Cameron Williams

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Cameron Williams is the charmingly cheeky sports presenter on Channel Nine's TODAY Show and host of Today on Sunday. He is also an exceptional MC with a warm smile, quick mind and a friendly yet professional style.
 
Cameron William's sparkling career in journalism has taken him across much of Australia. Queensland born in the town of Emerald, he commenced his profession with a cadetship at the Courier Mail Newspaper in Brisbane.
 
From there Cameron moved to The Australian in Melbourne where he wrote sports features and columns before joining the Seven Network.
 
Apart from his main role as Seven News presenter, Cameron also, at various times, hosted Sportsworld, 11am, and the Barcelona Olympics, where he called Matt Ryan's equestrian double gold for Australia. Cameron Williams signed as the face of Fox Sports for five years, anchoring NRL On Fox, Dally M Awards, Super 12 Rugby, Wimbledon, Winter Olympics, the Australian Motorcyle Grand Prix and Fox Sports News.
 
Cameron was breakfast announcer at 2HD in Newcastle until he joined Channel Nine's TODAY show.
 
Since joining the TODAY cast, Cameron has expanded his role at the Nine network to include hosting TODAY on Sunday, Nine's Racing Coverage and regular guest reporting spots on 60 Minutes.
 
A keen swimmer and race-goer, Cameron also has a passion for photography.
 
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