Cameron Stone

Lecturer, MC, Actor, Musician, Author & Taekwondo Exponent


Born in Warwick Queensland, raised and schooled in Toowoomba Queensland, at age 5 Cameron picked up the guitar and with help of his sister Trudy learnt the deep rhythms of blue grass and boogie woogie blues. 

During Cameron's school and adolescent years he had a very successful career in Athletics, Hockey, plus a variety of other sports. Cameron Stone went onto representative honours in Hockey and Athletics, representing the Darling Downs, Toowoomba, Past High and then Rangeville Hockey Clubs in the late 1980's plus continuing his love for the sport playing Hockey in Sydney throughout the 1990's. 

In 1986, being hand timed at 10.68seconds in the 100 metres sprint by his coach Paul Faithful, Cameron was rated as one of the fastest sprinters in Queensland and also one of the fastest Hockey players in Australia. In Athletics Cameron won a Queensland State Title and Gold Medal in the U18, 4 x 100 metre Queensland State Relay Sprint Titles in 1984, and also the Under 20, State Athletics 110 metre hurdles in 1986. Cameron was the overall Toowoomba Athletics Champion from 1985 to 1986 with the Toowoomba Garden City Athletics Club.

Cameron also competed in Natural Physique Body Building in Sydney from 1992-93 with placings in his categories. Cameron recently won a Bronze Medal in Touch Football at the World Masters Games 2009 in Sydney playing alongside NRL Great and TV personality Mark Geyer. 

After graduating from Toowoomba High School in 1983 Cameron went onto University and studied to be a biological lab technician, after some years of discontentment, Cameron decided the laboratory wasn't for him. During this time Cameron became involved in the fashion industry on a part time basis and also broke into the modelling industry, dominating the local modelling scene with best friend Scott Templeman. In 1987 Cameron went on to win the"Toowoomba Model of the Year". Cameron then deferred from University and decided to travel around Europe. During Cameron's time in Europe he hatched the plan to start a dance troupe in Toowoomba called " House Inc." . When Cameron returned home from Europe this is what he did, and founded " House Inc.". " House Inc." went onto become an institution at Rumours Nightclub Toowoomba for the next 11 years. 

In 1989 Cameron Stone left Toowoomba and " House Inc." behind for the world stage of Sydney, Australia. Cameron became a boutique Manager in the Designer Fashion Industry, hired by such fashion houses as "Najee", "Guess", " Xile" and "Pierucci" . Cameron specialised as a Fashion Stylist in ladies and men's Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani plus a variety of other designer labels whilst also extending his interests to pinning and reshaping suits and gowns for tailoring. During this time Cameron also worked as part time Model. 

During the 1990's and early 2000's Cameron, whilst modelling also worked as a freelance Dancer throughout Sydney nightclubs with his partner Simone creating a formidable duo, also managing a team of talented dancers. Cameron made appearances on such video clips as:" Lets Get It On" by Peter Andre, " What Would I Do" by jazz musician Albare, " I Can't Help But Think Of You" and " There's Something New About You" by cult Australian R& B group Enrage. From 1994-1996 Cameron founded and headed the Dance music groups " New Age Groove" and " DAT4" . In 1997 Cameron signed a recording deal with Central Station Music and co-wrote and produced the song:

"Summer is the Time for Fun" (with Alex Awad of " Enrage" )which was featured on Channel 10's "Video Hits" and ABC's "Rage" in 1998, see Youtube link below. During this time Cameron also worked as a Presenter on Channel 10's Video Hits. Cameron won the leading role as a featured Dancer on the " Festival Supermarkets" TV Ad in 1994.

2019 and Beyond:Cameron is a Qualified Tertiary Educator and Lecturer in the Hospitality Industry. Cameron also continues to write and produce Music plus Short Films. Grading in his Black Belt in Taekwondo, Cameron sees Fitness as a priority as well as raising his close knit Family.