Cameron Douglas Crigger
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Cameron was born in Victoria, B.C., on Jan 26, 1993. He resides in Vancouver, BC. At the age of 6, he was filming his first commercial. In 2002, at only 9 years of age, he worked in his first lead role in the movie Godsend (2004), alongside Academy award-winner Robert De Niro. One month after completing Godsend (2004), Cameron was filming his next lead in Birth (2004), playing the reincarnated husband of Academy award-winner Nicole Kidman. The role of "Sean" in Birth (2004) would land Cameron his first nomination for a major award. Since landing his first lead at the age of 9, he has carried 13 lead roles in major movies, and appeared in numerous TV series as a guest star. He has been a guest presenter at the Breakthrough of the Year, BC Leo and Gemini awards, as well as being nominated for 8 major awards.
He has an older brother named Bryce Nelson.
He has a German Shepherd named Broomacre's Jetsetter aka Rommel.
His favorite film is Saving Private Ryan (1998).
He plays two roles of a young boy who can "cure" a new race of human in three months: the role of Six in Ultraviolet (2006) and Leech in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006).
Has already worked twice with Rebecca Romijn: for the first time in Godsend (2004), then in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), although in the latter they have no common scenes.
Jason Reitman, who directed him in Thank You for Smoking (2005), gave Cameron a cameo role in his new movie Juno (2007), starring Ellen Page (X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), also starring Cameron) and Jennifer Garner (Alias (2001)).
Friend of actress Jodelle Ferland.
Has played a young boy who falls in love with an older woman four times: Birth (2004), Stargate SG-1 (1997) (2005), Walled In (2009) and An American Affair (2008).
[about acting] "I will do this for as long as I can. The only con to acting and being this young is the school thing. You need to have 3 hours per day of school as well as all the work hours too. It gets very tiring when you are filming and then taken to a room to do school work. I never get any rest time. It is either work or school. Once you are an adult you get to take a nap in between shots."
(About the controversy with the tub scene in Birth (2004)) "If you knew how they film movies and how ACTRA and SAG protect children actors, then you would not be asking me this question. The only people stirring up the bath water in that scene was the media".
When asked what it was like to watch his movies... "As most actors/actresses, I don't like to watch my own movies either and I never look at the daily's while filming. My favorite movies with me in them are Running Scared (2006) and Thank You for Smoking (2005). I love those two and totally got into watching those movies that I forgot I was in them".