Date of Birth
25 December 1993, Paris, France
6' (1.83 m)
Cameron MoulÃ¨ne was born in Paris, France, but at the age of two his family moved to Los Angeles. Cameron's fascination with acting began at an early age. He's pretty confident that 'Pirates of the Caribbean' was the coolest thing he'd ever seen by eight, and has since been determined to play high budget make-believe for a living. At the age of twelve Cameron was cast as the lead in his school's performance of Shakespeare's "As You Like it". At thirteen, after years of begging and putting on short plays with his siblings and friends to convince his parents to let him become an actor, Cameron met his first acting coach, Taylor Sheridan. Throughout his teens Cameron was cast for recurring roles on the Television series'; "Raising Hope" playing a young Garret Dillahunt, "Secret Life of the American Teenager", "The Cleaner", and "Longmire" as a terminally ill athlete. Cameron got his first series lead on MTV's scripted comedy "Happyland" playing the role of Will Armstrong. 'Happyland' was cancelled after only 1 season, but MTV promptly rehired Cameron on their hit series 'Faking it'. His second series lead was on the YoutubeRED hit series, "FOURSOME", which is currently going on to it's third season. While at Beverly Hills High Cameron was the first Freshman to ever be cast as the lead in a Beverly Hills High School production. He spent his Summers studying at prestigious institutions like The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, Groundlings Improv, Upright Citizen's Brigade, and with Larry Moss. Cameron was never particularly fond of high school, although he was a good student and maintained a high GPA. By his sophomore year he'd begun working on 'Raising Hope' and decided to obtain his CHESPE and pursue acting as a career. Cameron's mother, Katherine Bales Moulene is a marketing consultant and philanthropist, his father, Jean-Maurice MoulÃ¨ne is an architect. Cameron has 4 awesome siblings; his little brother Pierre who is a screenwriting major at UCLA, and his 3 adopted sisters, Maggie who works in philanthropy, Rachel who's a teacher and a scuba diver, and Annie who's an ALL-STAR baker and also still in high school.