ICFF Actor of the Year Nominee, Cameron Arnett, Lands Recurring Role on Amazon Prime's Vindication
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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