Cameron Mahkent is a character in The CW and DC Universe series, Stargirl.

Cameron is a reserved student at Blue Valley high school with an affinity for floral designs. He is the son of American Dream founder and ISA member, Jordan Mahkent.


Cameron was born to Jordan and Christine Mahkent in Blue Valley, Nebraska. Eight years ago, Cameron's mother Christine was very ill after being exposed to an unknown toxin. Cameron's father, Jordan, held his son's hand and led him into a bedroom where Christine lay dying. Cameron gave her a drawing of a flower from her garden, to which she happily thanked him. She expressed her pride toward him and hugged him close. She told him to never stop drawing as he is talented. She expressed her love for him, with him emotionally returning the sentiment. The heart monitor began to accelerate and scared Cameron, which caused Jordan to pull him back saying that it's alright. Cameron ran out of the room and sat in the hallway and cried. Cameron later witnessed his father freeze the garden.


Cameron is a quiet and reserved student who stays to himself. He is a talented artist and often uses his art to help others feel better. This is expressed when a young Cameron gave his dying mother a floral design, and again when he painted a beautiful floral mural over the word "slut" on Yolanda's locker. He is kind to Courtney when she introduces herself and seemed to appreciate that she lied about Joey getting her card right to avoid hurting his feelings.

Physical Appearance

Cameron has curly black hair and brown eyes.


Season 1

Notes and Trivia

  • Cameron was raised primarily by his Grandparents, despite the presence of his father, Jordan Mahkent.[1]
  • Cameron is a talented artist in floral design.

Comic Comparisons

  • In the comics, Cameron takes on the villainous moniker of Icicle, Jr., having inherited cryokinesis from overexposure to his father's cold ray gun. He would go on to marry and have a daughter with fellow next-gen Injustice Society member Artemis Crock/Tigress.



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