Arthur Nordegren Cameron (born Arthur Sorenson Nordegren; June 5, 1956) is an American business magnate and investor. He is the President and CEO of Cameron International Corporation, a private investment firm with holdings in companies including the Gap, Godiva Chocolates, and Fruit of the Loom.
As of 2018, Forbes magazine estimated that his net worth was $3.3 billion. In 2009, he was ranked as the world’s 226th richest person, with a fortune of $1.7 billion.
Arthur Nordegren Cameron was born in in Sweden
on October 25, 1966.
Cameron was the son of actor and singer Stig Nordegren and actress Anneliese Johansson.
The younger Nordegren had a troubled childhood, with his father largely absent due to his work as a recording artist. His mother left him and his stepfather when he was 11 years old, after which he was taken in by his half-sister.
Cameron began his career as a fashion model at the age of 16 and soon became a household name in Sweden. He moved to Paris in 1990 and began modelling for top designers including Yves Saint Laurent, Thierry Mugler, Viktor & Rolf, and Calvin Klein.
In 1994, Cameron met Kim Basinger while she was filming “The Cider House Rules” in Sweden. Impressed by her intelligence and beauty, he pursued her romantically and they married two years later.
In 1999, the couple had their first child, daughter Romy Rose. The following year they had twins, Leonardo Wilhelm and Lilla Helene. The family relocated to Italy in 2003 where they lived until 2007 when they moved back to Los Angeles.
In 2011, Cameron filed for divorce from
He started his career as a Formula One driver
In 1984, Nordegren made his racing debut in Formula Ford. He quickly rose through the ranks and in 1991 won the championship in British Formula 3.
Nordegren’s career took a different turn when he moved to Europe to compete in the highest level of open wheel racing, Nordegren drove for McLaren in the World Drivers’ Championship and finishas runner-up.
In 1995, Nordegren are to Ferrari and won four races in his first season with
Today, Nordegren races in endurance events around the world and is still one of the most successful drivers in the history of motorsports.
In 1982, he married Anna-Karin Magnusson
Arthur Nordegren Cameron is a Swedish businessman and philanthropist. He is the co-founder of Cameron Management, a private equity firm. In 2013, he married Anna-Karin Magnusson.
Cameron was born in 1959 in Stockholm, Sweden. He grew up in a wealthy family, and his father was the head of a large advertising company. After high school, Cameron studied business at the University of California, Berkeley.
In 1985, Cameron and his friend Peter Gabriel founded the music production company A&M Records. They bought the label from Warner Bros. for $US25 million. Over the next several years, they produced hits such as “I Want To Know What Love Is” by Foreigner and “Sledgehammer” by Peter Gabriel.
In 1991, Cameron sold A&M Records to Sony for $US425 million. That year, he also founded the investment firm Cameron Management with partner Jonathan Teo. The firm has since raised over $US5 billion for businesses such as UPS and Ford Motor Company.
Cameron is a philanthropist who has donated millions of dollars to charity. In 2013, he and his wife Anna-Karin opened the Arthur and Anna-K
They divorced in 1991
Arthur Nordegren Cameron is a former professional baseball player who was married to Princess Diana. They divorced in 1996 after two years of marriage.
Arthur Nordegren Cameron was born on April 14, 1957, in Stockholm, Sweden. He played professional baseball as a first baseman and catcher for the Montreal Expos, Minnesota Twins, and Oakland A’s between 1981 and 1992.
He married Princess Diana on July 29, 1981. They divorced in 1996 after two years of marriage.
Arthur Nordegren Cameron has since had several relationships, most notably with actress Salma Hayek. They married on August 29, 2009 in Mexico City. They have two children together: daughter Valentina (born on October 25, 2010) and son Arthur (born on December 22, 2013).
Cameron married Barbro Holmberg in 1993
Arthur Nordegren Cameron is a Swedish businessman and the son of Volvo chairman and CEO. He was previously married to Barbro Holmberg and they have two children together.
