Cameron Finley


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Joseph Cameron Finley (born August 30, 1987) is an American former child actor.

Finley was born in Garland, Texas, the son of Lexa Iann (née Aulgur), a spiritual healer, and Charles David "Chuck" Finley, a software developer. He has two siblings, Taz and Stopher. When he was three, he was taken by his parents to an acting seminar near his home. He started his career when he was featured in several commercials, for things such as Shout, Taco Bell, and Brinks Security. Finley appeared in the films A Perfect World, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Hope Floats, and Leave It to Beaver (as the title character). He continued acting until the age of 12. Cameron chose to quit acting so he could go to school full time and "be a normal kid". He currently attends UC San Diego. His last performance was a co-starring role in the TV movie One True Love with David Hasselhoff.

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1997: Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver - Leave it to Beaver
2000: Kanin 'Canine' Crosby - Perfect Game
2000: Max Weiland - Time Share
1998: Travis - Hope Floats
1993: Doug Carver - What's Eating Gilbert Grape