Yarr! Cameron Daddo Prepared to Pirate Master Hosting

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Australian actor Cameron Daddo is ready to host Pirate Master, the new reality-based series created by Emmy Award-winning producer Mark Burnett, premiering Thursday, May 31 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.

Cameron Daddo
In each episode, Daddo will distribute clues at the start of the expeditions and preside over the Pirate's Court. The actor's Australian television credits include "Perfect Match," "The Heroes," "Witch Hunt," "Bony," "Golden Fiddles," and "Tracks Of Glory."

His U.S. television credits include Between Love And Hate, Models, Inc., FX: The Series, Hope Island and guest-starring roles in CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: Miami along with West Wing, Boston Legal and Monk.

His latest film projects include Hacia La Oscuridad ("Towards Darkness"), which will be featured at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, and the upcoming films Drifter and Passengers.

Daddo is also a musician.

He played in the bands The Nearly Smooth Guys and Baby James. His solo debut album, "A Long Goodbye," was released in 1992 and featured Keith Urban on back-up vocals and guitars. His latest music project is titled "Daddo," as well as his original one man musical/play, "House Devil, Street Angel."

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