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Updated: Sep 8, 2022

By Cameron Arnett PR

September 8, 2022

Cameron Arnett's range seems to know no limits. The Haitian born actor brought us everything from the chilling courtroom scene in Stand Your Ground to the father daughter Kleenex moments of Overcomer. The award winning actor even made us despise his role as the heinous Solomon Grant in Discarded Things. We never know what to expect and his upcoming projects are no exception.

On September 16, in theaters nationwide Arnett will be featured alongside Brett Varvel of American Underdog and Todd Terry of Vindication in the film Running the Bases.

This film follows the career of a small town baseball coach who takes a job at a 6A high school. As a man of faith he is confronted on his nonconventional coaching methods and has to make a decision. Cameron Arnett takes on the role of Sam Parker, a character described as insightful and brilliant yet quirky. While we can see a bit of Thomas Hill's wisdom in the character, audiences may not be expecting the lighter side of Sam Parker.

Running the Bases is simply the next in a succession of roles for Arnett in faith based film. In 2020's I Still Believe, the Jeremy Camp story, Arnett came alongside Riverdale's KJ Apa and Britt Robertson as the doctor who diagnoses the wife's cancer. 2021 brought us his role of Special Agent Colbert in Don't Say My Name, a harrowing story inspired by true events of human trafficking. Don't Say My Name recently made its international premiere in August of this year in the Dominican Republic after releasing in theaters nationwide the previous year.

Running the Bases is not Terry and Arnett's first collaboration, in that both appeared in Vindication Season 2 and are set to appear in Season 3. Arnett will also appear as Dr. Hassler in The Author which premiered in Kansas City and Baton Rouge early fall of this year. First Responders is set to release on October 24, followed by the movie I CAN, release date yet to be announced.

For those of you that enjoy a good TV series, we have you covered too. Be on the look out for the series, Eleanor's Bench and Saving Grace along with These Stones from Cheryl McKay Price, writer of The Ultimate Gift and Extraordinary.

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Updated: Sep 5, 2022

By Cameron Arnett PR

April 24, 2022

Photo Credit: Overcomer

U.S. actor and producer Cameron Arnett has become known as the actor who chose Christ over Career. In the early '90s he walked away from a starring role in an NBC prime time series refusing to do partial body nudity. He is currently the founder of Christ Over Career, a movement of believers who've chosen to make the same decision in their industries.

After being away from Hollywood for two decades, Cameron returned to the big screen in 2013 with a commitment to making quality content. He is widely known for his role as Thomas Hill in the Kendrick Brother's Overcomer and Joe Anderson in Jared O'Flaherty's Vindication Season 2. Both are available on multiple streaming platforms, one of which is Pure Flix, the #1 Christian Video on Demand streaming service.

Photo Credit: Vindication

Pure Flix subscribers have undoubtedly seen Cameron's work on the platform this year. Apart from Overcomer and Vindication, Discarded Things, Tulsa, The Challenger Disaster, The Big Fix, Treasure Lies, and Champion all feature Arnett and are available on the Pure Flix.

The Arnett/Pure Flix connection continues to expand. In February of this year, Cameron and co-star Jennifer Taylor filmed Saved by Grace, a SkipStone Pictures produced PureFlix Movies Original TV Series.

Production updates are still under wraps. It was released however that this dynamic cast and crew wrapped in Betonville, Arkansas during the snow storm of 2022. Hats off for the completion of this project in chilling temps and 9 inches of snow!

Soon after, Cameron shot Christmas Angel (formerly Celeste's First Christmas), directed by Josh Menning and co-starring Karen Abercrombie of War Room, coming to PureFlix in 2022.

In a recent interview with Pure Flix Insider Cameron shared the legacy of faith he's leaving behind which is the motivation behind his drive. He shared the following with host Billy Hallowell:

Photo Credit: Saved By Grace
"I want to do people good. I want to be a Christ-like person to humanity. I see myself as someone who wants to bring a dignity back to the realm of acting as a Christian."

Cameron is impacting the industry without compromise alongside other giants esteemed for their integrity and excellence in media. Pure Flix is here to tell their stories.

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Updated: Mar 24, 2021

BY Pivotal R. Sales, Camy Arnett Production Studios

March 22, 2021

2021 is proving to be another successful year for actor, director, producer Cameron Arnett.

On the heels of an interview with Epoch Times' Joshua Phillip of Crossroads gone viral and a successful run as a keynote speaker at the Texas based Content 2020 Film and Media Festival, the onslaught of good success has not let up.

Camy Arnett Production Studios is honored to announce that Arnett will be playing the recurring role of Joe Anderson in the faith based crime drama episodic Vindication.

He will be coming alongside cast members Todd Terry of Arlington Road and Breaking Bad and Peggy Schott of Fear the Walking Dead.

This Amazon series is directed by Jarod O'Flaherty, and is now streaming on PureFlix and RedeemTV as well.

Arnett has also been nominated for the 2021 International Christian Film and Music Festival's (ICFF's) Actor of the Year People's Choice Award.

This is the second year that he is up for this honor. He was awarded ICFF's 2020 Actor of the Year for his roles as Thomas Hill in Overcomer, Dr. Furst in

I Still Believe and Solomon Grant in Discarded Things for which he won best supporting actor at the Canadian International Faith and Family Film Festival.

ICFF is the largest national Christian film festival in the country and one of the largest internationally. It garners over 5,000 people yearly and awards films and filmmakers from around the world.

Earlier this year, Arnett made appearances on the BET + Original Redeemed and Make It Clear Studio’s short film Trafficked.

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