| Cameron Van Hoy|
| Film actor|
| May 21, 1985 (age 30) (1985-05-21) California, USA|
Actor, producer, writer and director
1998–2002 · 2008-present
David & Fatima, Pups, Treasure Of The Black Jag, Love Hurts, Tooken
Alain Zaloum, Ash Baron‑Cohen, Mike Bruce, Michael Schultz, Barra Grant
Cameron Van Hoy Wikipedia
Cameron Van Hoy (born May 21, 1985) is an American actor, producer and writer. He first came to attention as the protagonist of Pups (1999), a critically acclaimed indie crime drama.
Van Hoy attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School in New York City.
Van Hoy's first role was as Cody in the family film, One Small Hero. In 1999 Van Hoy garnered considerable critical acclaim when he starred alongside Mischa Barton and Burt Reynolds in the indie crime drama, Pups written and directed by Ash. Van Hoy portrays Stevie, a frustrated adolescent that decides to stage a bank heist after discovering a gun in the family home. Along with Barton, film critic Roger Ebert called their work in the film "two of the most natural and freed performances I have seen by actors of any age."
Van Hoy followed up his breakout role on Pups with guest appearances on the TV series, Hey Arnold!. He returned to the screen in 2008 after a 6-year absence, starring in David & Fatima. The drama is an updated retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet but based on the love between an Israeli man and a Palestinian woman. In 2009, he made several guest appearances as Eddie Alvarez in the TV series, Crash. He later appeared in the independent drama, Love Hurts (2009). Van Hoy also wrote and starred in Treasure of the Black Jaguar (2010).
In 2012, Van Hoy was reunited with his former Pups on-screen girlfriend and co-star, Mischa Barton. The pair feature in the music video for Noel Gallagher's Everybody's on the Run.