australian production that aired in the USA in 1990 on PBS. He was a biker competing against the first African American pro biker in "Tracks of Glory: The Major Taylor Story" (1991) which aired over The Disney Channel in 1992. Moving to the States, Daddo won a won in the ABC TV-movie "Between Love and Hate" (1993) before landing his regular series work.
|Co-starred in "FX: The Series" (syndicated)|
|Headlined "The Cameron Daddo Cartoon Show" on Australian TV|
|Hosted the Australian game show "Perfect Match"; reportedly the youngest primetime host in the history of Australian TV|
|Made stage debut playing Huck Finn in Aussie production of "Big River"|
|Starred as a minister sent to revive the church on a Pacific Coast island inhabited by eccentrics in the PAX TV series "Hope Island"|
|Was featured in the ensemble cast of the Fox 2000-2001 midseason replacement series "Celebrity"|
|Began his career at age 19 in the Australian kids series "Off the Dish"|
|First seen on US TV in "The Heroes", aired on PBS; series had been filmed in 1988|
|Co-starred in "Tracks of Glory: The Major Taylor Story" (aired in the USA on The Disney Channel)|
|Moved to the USA|
|Played regular role of photographer Brian Petersen on "Models, Inc." (Fox)|