Cameron Williams is the current sports anchor for National Nine News Sydney. Born in Emerald, Queensland, Cameron’s journalism career began in 1984 with a cadetship at the Courier Mail newspa-
per in Brisbane.
From there Cameron moved to The Australian newspaper where he wrote sports features and columns before joining the Seven Network in 1988.
Apart from his main role as Seven News presenter, Cameron also hosted the 11am timeslot program Sportsworld and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics where he called Matt Ryan’s equestrian double gold for Australia.
In 1996, Cameron 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 Motorcycle Grand Prix and Fox Sports news.
Cameron was the breakfast announcer at 2HD Newcastle before joining Channel Nine’s Today Show in January 2006.
Since joining the Nine Network, Cameron has covered Nine’s horse racing coverage, done guest reports on 60 minutes and fronted the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010, as well as Nine’s coverage of the 2012 London Olympics. Cameron also reported on one of Australia’s biggest national disasters being the 2010 Queensland flood crisis along side Today Show’s, Karl Stefanovic.
Having been with the Nine Network now for over ten years, Cameron recently took over Ken Sutcliffe as sport presenter for Nine News Sydney and still regularly fills in on the Today show. He also has been taking on more varied jobs such as MC work and Corporate presenting work.
In his downtime, Cameron loves to spend time with his wife Natasha and two kids Arkie and Remy and says life is busy but very enjoyable.