Cameron Thor

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Cameron Thor
Born Gregory Cameron Thor
(1960-03-17) March 17, 1960 (age 55)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor, screenwriter, film director, acting coach
Years active 1984–2014
Carter Thor Studio

Gregory Cameron Thor (born 17 March 1960), better known as Cameron Thor, is an American actor, screenwriter, film director, and acting coach. He is best known for his appearances in the films Jurassic Park and Hook.


Thor appeared in the 1991 films Hook and Curly Sue. He is best known for playing Lewis Dodgson in the 1993 film Jurassic Park. While his character was a major part of the sequel novel, The Lost World, the character was left out of the film. He now works as an acting coach in Los Angeles. He and Alice Carter co-own Carter Thor Studio.



Year Title Role Notes
1984 Summer Seaweed Television film
1986 Modern Girls DJ #1
1988 War Party Lindquist
1988 Punchline Audience Participant
1991 Curly Sue Maitre d'
1991 Hook Ron
1992 A Few Good Men Commander Lawrence
1993 Jurassic Park Lewis Dodgson
1994 Clear and Present Danger DEA Surveillance Agent
2001 Comforters, Miserable Father Ken
2002 Windtalkers Mertens
2002 Heroes Detective Crawford
2005 Undiscovered Cameron
2013 Ring of Fire Doctor Renner Television film


Year Title Role Notes
1988 Tanner '88 Secret Serviceman Episode: "Child's Play"
1988 Freddy's Nightmares Gary Episode: "Freddy's Tricks and Treats"
1988 China Beach Chaplain Episode: "X-Mas Chn. Bch. VN, '67"
1990 Matlock Paul Knight Episode: "The Student"
1992 Mann & Machine Phillipp Kurvers Episode: "Torch Song"
1992 Cheers Marketing Analyst Episode: "The King of Beers"
1993 Star Trek: The Next Generation Narik 2 episodes
1995 SeaQuest DSV Dumont Episode: "Destination Terminal"
1999 The Net Randall Weathers Episode: ""

Personal life[edit]

On June 4, 2014, Thor was charged with the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office. He was bailed for $2.6 million[1] later reduced to $1 million. The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office filed 14 counts against Thor including kidnapping and sexual assault against a minor, specifically a 13-year-old girl who sought acting lessons. The District Attorney alleges that Thor gave the girl "a controlled substance … marijuana" and sexually assaulted her. Thor pleaded not guilty to all 14 counts.[2] The alleged victim, Jordyn Ladell, named herself in an interview before the trial.[3]


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