Daniel Cameron Biography

  • Daniel Cameron

    Quick Facts Of Daniel Cameron

    Celebrated NameDaniel Cameron
    Age34 Years
    Nick NameDaniel
    Birth NameDaniel Jay Cameron
    Birth Date1985-11-22
    GenderMale
    ProfessionAttorney General of Kentucky
    Birth NationUnited States
    Place Of BirthElizabethtown, Kentucky,
    NationalityAmerican
    EthnicityAfrican-American
    HoroscopeSagittarius
    Best Known ForAttorney General of Kentucky
    High SchoolJohn Hardin High School
    UniversityUniversity of Louisville and Brandeis School of Law
    Education Bachelor’s degree in Science
    Educational QualificationJ.D. degree
    Net Worth$13 million
    Height5ft. 8inch.(1.73 m)
    Hair ColorBlack
    Eye ColorBrown
    Sexual OrientationStraight
    ReligionChristian

  • Daniel Cameron is an American politician, attorney, and the Attorney General of Kentucky. Cameron became the first African American Attorney General of Kentucky and the first Republican to do so in over 70 years as announced on November 5, 2019. Cameron is also a former University of Louisville football player.

    What is Daniel Cameron Famous for?

    •  Famous as the first African-American Attorney General of Kentucky.

    Where is Daniel Cameron from?

    Daniel Cameron was born on November 22, 1985, in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, United States. His birth name is Daniel Jay Cameron. His nationality is American. Cameron belongs to African-American ethnicity while Sagittarius is his zodiac sign. 

    Daniel Cameron was born to a well-to-do Cameron family. His mother was a professor at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College while his father owned a local coffee shop in Kentucky. Daniel was raised in a proper caring environment and under guidance. Cameron attended John Hardin High School where he even had won a prize scholarship named in honor of Senator Mitch McConnell. 

    After graduating from high school, he joined the University of Louisville where he even had played as a team member of the Louisville Cardinals football team. During his presence in a team, the team won the 2007 Orange Bowl. In 2008, he graduated from the university with a Bachelor’s degree in Science. Later, he graduated from the university’s Brandeis School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree in 2011. 

    Daniel Cameron Career Highlights

    • Daniel Cameron started his professional career as a law clerk at the Honorable Gregory Van Tatenhove. He clerked for Federal District Court Judge in the Eastern District of Kentucky for two years.
    • Cameron worked for private practice at Stites & Harbison in Louisville, Kentucky.
    • Later, Cameron served as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s legal counsel.
    • Cameron joined Frost Brown Todd as a senior associate in 2017.
    • On January 21, 2019, Cameron announced his presence for running for the Attorney General of Kentucky against State Senator Wil Schroder.
    • Cameron was even endorsed by President Donald Trump after which he defeated Democrat Greg Stumbo in the November 2019 general election.
    • Cameron became the first African American Attorney General of Kentucky and the first Republican elected to the office since World War II.

    Is Daniel Cameron Married?

    The 34 years old politician, Daniel Cameron isn’t married yet. There is other information about his personal life.

    What is the Net Worth of Daniel Cameron?

    Daniel Cameron has been earning quite a few amounts of money in a million dollars through his professional career as a clerk and government server. Cameron has managed to amass a fortune which is estimated to be around $13 million. With his newly occupied position of Attorney General of Kentucky, he will be earning more in the future. 

    How Tall is Daniel Cameron?

    Daniel Cameron has a maintained body physique. Cameron stands tall with a height of 5ft. 8inch.(1.73 m). He has a dark complexion with black hair and brown eyes. 

  • Did You Know?

    • Cameron is a former University of Louisville football player.
    • Cameron is the first African American Attorney General of Kentucky.
    • His father owned a local coffee shop in Kentucky.

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