Cameron Michael Feldhaus was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is best known for his entrepreneurship spirit and professionalism in the entertainment industry. Cameron began modeling at the age of 19 by first signing with Jake Lang, agent and owner of Wings Model Management in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cameron was recognized for a test shoot by DXFX Photography which ultimately starting rolling the ball for his career. Under Lang's management, he has been invited to cast for a Bob Evans commercial and the Smucker's Brand. He also casted in the GCNKAA fashion show in Greater Cincinnati and recently been invited to cast for the Saks Fifth Ave's 2014 fashion show. Cameron also attends Miami University in Oxford, OH majoring in entrepreneurship and while attending college he has been invited to walk in the Miami University's annual fashion show. While keeping a balance between school and modeling, Cameron ambitiously works to full potential to be the best he can be with anything he gets his hands on. In addition, he is currently signed with Boom Models & Talent in San Francisco, Casting Networks in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles & Staffing 911 as a high-end catering model in New York, Hamptons, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and Palm Beach.
Cameron continues to live in Cincinnati but travels to Los Angeles and New York City frequently throughout the year to actively pursue roles in film, television and for photo shoots. He has had a very successful six months in the industry being featured by celebrity photographer Bradford Rogne and other various photographers such as Elisabeth Thalinger. He has also been invited to cast in Made in Chelsea on Esquire Network, Living Different on Oxygen Network and commercials such as JC Penny and Kohl's Fall. His most recent work has been in New York City and featured in the Columbia University SAG film, I'm Sticking With You. He also had been invited to cast in various student films in Cincinnati, Chicago and Los Angeles and considers his experiences thus far the foundation of his future.
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