A self proclaimed “Capitol Hill Brat,” Cameron spent most of her teenage years working for dozens of Politicians including Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, Senator Majority Leader Bill Frist, Assistant Majority Leader Don Nickles, and Head of the NRCC Don Reynolds. By age 19 she had risen through the ranks to work for the White House staff at the G8 Summit.
Only a year later, Goodman settled in Los Angeles California to become a series regular on the hit MTV improv comedy show, “Nick Cannon Presents Wild N’ Out.” As the cast’s youngest comedian and one of three females in the comedy show, she competed in improvisational games before a live audience, and quickly learned to battle rap against teammates and hip hop legends such as Run DMC, Kanye West, Lil John and Little Wayne (to name only a few).
She went on to guest star and recur in multiple sitcom and unscripted television shows including ABC’s “Sons and Daughters”, Disney Channel’s “The Suite Life of Zac and Cody”, MTV’s “Video Awards” and “Exposed,” and was then added to the cast of Alexandra Wentworth’s unscripted Starz original comedy series “Headcase” as Wentworth’s uninhibited and misguided younger sister. She can be heard in Disney’s animated series “Phineaus and Ferb” and performed the voice of Ron White’s daughter on TBS’s animated “Ron White Show”. She also landed lead and supporting roles in unscripted films such as David Zucker’s “American Carol,” and screwball comedies such as Leslie Neilson’s “Brand Dead,” Wesley Jonathan’s “Speed Dating”, Markus Goller’s “Friendship,” and Brian Drolet’s “2 Dudes & A Dream” (Partial list).
Currently, Cameron can be spotted daily at 6pm on MTV’s newly introduced “Disaster Date.” Cameron is partial to this unusual and energetic prank show because of her involvement in its creation. Unsuspecting Los Angelinos are set up on blind dates by their friends, while the cast of comedians and misfits set out to personify the person’s ultimate nightmare date. In each episode, Goodman can be seen personifying a new zany character with entirely new baggage, back stories and caveats of insanity. “It’s by far the most fun I have ever had,” Goodman declares.
Comedy, however, is not the only world in which Cameron has made successful strides. She was brought on as the lead in Edward Anderson’s “Shuttle,” which premiered at the South by Southwest film festival, and Harry Bromley Davenport’s “Frozen Kiss”. She appears opposite Billy Bob Thornton, Kim Bassinger and Mickey Rourke in Brett Easton Ellis’ “The Informers”, which was directed by Gregor Jordan and premiered this past year at the acclaimed Sundance Film Festival. She can also be seen alongside Michael Chiklis, Lucy Liu and Nick Lachey in Lionsgate’s “Rise.” More recently, she appeared in CBS’S “Cold Case,” “NCIS”, and “CSI:NY”, as well as A&E’s “The Cleaner”, FX’s “Son’s of Anarchy,” TNT’s “The Closer”, Nickelodeon’s “South of Nowhere” and AMC’s “Mad Men.”
Cameron is very excited to see the premier of her new Sy-Fi movie this winter, “The Phantom”. Goodman plays the love interest of Ryan Carnes (“the Phantom”) in this modernized comic book film, directed by Paolo Barzman. She is elated to become a part of the sci-fi world of which she has always been a fan.