Perhaps best known for his role as Ryan Lavery on "All My Children," Emmy® nominated actor Cameron Mathison has graced the screen in both film and television projects.
Mathison first appeared as Ryan Lavery on "All My Children" in 1998 and earned great acclaim through this role from the critics and fans alike, taking home a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Male Newcomer in 1999, the honor of one of America's 100 Most Eligible Bachelors from "People" magazine in 2000, the Special Fan Award for Irresistible Combination in 2002, and Daytime Emmy® Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in 2002 and 2005.
No stranger to television movies, Mathison played a lead role in ABC Family's "See Jane Date," Lifetime's "The Wife He Met Online" and "Any Mother's Son," and GMC's "Carpenter's Miracle."
On the big sceen, Mathison made his feature film debut in "54" opposite Salma Hayek and Ryan Phillippe. He followed that role up with the independent movie "Washed Up." Most recently, he starred in the feature film "The Surrogate," which was released earlier this year.
Mathison has made several pivotal guest starring roles on top television shows, including TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland," Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva," ABC's "Desperate Housewives," "Castle," and "The Job," and CBS' "CSI" and "JAG."
A man of many talents, Mathison appeared on the fifth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," where he advanced all the way to Week 9. Mathison serves as a special correspondent for "Extra" and "Good Morning America" and had the honor of co-hosting the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards in 2008.