Cameron Daddo is an Australian actor best known for his starring role as photographer Brian Peterson in the 1994 Melrose Place spin-off, Models Inc.; and as Quentin Cross in the second season of the action series She Spies (2003-2004).
Daddo was the second host of the Australian game show Perfect Match, in the 1986-1987 season.
He also played the title role of Det David John 'Bony' Bonaparte in the 1992 Australian television series Bony. Although the police procedural was binned after a mere 13 episodes, and received generally negative reviews, it nonetheless established Daddo as an Australian heartthrob.
He achieved an international profile with an appearance as an Australian lighthorseman in an episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles entitled "Palestine, October 1917" (Season 2, Episode 21).
He has had guest roles in episodes of CSI: Miami and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Monk, The Outer Limits, Earth: Final Conflict, The West Wing and Andromeda, amongst others.
In 2006 he appeared in two episodes of the third season of the dramedy Boston Legal, playing the role of Sean Wilkes - the ex-husband of apparent murder victim Paula Wilkes.
His character was caught on security video entering Paula's apartment building and leaving four minutes later. On the witness stand, he admitted having placed rope around Paula's hands, making her death appear to be a murder, when it was really a suicide.
He appeared in the episodes 3x08 (Lincoln) and 3x09 (On The Ledge).
Daddo has acted in the following made-for-TV movies to date:
The Heroes (1988) (his screen acting debut)
Tracks of Glory (1992)
The Making of Nothing (1993)
Between Love and Hate (1993)
Witch Hunt (1999)
Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000)
Drive Time Murders (2001)
Zebra Lounge (2001)
The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie (2003)
Category 7: The End of the World (2005)
He has also appeared in the movies Anthrax (2001), Stealing Candy (2002), Confession (2005), Pterodactyl (2005), Six Months Later (2005), Big Momma's House 2 (2006), Chloe's Prayer (2006), Inland Empire (2006), Hacia la oscuridad (2007) and Drifter (2007).
On 30 March 2007, Daddo was announced as the host of the new Mark Burnett reality show, Pirate Master, which premiered in the USA on 31 May 2007. The show premiered in South Africa on SABC2 on 25 October, 2007.
Daddo has been married to Australian model Alison Brahe since 1992. The couple have three children: daughter Lotus (b. 2 May 1996), son River (b. 2000) and daughter Bodhi Faith (b. January 2006).