12 Facts About Cameron Russell


Cameron Russell was born on June 14,1987 and is an American fashion supermodel and activist.


Cameron Russell's father is an engineer and was the CEO of the now defunct GoLoco, a car-pooling and social networking company.


Cameron Russell displayed an interest in politics at an early age.


Cameron Russell briefly attended Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, her mother's alma mater, before transferring to Columbia University after her freshman year.


Cameron Russell's mother had a friend who worked at Ford Models agency, and Cameron Russell decided to sign with that agency in 2003.


Cameron Russell later moved on to DNA Model Management in 2006, switched to Women Management in 2008, and then moved to Elite Model Management in 2011.


Since beginning her modeling career part-time at the age of 16, Cameron Russell has worked with numerous successful photographers including Steven Meisel, Craig McDean, and Nick Knight among others, in such magazines as American, French, Italian, Spanish, German and Japanese Vogue, W, Self Service and Numero.


Cameron Russell has featured in advertising campaigns for companies including Ann Taylor, Benetton, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Armani, Oscar de la Renta, and Yves Saint Laurent.


Cameron Russell contributed to the 2020 collection All We Can Save focused on women taking action in the climate movement.


Cameron Russell is involved in politics, participating in the Democratic National Convention in 2020.


In November 2017, Cameron Russell revealed in an Instagram post that she was pregnant with her first child.


Cameron Russell gave birth to son Asa Baker Russell in March 2018.