Cameron Richardson Biography
Cameron Richardson was 21 years old when she was first seen on the television screen. She played the role of Celeste Arno in the first-season run of the USA series Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family. She was shown here as the 16-year-old daughter of a family which is enlisted as undercover FBI agents. 25 episodes were completed in 2001 for the first season of the series but she was not picked up for renewal. Year 2001 also marked Cameron Richardsons photo recognition when Maxim magazine placed her as #92 in its "Hot 100 2001" issue.
Cameron Richardsons debut on television was followed by another TV series and film works. In 2003, she appeared in two National Lampoon's films: After School Special and Dorm Daze. Unfortunately, none of theses films gained critical or box-office attention. During fall of the same year, Cameron guested regularly as Darlene on the FOX series Skin. She appeared on five out its eight shows before the series was cancelled.
Cameron Richardsons big break came when she played the starring role in the dramatic, flashback-driven film The Good Humor Man. Here, Cameron had the chance to work with Kelsey Grammer who played a character role and with one of the films executive producers.
She also took the role of Piper Cole in Supercross, a high-powered film about a motocross championship in Las Vegas. The film did not become a box-office success but it influenced her climb to the list of the "Hot 100 of 2005 where she was at #52.
In 2006, Cameron Richardson appeared in two films Godspeed and Adrift. Godspeed carries a higher profile as it stars Indiana Jones Legend Harrison Ford. In Adrift, Cameron teamed up with an ensemble cast of new faces. The film however was followed by a weekend of tragedy for a group of reunited high school friends as they take a yacht cruise.