Sue Cameron


Author Sue Cameron gives new meaning to the name writer-journalist. Since her graduation from USC's Journalism School she has been a daily columnist and TV editor for the Hollywood Reporter, columnist for TV Guide, a newspaper editor, a magazine editor, director of daytime program development for ABC Network, and is an original founder of Women in Film. She has written over 2500 columns and interviews reporting on Hollywood celebrities and business stories.

Her blog is widely read, and she spends much of her time now on the sea lecturing about Hollywood for the top cruiselines. In 2014, she did over 12 cruises.

Cameron has appeared as a Hollywood commentator on "Dateline NBC," the "E Channel," Maury Povich, "Entertainment Tonight," CNN's Show Biz Today," "Inside Edition," A & E’s Biography, and many others, including numerous radio shows. She was a regular on KCAL-TV’s daily show "Live in L.A." covering the entertainment industry. She also had her own radio show heard every Sunday on KABC.

She was the editor of the first music underground newspaper, THE KFWB HITLINE, and was the weekly teen-age TV reporter on the ABC Network show “Happening, with Paul Revere and the Raiders,” as well as “Boss City,” “Surf City,” “Ninth Street West,” “Live in L.A" with Steve Edwards, and numerous other shows.

She has been an Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing at Pepperdine University, and her articles have appeared in Cosmopolitan, Movieline, Los Angeles, California Homes, Connoisseurs Guide, Hamptons, and other national magazines. While at ABC-TV she was responsible for putting the first game show with a woman host on the air, heading the development of “Family Feud,” and supervising “General Hospital.”

Cameron is also a consultant to actors and entertainers. Some of her past and current clients include Teri Hatcher, Joely Fisher, Lesley Ann Warren, Kim Novak, Valerie Harper, Lynda Carter, Phoebe Snow, Carole King, Dusty Springfield, and many more.

Her second novel, "Love, Sex & Murder," was published by Warner Books, and sold to producer Douglas Cramer and NBC for a TV movie. Her first novel, "Honey Dust," was also published by Warner Books. The movie rights to "Honey Dust" were bought by Lifetime Productions.  Her first cookbook, "The New Bible Cookbook," was just released. She is busily working on her third novel.    Her love of the communications industry extends to hospitality and food and travel as well. She has been all over the world, and her articles have appeared in Connoisseurs Guide, California Home, Hamptons, Channels, and the Peninsula Hotel magazine. She also is a consultant to certain companies.

Cameron was the youngest reporter ever invited to join the Hollywood Women's Press Club. She was inducted into the WIF Legacy Hall of Fame, and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, AFTRA, and SAG. She is member of the L.A. Advisory Board for the Dream Foundation, a board member of C.O.A.C.H. for Kids, and a co-chair of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Southern California Leadership Council. She is also a consultant to entertainment and hospitality industry clients.