Bravo’s latest addition, “Southern Charm,” promises to take viewers “inside the world of Charleston, South Carolina’s most aristocratic families to reveal a world of exclusivity, money and scandal that goes back generations.” And on it is a familiar face.
Cameran Eubanks, who is one of six cast members on the show, has a history in reality TV. Back in 2011, Cameran appeared on MTV’s “The Real World: San Diego.” Fans will remember her as the sweet Southern girl who brought a sense of innocence to a show that typically stands for the opposite.
Throughout her stint on “The Real World,” Cameran continued to embrace her good girl persona, aside from a one-time hot tub hookup with her co-star.
Now that she will be appearing on “Southern Charm,” fans will be seeing a more in-depth look at Cameron’s life in South Carolina.
Cameran’s official Bravo bio says, “A born-and-bred South Carolinian, Cameran recently turned 30 and is embracing her new decade by turning to real estate after a ten-year stint in the cosmetic industry. This southern belle is fully embracing her life in Charleston and considers herself a modern woman who loves a day on the beach with a good book.”
Joining Cameran on the show are Craig Conover, Jenna King, Thomas Ravenel, Shepard “Shep” Rose, and Whitney Sudler-Smith.
Craig Conover grew up in Delaware with a family of athletes. Once an aspiring pro-baseball player, Craig’s dreams were shattered by an elbow injury he sustained in college. Following the injury, Craig obtained a degree in finance before transferring to the Charleston School Of Law.
Jenna King is an aspiring designer, currently working on launching a glove line and has plans for a future line of sunglasses. Jenna is the daughter of a retired Air Force pilot and is an animal lover.
Thomas Ravenel is a man of many trades. After receiving several degrees, he went on to found his own commercial real estate development company in Atlanta. Nearly ten years later, Thomas was elected to the office of State Treasurer.
Shepard “Shep” Rose was once quite the party boy, traveling from Virginia to Palm Beach Island, and even Dubai, but that’s not all he’s about. Shep has dabbled in the resort development business and attended business school in Nashville.
Whitney Sulder-Smith is the Mr. Hollywood of the cast. In the last 17 years, he has composed screenplays and independent films, including “Going for Baroque,” “Afternoon Delight” and “Bubba and Ike.” Whitney also directed the documentary “Ultrasuede,” about fashion designer Halston.
“Southern Charm” premieres on March 3 at 10/9c on Bravo TV. A half-hour preview will air on February 3 at 11:30/10:30c.
Photo courtesy of Robert Ascroft/Bravo
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