Cameron Cuffe Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Facts


Cameron Cuffe British Actor
Cameron Cuffe British Actor

Cameron Cuffe Bio Data
Name Cameron Cuffe
Nickname/Alternative Name Cameron
Age (as of 2019) 26 years old
Date of Birth 1 April, 1993
Birthplace London, England, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Zodiac Sign Aries
Hometown London, England, United Kingdom
Current Residence Los Angeles/New York City/London
Cameron Cuffe Academic Profile
Qualification Graduated with Bachelor degree in Acting
School Not Known
College/University Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art
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Cameron Cuffe Career and Net Worth
Profession Actor
Known For Home Made, Steep [Video Game], Need for Speed: Payback [Video Game], Time After Time
Debut TV Series/Movie

  • The Halcyon [2017] as William Shannon
  • Florence Foster Jenkins [2016] as Gino
Salary US$ 12K-14K Per Episode
Net Worth US$ 500-600 Thousand approx.
Family & Relatives
Marital Status Single
Wife/Girlfriend Melissa Dive
Father Dana Cuffe
Mother Caroline Cuffe
Children No
Brother(s) Jamie Cuffe and Alex Cuffe
Sister Not Available
Ex Girlfriends

  • Melissa Dive (2016)
Physical Statistics & Build
Weight in Pounds 176 lbs
Weight in KG 80 kg
Height in Feet 6 feet 1 inch
Height in Meter 1.85 meter
Body Type Mesomorph
Waist 32 in
Chest 42 in
Shoe Size 10 [UK]
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Brown
Tattoos

No

Cameron Cuffe Social Media
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Twitter Twitter
Instagram Instagram

Fan Following

Cameron Cuffe is pretty active on Instagram

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Another birthday in the books… and other than to say thank you all for all the shout outs, I wanted to use this as an opportunity. This is me. In real life I’m shy, I’m a little clumsy, my hair is usually a mess and I get nervous having my picture taken. I like movies and comics and Liverpool Football Club. Like many, I sometimes struggle with my mental health but I’m never alone in that and I’m lucky to be surrounded by people and passions that I love. I’m sharing this because a lot of us (myself included) tend to spend way too much time worrying about who we appear to be as opposed to who we actually are. The person you actually are is infinitely more worth your time. Be kind to yourself always and thank you for coming with me on the journey. 💙

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#tbt to being sucked into the Phantom Zone… good times… good times

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Cameron Cuffe Drops By To Talk About Syfy’s “Krypton”



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