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Cameron Dallas
Vine Information
Full Name Cameron Alexander Dallas
Followers 7.3M
Type of Vine Comedy / Vlog
Personal Information
Nationality American
Location Los Angeles

Cameron Dallas is an American actor and vine personality. He is best known for his collaborations with members of the MAGCON group.


Cameron Alexander Dallas was born September 8, 1994 in San Bernardino, California, USA to mother Gina Dallas. He has an older sister Sierra. Cameron began activity on social media on September 10th, 2012 and has since been able to amass huge followings on several social media platforms. On April 2014, AwesomenessTV CEO announced plans to create a film with Cameron and fellow vine personality Nash Grier.[1]

On November 2014, it was announced that Cameron would star in AwesomenessTV's new movie Expelled. The movie was released on December 16, 2014 to success but poor critical reception with the movie getting a 57% score on Rotten Tomatoes[2] and a 5/10 on IMDB. [3]

Dallas was nominated for a "Teen Choice Award for Choice Viner" and "Teen Choice Award for Choice Webstar : Male" in which he won the first.


Along with notorious MAGCON member Nash Grier, Cameron Dallas appeared in a controversial video in December 2013, 'What Guys Look for in a Girl', where he listed criteria for his dream girl. There was severe backlash, accusing Grier and Dallas of misogyny. The Daily Dot claimed that the video 'reinforced horrible beauty and behavioral standards in young women who already battle with low self-esteem'. The video was taken down five days later.

Cameron caused controversy after tweeting about how the voting for the Teen Choice Awards was rigged and he had known he won 6 days prior to the voting had ended.[4]

On March 18, Dallas was arrested and charged with felony vandalism for painting and vandalising his apartment for a video he was making. Dallas was under investigation for a paintball being thrown outside of his apartment that landed near a women outside. Dallas's bail was set at $20,000 and was released the next day.[5]