Jason Cameron Biography
Jason Cameron is an American television presenter and actor. He was born in April 19, 1969 in Toledo, Ohio, the eldest of three boys.
Jason Cameron graduated from Republic-Michigamme High School in Republic, Michigan in 1987, and holds a bachelor’s degree from the Northern Michigan University in criminal justice.He met his wife Maryanne while pursuing an acting career in New York in 1999. His amateur hobbies include mountain biking, hiking, volleyball, and softball.
Jason Cameron Age
Cameron was born on 19th April 1969. He is 48 years old.
Jason Cameron Wife
Cameron is married to Maryanne Cameron. He met his wife Maryanne while pursuing an acting career in New York in 1999.
Jason Cameron Children
Cameron has no children.
Jason Cameron Weight
He weighs 81 kg(180 cm).
Jason Cameron Net Worth
He has a net worth of $2 million dollars.
In 1999, Cameron moved to New York City to pursue an acting career. He landed a few minor roles to date including on Sex and the City, The Guiding Light and All My Children. At the same time, he became a print model appearing in Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Maxim and GQ.
Cameron has developed a passion for carpentry and construction at a young age, and worked as a construction worker after college to make ends meet. In 2003, he auditioned as an on-screen carpenter for the TLC renovation program, While You Were Out. He got the job and joined the cast in season two, staying on until the end of the show’s run in 2006.
After the show’s end, Cameron became a licensed contractor and was approached by DIY Network to host their landscape makeover show Desperate Landscapes in 2007. Since then, he has also been hosting Man Caves and Project Xtreme for the network.
Jason Cameron Bury Tomorrow
He is the singer of the band, it was formed in 2006 in Hampshire, England, with other line up includind rhythm guitarist and drummer Adam Jackson, lead vocalist Daniel Winter-Bates, bassist Davyd Winter-Bates (his brother) and lead guitarist Mehdi Vismara. The band was adamant to prove that metalcore was still relevant. Davyd Winter-Bates has said comment on their interest to the style by saying “since day one we have been really proud and vocal about calling ourselves metalcore”. In 2007 they self-released their debut EP The Sleep of the Innocents.Their debut album Portraits was released through Basick Records in Britain on October 2009.Two music videos were shot to support the release of the album but only one, “You and I”, was broadcast on music channels. “You and I”‘s music video was recorded at Southampton Solent University and featured Bury Tomorrow performing to 200 fans, the video was shot over the course of two days, with the second day focusing on the band performing. “You and I” was broadcast on MTV2 in the United States, Scuzz in the United Kingdom and on Much Music in Canada. Portraits was then released through Artery Recordings on March 2010 in Japan and the United States. Bury Tomorrow toured continuously over the course of 2010, touring across the United States, Europe and Japan. In their tours in 2010 the band supported Asking Alexandria, Of Mice and Men, Sleeping With Sirens, and Pierce the Veil.
In 2011 the band felt alot of pressure from their American record label, Artery Recordings. Initially trying to convince the band to move and base themselves in the United States, it’s members felt the label was trying to manipulate them and change them into something they were not by suggesting they should incorporate more electronic elements into their style. While they rejected moving as they had little experience in the country, communication broke down between them and Artery Recordings and through a series of emails the band lost their North American and Japanese record label as well as their American agency.The only person that remained in their team was their British agent, and she was quoted as saying: “Nobody wants to touch you. No bands even want to take us on tour.” The band was so low on money that they couldn’t even afford to go to the studio to record the album they had written in 2011. Their agent managed to get them performances at Slam Dunk Festival and Ghostfest in Leeds. At this point Bury Tomorrow’s members had such a lack of confidence in the band’s future that they believed these would be their final shows.
On January 6, 2014, the band announced the release of a third studio album, titled Runes, on May 26 through Nuclear Blast, as well as the release of an exclusive track from the album, titled “Watcher”, which premiered on the Radio 1 Rock Show at midnight on the 6th of January. They also announced a headline European tour with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Demoraliser and Napoleon, taking place in May. The music video for the first single from Runes titled “Man on Fire” was released on 25 February, followed on 13 May by “Of Glory”. The album itself was made available for exclusive streaming by Rock Sound on 21 May 2014 a few days before its release on May 26. By 1 June 2014 it had reached number 1 on the official UK Rock chart and number 34 in the official UK Album chart. Later in June the band announced another European headline tour, set for October, with support from Hands Like Houses, In Hearts Wake and Slaves. In February 2015, they toured the UK with Don Broco, We Are the In Crowd and Beartooth as part of that year’s Kerrang! Tour.
Jason Cameron Desperate Landscapes
It’s a television program him being the Licensed contractor in the Episodes 6 season 13;
1. Mike Jerrick
2. Jessica Holmes
3. Draya Michele
4. Marlon Wayans
5. Bella Hadid
6. Garth Fisher
7. Scoey Mitchell
8. Maria Lopez
9. Georgia Hardstark
- Creating a Mid-Century Landscape in the Suburbs
He is called to help the owners of a cool Mid-Century home with a horrendous landscape. Owners Lisa and Andrew Cape are busy keeping up with three small boys and their full-time jobs. Jason designs a landscape that is low maintenance and Mid-Century with a funky, patterned patio, a grill station with a wood mosaic wall, prairie style plants, vintage furniture and a play space for the Cape boy
- Wooded Wonderland
He has helps Jessica and Reece Gable. Their house is hidden by an overgrown mini forest. He uses some unconventional tools to clear the landscape when he brings in goats to eat the weeds. He tackles some of the trees with chainsaws, and then turns his eye toward creating a huge wooden deck, tree trunk stepping stones, and a cool zipline for the Gable children. The huge project takes this Desperate Landscape from worst on the block to first.
- A Victorian Landscape Dream
Samantha and Doug Louder bought a charming old home with a challenging landscape. With ivy, stumps, peeling paint and a crumbling walkway, the front yard had no charm.He designs a Victorian landscape that fits in nicely with the home and this neighborhood filled with impeccably tended yards. Jason’s plan calls for taming the ivy, creating a Victorian-inspired trellis, building a beautiful fountain, and creating a bed swing for the front porch. At the end of eight hours, the house and yard are both oozing charm and awaiting reviews from the neighbors.
- Tear Down That Wall
Brandon and Jenny Donovan’s home is hidden behind a creek and a huge wall that stretches the length of their house. The neighbors say the property looks abandoned and want the contractor to fix it. he tears down the ugly block wall and builds a custom rough cut cedar bridge over the creek. The project features unusual Mid Century Modern paint color, a paver walkway, and a low maintenance entertainment area to turn this diamond-in-the-rough into a real beauty
- Creating a Tropical Paradise in St. Pete
Chris McDonough fled Philadelphia’s cold winters for a sunnier life near the beach, but her yard is anything but sunny. She lives in a historic area filled with cute bungalows, but her house is boring and barren. The contractor has a plan to turn Chris’s yard into a tropical paradise, and to do it, he’ll add a retractable awning, a new bar and patio, and green screen with custom shelves. With all the fun new elements, Chris will definitely fit into this funky neighborhood.
- Adding Art to an Ugly Yard
Ya La’ford is a popular St. Petersburg, Florida artist with an ugly front yard. She and her husband Vic are in need of some serious help. Jason brings in bold paint colors for the house and puts new steps on the front porch and covers them with glass tiles. The yard gets a synthetic turf yoga zone, seashell paver walkway and a new patio. At the end of the day, neighbors are impressed to see the transformation.