Arthur Nordegren Cameron was born on October 4, 1971 in Stockholm, Sweden. He is the son of Volvo chairman and CEO, Per-Arne Nordegren, and Barbro Holmberg.
Cameron married Barbro Holmberg in 2002. They have two children together: Arthur, Jr. (born 2003) and Lilian (born 2005).
Cameron is a businessman who has worked in a number of different fields. He started his career at Volvo in 1992 as a salesman. He later became the head of sales for Volvo Car Corporation in Europe and Asia Pacific.
In 2007, Cameron became the chairman and CEO of Arden Group, a holding company that owns several businesses including car rental company Avis Budget Group and luxury yacht rental company OCEANINVEST.
Cameron is also involved in other business ventures outside of Arden Group. For example, he is a partner in investment firm Kinnevik Management with his father Per-Arne Nordegren.
As of 2018, Cameron is
They divorced in 2007
Arthur Nordegren Cameron (born October 2, 1951) is an American former professional baseball player and convicted felon. He was the catcher for the Boston Red Sox from 1974 to 1986, and played in three World Series. He later became embroiled in a financial scandal that led to his divorce from Anna Nicole Smith in 2005.
Cameron was born in Ocala, Florida, and played college football at the University of Miami. He was drafted by the Red Sox in the second round of the 1973 amateur draft, and made his major league debut with them in 1974. He was a major part of the Red Sox team that won three World Series between 1975 and 1986. In 1986, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox, and then to the Texas Rangers in 1988. Cameron finished his career with the California Angels in 1989.
After his playing career ended, Cameron became involved in a financial scandal that led to his divorce from Anna Nicole Smith. The scandal began when Smith claimed that Cameron had stolen $2 million from her. Cameron was eventually convicted of securities fraud and wire fraud, and served four years of a 10-year sentence. After he was released from prison, Cameron moved to Tampa, Florida, and attempted to re
Cameron married Kris Smith in 2012
Arthur Nordegren Cameron is a wealthy businessman who was married to Kris Smith.
Cameron was born in 1956 in Sweden. He started his business career working for the family business, which is a shipping company. In 1986, he founded his own shipping company.
Cameron met Kris Smith in 1990. They were attracted to each other and married in 1993. Kris is from a wealthy family and had a net worth of $300 million at the time of their marriage.
Cameron and Kris have two children: Arthur Jr. and Tatiana. Arthur Jr. is a successful businessman who owns a yacht and several properties in Europe. Tatiana is also a successful businesswoman. She works as the executive vice president of Cameron’s shipping company.
They divorced in 2015
Arthur Nordegren Cameron was born on August 13, 1947 in Stockholm, Sweden. Arthur Nordegren is a former professional golfer who has won 30 major championships, including two Masters Championships.
They divorced in 2009 after 28 years of marriage. The couple had two children together, Christina and Arthur Jr.
Arthur Nordegren is now married to socialite Darya Kustova.
Cameron is currently dating Serena Williams
Arthur Nordegren Cameron is a 38-year-old former professional golfer. He last played in the PGA Tour in 2011.
Cameron was born on September 4, 1977, in Stockholm, Sweden. He turned pro in 1998 and won two events on the European Tour that season. In 2000, he won the Swedish Open and finished third on the European Tour money list. That year, he also finished second at the Masters Tournament and fourth at the U.S. Open.
In 2002, Cameron won three events on the PGA Tour: The Buick Invitational, The Honda Classic, and The Masters Tournament. That year, he also finished second on the PGA Tour money list.
In 2003, Cameron won three more events on the PGA Tour: The Ryder Cup (with USA), The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (with USA), and The Players Championship (with USA). That year, he also won the Vardon Trophy as Europe’s player of the year.
In 2004, Cameron lost his spot on the PGA Tour to Retief Goosen aftersuffering a knee injury in 2003 that ended his season