Brynn Cameron

Brynn Elaine Cameron aka Brynn Cameron (born July 8, 1986, in Los Angeles, California, USA) is a former professional American basketball player, sports personality, and businesswoman. She is also known as the ex-fiancee of NBA player Blake Griffin.

Early Life of Brynn Cameron

The basketball player was born on July 8, 1986, in Los Angeles, California, to her mother, Cathy Cameron, and father, Stan Cameron. She has two brothers, Jordan and Colby Cameron, and a sister, Emily Cameron.

She is 33 years old as of 2019 and was born under the sign of Cancer. Her nationality is American, and her ethnicity is White. In terms of education, she attended Newbury Park High School. She then completed her studies at the University of California, graduating with a degree in Sociology.

Who is Brynn Cameron Dating Currently?

In terms of her personal life, she is unmarried and in a relationship with NBA player Blake Griffin. She previously dated Matt Leinart, with whom she had their first child, Cole Cameron Leinart, in 2006. Blake and Cameron welcomed two children, Finley Elaine Griffin and Ford Wilson Cameron Griffin.

Estimated Net Worth of Brynn Cameron

According to sources, the former basketball player has a net worth of $755k as of 2019.

Brynn Cameron: Rumors and Controversy

There was a rumor that her relationship with her fiancé Blake Griffin had ended due to his affair with American supermodel Kendall Jenner. She even filed for divorce in court for this reason. Blake, on the other hand, denied the rumor and asked her to retract the divorce issue.

Body Measurement of Brynn Cameron

She is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 56 kg. Aside from that, she is not active on any of her social media accounts.

Brynn Cameron’s Professional Career

  • To begin with, she began playing basketball in college, where she was the leading scorer with 9.8 points per game.
  • However, due to a nagging hip injury in 2005-2006, she was unable to play in the majority of the matches.
  • Cameron made a comeback in the 2007-2008 season. She hit 40 three-pointers and averaged 5.8 points per game the same year. She also appeared in 28 games, starting six of them.
  • During her college career, she amassed 131 career three-pointers and ranked fifth all-time with a 34.5 percent 3-point shooting percentage.
  • She worked as an interior decorator after graduation. However, in 2012, she worked as a sports marketing executive for Addidas and Gatorade.
  • She is also a former USC basketball player.