Left handed austalian actor. Married to Alison Brahe in 1992, has a daughter named Lotus, who was born on May 2,1996. Has two brothers Andrew Daddo adn Lochie Daddo. Used to be the host of the television show: The Perfect Match. In 1992 released a solo album "A long Goodbye"
While Cameron Daddo is considered an emerging talent in America, he is one of Australia's best known television personalities.
Stateside, Daddo is best known as photographer Brian Peterson on Aaron Spelling's "Models, Inc." However, Daddo gained notoriety at the young age of 19 while starring in "Off The Dish," an Australian show. As a Melbourne native, his popularity in 'Dish' led to the creation of "The Cameron Daddo Show." On the game show "Perfect Match," Daddo became the youngest primetime host in Australian television history.
Daddo went on to star in the Australian/Disney Channel co-production of "The Heroes," and win an Australian People's Choice Award for his leading performance in the drama series "Bony." He garnered more accolades (two Logie Awards, equivalent to an American Emmy Award) for his turn as a bicycle champion in the PBS-aired mini-series, "Tracks of Glory."
Daddo has also appeared in "Between Love and Hate," a television movie, as well as George Lucas' "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles."
Stage credits include: Huckleberry Finn in the Tony Award-winning "Big River," for which Daddo picked up a Mo-Award (equivalent to an American Tony) as Best Male Performer of the Year; "I Hate Hamlet," "Love Letters," "The Wizard of Oz" and "The Hunting of the Shark."
A renaissance man, Daddo also released a solo album in 1992 titled "A Long Goodbye" (No. 2 on Australian charts) and won Best Country Vocalist at the Victorian Country Music Awards. Daddo also has performed with aussie bands Nearly Smooth Guys and Baby Jones.… Expand
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