Jeremy Cameron Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Children, Career, Net Worth

Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Children, Career, Net Worth: British professional footballer, Jeremy Cameron was born on April 1st, 1993 in Dartmoor in the United Kingdom.

In 2010, after traveling more than 250 kilometers from his home to Ballarat, Cameron started playing for the North Ballarat Rebels in the TAC Cup Competition.

He has previously played from 2012 until 2020 for the Greater Western Sydney Giants.

With 67 goals in the 2019 home-and-away season, Cameron won the Coleman Medal for having kicked the most goals (427) for Greater Western Sydney. He also led the club in goalkicking in each of his nine seasons there.

Jeremy Cameron Nationality

Cameron was born in Dartmoor, a small town between Portland and Mount Gambier with a population of 150 people. He is British.

Jeremy Cameron Age

Cameron was born on April 1st, 1993, hence he is currently 30 years of age.

Jeremy Cameron Height and Weight

Cameron stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches and weighs 94kg.

Jeremy Cameron Education

We have no details about Cameron's educational background.

Jeremy Cameron Career

Before to their first season in the Australian Football League (AFL), the Greater Western Sydney Giants chose Jeremy Cameron as a 17-year-old underage recruit in November 2010.

Cameron made his AFL debut on March 24, 2012, against Sydney in the GWS Giants' inaugural game of the AFL Premiership Season.

With a youthful GWS team during the 2013 AFL Season, Cameron continued to demonstrate his promise. After just two seasons, his talent was already being compared to that of AFL legends Matthew Lloyd and Jonathan Brown.

He was nominated for a Goal of the Year award for one of his four outstanding goals against Geelong in Round 11. Throughout the opening three quarters of the Round 18 matchup against Collingwood, Cameron scored seven goals.

At his age, Cameron continued to demonstrate why he is one of the most promising center half forwards in the 2014 AFL season.

He kept getting better, scoring three goals in the game, including his 100th AFL goal against the Western Bulldogs in round four.

However, Cameron's ailments stopped him from repeating his dominant season from the previous year. He was only able to play in 14 games due to chronic ankle ailments and a perforated eardrum.

Cameron played in every game of the AFL home-and-away season in 2015 to regain his prior career-best form.

He scored four goals to start the season off for GWS against St. Kilda in week 1, and then added four more in a triumph over the Gold Coast Suns in game four.

Following a high hit on Brisbane player Rhys Mathieson during the 2016 NAB Challenge, Cameron was given his first-ever suspension and was forced to sit out the first four games of the 2016 AFL season.

With 12 goals in the first three rounds and 35 goals after round 14, Cameron's 2018 AFL season got off to nearly the same start as his last one. However, this time his season was derailed without being injured.

With a career-high 67 goals, 372 disposals, 150 marks, and 269 kicks, Cameron had an outstanding 2019 AFL season. He also set new career highs for goals per game (3.3), kicks per game (11.7), marks per game (6.5), and disposals per game (16.2).

Cameron made the decision to activate his free agency status after the 2020 AFL season and accept an offer from Geelong, which was matched by the Giants.

Many consider Cameron's 2022 season to be one of his greatest ever after an injury-interrupted 2021 AFL season, which was his first with Geelong.

Since there were no injuries to worry about, Cameron was able to use his mobility to play up the field as a high half-forward flank type.

He was a rare and dangerous player due to his ability to move freely through the middle of the field as a tall forward. David King, the 2022 AFL champion, claimed that he was “obviously” the best player in the league.

He won his first Carji Greeves Medal, his second best and fairest award overall, finished third in the Coleman Medal, gained his third All-Australian selection, and was named to the 2022 All-Australian squad.

In addition to winning his first ever premiership, he received a career-high 19 votes for the Brownlow Medal in 2022, finishing eighth.

Jeremy Cameron Wife

Cameron is not married yet but in a relationship with Indiana Putra.

Jeremy Cameron Children

Cameron has a daughter named Macey.

Jeremy Cameron Net Worth

Cameron has a net worth estimated to be about $7 million.

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