As An Actor...
Cameron Arnett is an award-winning actor in television, film, and theater hailing from Port-Au-Prince Haiti and is also a film producer, a director, and a syndicated talk show producer and co-host.
Cameron has appeared on just about every major network. Past television credits include NBC’s Miami Vice, Fox’s Star Trek: The Next Generation, ABC’s China Beach and Doogie Howser MD, VH1's Single Ladies, and Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.
Today Cameron travels an average of thirty weeks a year shooting faith based and family friendly projects. He has appeared in twelve films in the last six years alone. Among his roles are “Coach Bradford” in The Order of Rights, “Logan Evans” in Champion, and “Mike” in Extraordinary. More recent successes include Cameron’s role as “Bill” in The Challenger Disaster, “Drew” in The Big Fix, “Solomon Grant” in Karen Abercrombie’s Discarded Things and “Thomas Hill” in the Kendrick Brothers’ (the makers of WAR ROOM’s) highly anticipated sixth film Overcomer.
Camy “Cameron” Arnett is currently the CEO of Camy Arnett Production Studios (CAPS). CAPS is a television, film, and entertainment company dedicated to the mission of captivating the airwaves through sound programming, presenting viable family friendly alternatives, and providing a principle centered variety to a broad market. Under Cameron’s leadership, CAPS has produced television shows such as Jesus Is My Booski, It's Pivotal and BJA Today. In addition, Cameron and his wife BJ Arnett have produced and directed their first feature film, Mattie: The Discovery, a CAPS production. It is the first installment of a trilogy, due for release in October 2019, and has been garnering awards at film festivals nationwide.
Cameron is also the CEO of BYOBB Media, an independent Christian film and television portal.
He is a dynamic speaker and host with expertise in the areas of finance, leadership, accountability, and activism. Having started out as a regular host on the talk show Atlanta Live, Cameron is a former producer and co-host of the syndicated The Christian View (TCV).
He is the founder of Saving Destinies: A Redefinition of Life Movement and the published author of the first in a series of children’s books, A Good Man: A Child’s I Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda Story (A Saving Destinies Series).
Having left L.A. at the height of his acting career to live out a life of faith, Cameron has lived in Atlanta, GA since 1998 and has not looked back. He is married to the love of his life, BJ Arnett and together, they are the parents of a blended family of five wonderful children.