Dove Cameron is an actress and singer from the United States. Dove Cameron is best known for appearing in the Disney Channel sitcom “Liv and Maddie” as Liv/Maddie Rooney. She’s also seen in Descendants and Cloud 9.
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Dove Cameron’s Early Life
Dove Cameron was born on January 15, 1996, in Seattle, Washington, United States.
She is 25 years old and belongs to the Capricorn zodiac sign. She is an American citizen. Chloe Celeste Hosterman is her true name, and she is of French, Russian, and Hungarian origin. Philip Alan Hosterman is her father’s name, and Bonnie Wallace is her mother’s. Claire Hosterman, Dove’s sister, is Dove’s other sibling. After she was born, her parents divorced. Similarly, her father died in the year 2011. And, in honor of his memory, she changed her name to Dove, after her father’s nickname. “The Hollywood Parents Guide” was written by Dove Cameron’s mother. She also talks to parents of young performers, consults with them, and gives workshops to them. Her sister is also well-known on Instagram, with thousands of followers.
Dove Cameron’s Education
Dove attended Sakai Intermediate School for her educational background and qualifications. She also began playing in community theater at Bainbridge Performing Arts when she was eight years old. Cameron’s family relocated to Los Angeles, California, when she was fourteen, and she performed in Burbank High School’s National Championship Show Choir. Dove Cameron also said that she was tormented throughout her whole school career, from fifth grade to graduation. Despite the pressures of school and fitting in, she remained committed to her ambitions of being a successful entertainer.
Dove Cameron’s Career
In the year 2007, Dove Cameron played the part of Young Cosette in the Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) stage production of Les Misérables. In 2008, she returned to BPA for the main role of Mary in “The Secret Garden.” Dove Cameron appeared in the Disney Channel comedy series “Bits & Pieces” in 2012. ‘Alanna’ was the character she portrayed. “Bits and Pieces” was retooled into “Liv and Maddie” soon after shooting the pilot. Dove Cameron played the twin major roles of Liv and Maddie Rooney in this film. In addition, the pilot episode attracted 5.8 million people, the highest number of total viewers in 2.5 years since the series “Shake It Up!” premiered. Furthermore, the Disney Channel has renewed “Liv and Maddie” for a second season, which will consist of 13 episodes. Dove Cameron released a promotional song in 2013 that was a cover of Imagine Dragons’ “On Top of the World.” Her version reached number 17 on the Billboard Kid Digital Songs list and stayed there for three weeks. Then, on October 15, 2013, Walt Disney Records released “Better In Stereo” as a single. This song debuted at No. 21 on the Billboard Kid Digital Songs chart before reaching No. 1 and earning her first No. 1 single. Then, in 2014, she released her following song, “Count Me In.” Similarly, Dove Cameron portrayed Liz Larson in A24 Films’ 2015 theatrical movie Barely Lethal, which was her first non-Disney film.
Dove Cameron was also featured in “Descendants,” a television movie. The film was seen by 6.6 million people and gave her her first two Billboard Hot 100 hits, including “Rotten to the Core” at number 38. At number 94, there was a solo song called “If Only.
” Other songs from the film, including “Set It Off” and “Evil Like Me,” scored number 6 and 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 list, respectively. Similarly, the soundtrack for the film reached number one on the Billboard 200 list, making it the first Disney Channel Original Movie soundtrack to do so since High School Musical 2. As part of the Descendants series, she even recorded a rendition of Christina Aguilera’s “Genie in a Bottle.” In addition, Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan founded the band “The Girl and the Dreamcatcher.” Their debut song, “Written in the Stars,” was released the same year their band was established.
The next year, they released “Glowing in the Dark,” “Someone You Like,” and “Make You Stay,” among other singles. “Negatives,” the band’s first EP, was released in 2016. However, the musical partnership ended in October 2016, when Cameron and McCartan split up. In addition, “Liv and Maddie” was renewed for a fourth season on December 22, 2015. This made the program the eighth live-action Disney Channel series to accomplish this feat. In 2016, Dove Cameron began shooting the season, which was called Liv and Maddie: Cali Style. However, it was eventually revealed that this would be the series’ last season.
Dove Cameron portrayed Amber Von Tussle in the NBC live television production of “Hairspray Live!” Her performance was highly lauded, and the reviews and reactions were generally good. Similarly, in 2017, she resumed her role as Mal in Descendants 2, the sequel to Descendants. Dove Cameron later reprised her role as Sophie in the live version of “Mamma Mia!” at the Hollywood Bowl. Dove Cameron was also cast with Jennifer Aniston in the Netflix film “Dumplin” in August 2017. Then, in November 2017, she agreed to participate in a recurring role on Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” for the fifth season. Later, she voiced Gwen Stacy / Ghost-Spider in an animated Marvel production called Marvel Rising. Dove Cameron stated that she has signed with Columbia’s Disruptor Records label and will begin releasing music after the March 2018 release of “Descendants 3.”
Dove Cameron also published two covers in September 2019 on her YouTube page, dubbed “Slow Burn” and “Hymn for the Weekend.” In September 2018, it was reported that she would portray Cher Horowitz in the stage adaption of the 1995 film “Clueless.” In the year 2019, she co-starred in “The Light in the Piazza in London” with Renée Fleming. Dove Cameron also published her first extended play, Bloodshot / Waste, in September of this year.
Then, in November of the same year, she released “So Good,” her follow-up single. She also teamed with Privé Revaux on a line of sunglasses later that month. Dove Cameron, meantime, continued to concentrate on music with the tracks “Out of Touch,” “Remember Me,” “We Belong,” and “LazyBaby.” Dove Cameron has also joined the main cast of the Apple TV+ musical series “Schmigadoon!” In 2021, she will reprise her role as Mal in “Descendants: The Royal Wedding,” an animated special. Cameron has also been cast as Bubbles on the CW’s forthcoming sitcom “The Powerpuff Girls.”
Dove Cameron’s Relationship
Dove Cameron identifies as a feminist and is bisexual. Ryan McCartan was her boyfriend at the time. Ryan is her “Liv and Maddie” co-star. In August of 2013, they started dating. On April 14, 2016, the pair confirmed their engagement through Instagram. However, in October of that year, they called off the wedding. Then, in late 2016, Dove Cameron began dating Thomas Doherty, a Scottish actor. The pair then split up in October 2020.
Dove Cameron’s Body Measurements
Dove Cameron is 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 52 kg. Dove’s other physical dimensions are 34-24-33 inches for her chest, waist, and hips, and 34-24-33 inches for her waist. Cameron is also a brunette with green eyes. She has a thin figure and is both lovely and stunning. Her hair has also been colored a variety of hues, including blonde, pink, and others.
Net Worth and Social Media
Dove Cameron keeps up with all of her social media profiles. She has 41.3 million Instagram followers and 1.8 million Twitter followers. She also uses other social media channels, such as Facebook, where she has 4.7 million followers.
Dove, on the other hand, has a YouTube channel with 1.32 million followers as of today. Dove Cameron has a net worth of $4 million, and her acting and singing careers are her primary sources of income.