Cameron McKendry was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, where he knew he wanted to be an entertainer since he was just 3 years old. His career began with just dancing, mostly hip-hop- being invited to join the prestigious second class at Shaker Dance Academy in Shaker Heights, Ohio, at 8 years old- being paired up with teenagers and young adults. He then transitioned into acting at the age of 9, and began performing in professional and community theater in the Greater Cleveland area, including the Cleveland Play House in downtown Cleveland (A Christmas Story & Inherit the Wind). Around the age of 14, he transitioned into film- starring in numerous independent feature films, short films, and local and national commercials in Ohio. In 2014, Cameron made the move to Los Angeles, where he currently lives. Upon moving to LA, Cameron was signed with talent manager Ryan Daly at Zero Gravity Management, and later signed with agent Jason Zenowich at Abrams Artists Agency. He is mostly known for his leading role as Alex Dickerson in the 2016 PureFlix/Universal Studio’s film I’m Not Ashamed (2016), centered on the life of Rachel Joy Scott- the first victim of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting. He is also known for his role in My Friend Dahmer (2017), playing a bully named Moose at Jeffrey Dahmer’s high school. Other films Cameron has starred in include Madtown (2018), starring This Is Us star Milo Ventimilgia, with Cameron portraying the role of Mike Joss; The Pastor (2018), with Cameron playing the lead role of troubled teen Jacob Holloway; and An Accidental Zombie (Named Ted) (2018), has Cameron playing the lead role of Ted, a man who’s in denial about an evil curse turning him into a zombie- also starring American Horror Story’s Naomi Grossman, comedian Gary Anthony Williams, and Friday the 13th’s Kane Hodder. Other credits in Cameron’s career include indie flicks Since I Don’t Have You (2013), Young Harvest (2013), Chasing Death (2013), A Reprise (2013), and Nickelodeon’s Supah Ninjas. He recurred as the role of conservative student union president Josh in the fifth season of Freeform’s hit series The Fosters (2018), and will be recurring in the upcoming third season of GO-90, Stage 13, and Warner Bros’ horror-comedy series Snatchers (2017), who’s first two seasons premiered at SXSW.