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Cameron Alexander Dallas (born September 8, 1994) is an American internet personality best known for his prominence on the video applications Vine and YouTube. Dallas starred in two films in 2014 and 2015; Expelled and The Outfield. In 2016 Cameron starred on his Netflix reality show Chasing Cameron which followed him on his singing tour of Europe. In 2020 he took over the role of Aaron Samuels in the Mean Girls musical on Broadway in January and then on the 8th of September he released Dear Scarlett, his first album.


Dallas began his career in September 2012 posting Vines of himself playing jokes and pranks on his friends and family. In 2014, Dallas had 8.1 million followers on Vine, making him the 11th most followed account, and 11.3 million followers on Twitter. As of 2017, Dallas had over 20 million followers on Instagram, which at the time placed him as the second most popular Instagram account and made him approximately $17,000 per a sponsored post.

In April 2014, AwesomenessTV CEO Brian Robbins announced he was making a film starring Dallas. The film, titled Expelled, was the story of a prankster expelled from school, and was released later that year, on December 12, 2014. In May 2015, Dallas starred in two episodes of the NBC thriller television series American Odyssey. That same year, Dallas appeared in The Outfield opposite Nash Grier, and Caroline Sunshine. The film was released on November 10, 2015, through video on demand. In November 2015, it was revealed Dallas had been cast in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. However, his scenes were cut.

On April 20, 2015, Dallas released his debut single "She Bad". He also was later featured in Daniel Skye's track "All I Want Is You". In June 2016, Dallas announced that he would be starring in an upcoming Netflix reality series Chasing Cameron. It premiered on December 27, 2016. By July 2017, he had reached 20 million followers on Instagram and 11 million on Twitter.

Dallas won Teen Choice Awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and a People’s Choice Award in 2017.

In 2020, Dallas made his Broadway debut as Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, while the originator of the role, Kyle Selig, took a leave of absence. That year, Dallas also released his first album, Dear Scarlett, on September 8.


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