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Cameron Daddo : Josh Sherman

Born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Cameron Daddo started his acting career as the host of the Australian television show “Perfect Match,”  for which he was nominated for a Logie Award, the equivalent of an Emmy®.  In 1991, he won a Logie for his performance in “Golden Fiddles,” a TV mini-series.  A year later, he starred in the Australian mini-series “Tracks of Glory.”
Daddo hosted CBS’s 2007 reality series “Pirate Master.”  He has also starred in E! Entertainment’s series “Models Inc.,” Hallmark Entertainment’s “F/X: The Series,” Pax TV’s “Hope Island” and UPN’s “She Spies.”  Daddo’s other television credits include appearances in “Boston Legal” on ABC, Sci-Fi Channel’s “Andromeda,” NBC’s “The West Wing” and USA’s “Monk.”
Daddo has starred in a number of made-for-TV movies, including ABC’s “Between Love and Hate” (1993), USA’s “Witch Hunt” (1999) with Jacqueline Bissett, Pax TV’s “Drive Time Murders” (2001) and “Her Only Child” (2008), produced by Lance Entertainment.  He also starred in the Australian made-for-TV movies “The Heroes” (1988) and “Bony” (1990) and the Canadian “Zebra Lounge” (2001), in which he starred alongside Stephen Baldwin and Kristy Swanson.
Daddo hasn’t limited himself to the small screen.  He appeared in the 2006 comedy “Big Momma’s House 2.”  He starred in and co-produced the 2007 fantasy thriller “Drifter.”  Daddo has also starred in the films “Anthrax” (2001), “Confession” (2005), “Pterodactyl” (2005) for the Sci-Fi Channel and “Chloe’s Prayer,” for which he was also the executive producer.
He has also followed his musical endeavors, releasing a solo album in 1992 entitled “A Long Goodbye,” which reached No. 2 on the Australian Country Music Charts.
Daddo lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.