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$8 Million
Jan 15, 1996 (28 years old)
United States of America
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Dove Cameron is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $8 million. Dove Cameron rose to fame playing the titular identical twins on the Disney Channel series "Liv and Maddie." She went on to star in the Disney Channel film franchise "Descendants" and the Apple TV+ series "Schmigadoon!," among many other things. As a singer, Cameron has had commercial success with such singles as "If Only" and "Boyfriend."

Early Life and Education

Dove Cameron was born as Chloe Celeste Hosterman on January 15, 1996 in Bainbridge Island, Washington to Bonnie and Philip. She has an older sister named Claire. As a child, Cameron went to Sakai Intermediate School and acted in community theater at Bainbridge Performing Arts. She appeared in productions of the musicals "Les Misérables" and "The Secret Garden." Cameron eventually moved with her family to the Los Angeles area, where she attended Burbank High School.

Television Career

Cameron made her television debut in 2012, appearing in episodes of "Shameless" and "The Mentalist." Her breakthrough came the following year when she began playing identical twin sisters Liv and Maddie Rooney on the Disney Channel series "Liv and Maddie." The show ran for four seasons through early 2017. During her time on the show, Cameron starred in the Disney Channel movies "Cloud 9" and "Descendants." In the latter, a musical fantasy, she played Mal, the daughter of Disney villain Maleficent. "Descendants" was a major hit, spawning a whole franchise. Cameron reprised her role in the sequels "Descendants 2" and "Descendants 3," as well as in the animated series "Descendants: Wicked World" and the animated special "Descendants: The Royal Wedding."

In 2016, Cameron starred as Amber Von Tussle in NBC's live production of the musical "Hairspray." The next year, she played the recurring role of Jess on the Disney Channel series "The Lodge." Cameron had a major year in 2018: in addition to playing the recurring character Ruby Hale in the fifth season of the Marvel series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," she voiced Ghost-Spider in a series of shorts on Disney XD and appeared in an episode of the sitcom "Angie Tribeca." In 2021, Cameron starred as waitress Betsy McDonough on the Apple TV+ musical comedy series "Schmigadoon!" Her other credits include the Paramount+ animated series "Big Nate," which premiered in 2022.

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Film Career

Cameron's first theatrical motion picture was the 2015 action comedy "Barely Lethal," in which she starred alongside Hailee Steinfeld, Sophie Turner, and Jessica Alba, among others. The same year, she starred in the direct-to-video release "R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls." In 2018, Cameron played Bekah in the Netflix coming-of-age film "Dumplin'," starring Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston. She subsequently voiced the character Ella in the animated sequel film "The Angry Birds Movie 2." Cameron's other credits have included the stoner comedy "Good Mourning" and the dramedy "Vengeance," both from 2022.

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Music Career

As a singer, Cameron had her first major commercial hit with her 2013 single "Better in Stereo," released via Walt Disney Records. She followed that with another hit single, "Count Me In," in 2014. Cameron went on to have even greater success with the soundtrack albums to her show "Liv and Maddie" and her television film "Descendants." The soundtrack for the latter topped the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles "If Only" and "Rotten to the Core." During this time, Cameron partnered with actor and singer Ryan McCartan to form the band the Girl and the Dreamcatcher. The band subsequently released such singles as "Written in the Stars," "Glowing in the Dark," and "Make You Stay" before releasing the EP "Negatives." In late 2016, the Girl and the Dreamcatcher disbanded due to the breakup of Cameron and McCartan.

Cameron had another hit with the soundtrack album to "Descendants 2" in 2017. She soon signed with Columbia's Disruptor Records label, and later released her debut solo EP, "Bloodshot / Waste." Following that, Cameron released the singles "So Good," "Out of Touch," "Remember Me," and "We Belong." In 2021, she released the single "LazyBaby." The following year, Cameron had a viral hit with her single "Boyfriend," which was used in over 500,000 TikTok videos. The song was announced as the lead single from her upcoming debut studio album, "Celestial Body."

Stage Career

In 2017, Cameron played Sophie Sheridan in the Hollywood Bowl's production of the musical "Mamma Mia!" Next, from 2018 to 2019, she played Cher Horowitz in the off-Broadway show "Clueless: The Musical." Also in 2019, Cameron starred alongside Renée Fleming in both the London and Los Angeles productions of the musical "The Light in the Piazza."

Personal Life

Cameron identifies as queer. From 2013 to 2016, she was in a relationship with fellow actor and singer Ryan McCartan, her costar on "Liv and Maddie." The pair got engaged but broke it off after six months. Subsequently, Cameron dated her "Descendants 2" costar Thomas Doherty from 2017 to 2020.

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