Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

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Tassie Cameron

Tassie Cameron’s net worth is $800,000.


Tassie Cameron

Who is Tassie Cameron?

Tassie Cameron is a screenwriter who has worked on a variety of television shows, MOWs, mini-series, and feature films. Tassie Cameron created, showrunner, and executive produced ABC’s limited 10-part series for Global in 2017.

Tassie Cameron – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Tassie Cameron was born in Canada, Toronto, to David Cameroon, a professor at the University of Toronto, and Stevie Cameron, who was also well-known in the journalism business. 

She is an investigative reporter. Stevie has garnered various medals and prizes for her work.

Amy, Tassie’s younger sister, is also a novelist. 

Tassie’s birth date is unknown to the general public; she is Caucasian and of Canadian nationality.

Tassie earned a master’s degree in filmmaking from New York University. 

Her primary schooling was at the all-girls Elmwood School in Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa. 

Tassie holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Trinity College University.

She also has a diploma from the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto.

Net Worth of Tassie Cameron? Salary, Earning

Tassie Cameron has an estimated net worth of $800,000 This covers all of her earnings as well as her real estate. 

Her writing and filmmaking provide her with a living. Tassie’s pay is currently being reviewed.

Facts of Tassie Cameron

Name Tassie Cameron
Birth Day October 31
Birth Place Canada
Nationality / Country Canadian
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Popular As Screenwriter
Occupation Screenwriter
Father Name David Cameron
Mother Name Stevie Cameron
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Brown
Body Measurements Unknown
Net Worth $800,000

Relationship, Married life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Tassie Cameron is a happily married woman with a baby child named Sadie. 

Her husband’s name, however, is kept private, and nothing about her personal life is published.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Tassie Cameron is the ideal height and weight for her age. 

She has fair skin, blonde hair, and lovely green eyes.

Her body form and dimensions are still being scrutinized.

Tassie Cameron – Professional Career

Cameron worked as a story editor and writer on the MUNCH/MTV Canada and The N/TeenNick teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation, as well as an executive story editor and writer on CTV’s prime-time drama The Eleventh Hour, for which she co-owns a Gemini for Best Writing.

Tassie adapted Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride for television in 2007. 

Cameroon also created, showrunner, and executive produced ABC’s limited 10-part series Ten Days in the Valley in 2017. 

She previously worked as a producer on the blockbuster shows Rookie Blue, The Next Generation, Cake, Would Be Kings, and Tom Stone.

Tassie Cameron is a screenwriter. Source: PlayBack

Tassie was also an executive producer on Global’s Nurses and Private Eyes, Jason Priestly’s blockbuster PI series. 

Tassie and her sister Amy also formed Cameron Picture.

Tassie Cameron: Honors and Nominations

Cameroon shares ownership of the Gemini Award for her Eleventh Hour with Semi Chillas.WIFT-T’s Creative Excellence Award in 2009, the WGC’s Showrunner Award in 2011, the CSA’s Margaret Collier Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2015, and the CFC’s Award 2019 Award for Creative Excellence.

Tassie Cameron – Social Media Status

Tassie has approximately 8K Twitter followers, 470 Instagram followers, and 1.6k Facebook friends.

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Quick Facts of Tassie Cameron

  • Tassie is a screenwriter
  • She is known as a writer for the TV series Pretty Hard Cases, which was broadcasted in the year 2020.
  • Tassie was born in Canada, Toronto to David Cameroon who was a professor at the University of Toronto.
  •  Her mother’s name is Stevie Cameron she was also well-known in the journalism industry.
  • In 2007 Tassie adapted Margaret Atwood’sThe Robber Bride into a television movie.
  • She was also the creator, showrunner, and executive producer of ABC’s 2017 limited 10-part series Ten Days in the Valley.
  • Tassie is a married woman and a happy mother of a baby girl name Sadie.