Cameron Dye

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Cameron Dye
Born (1959-04-09) April 9, 1959 (age 62)
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)
(m. 1990⁠–⁠1998)
Children2

Cameron Dye (born April 9, 1959) is an American actor and singer.[1][2] He played "Fred" in the movie Valley Girl (1983), and also had roles in The Last Starfighter (1984), National Lampoon's Joy of Sex (1984), Body Rock (1984), Fraternity Vacation (1985), Scenes from the Goldmine (1987), Out of the Dark (1989), Men at Work (1990), and The Tavern (1999).

Dye was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dye's family moved around the United States and in the mid-1970s he attended Sylvania High School in Sylvania, Ohio. Later, Dye moved to California and attended Mills High School in Millbrae, California and UCLA. He was married to actress Laura San Giacomo from 1990–1998, with whom he has a son named Mason. He also has a son, Calvin, with actress Tracy Middendorf.[3][4]

Dye is a founding member of The Actors' Gang theatre troupe and has performed in plays for the company.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1983 Valley Girl Fred Bailey
1984 The Last Starfighter Andy
1984 Joy of Sex Alan Holt
1984 Body Rock E-Z
1985 Fraternity Vacation Joe Gillespie
1985 Heated Vengeance Bandit
1987 Scenes from the Goldmine Niles Dresden
1987 Stranded Lt. Scott
1988 Out of the Dark Kevin Silvers
1989 Miami Vice Det. Jack Andrews Also w/ Laura San Giacomo
1990 Men at Work Luzinski
1992 Deuce Coupe Link Malone
1997 The Apocalypse Lennon
1997 Cannes Man Richard Hedd
1998 Bury the Evidence The Boyfriend
1999 The Tavern Ronnie
2002 The Gray in Between Steve
2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Leland Brooks Episode: "Jackpot"
2006 CSI: NY Damon Runyon Episode: "Stuck on You"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kang, K. Connie (27 December 2003). "Spiritual Blend Appeals to People of Many Faiths". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  2. ^ Miranda, Carolina A. (20 January 2017). "Culture and Trump: The Actors' Gang joins theater world's national call to create light for 'dark times'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  3. ^ RYON, RUTH (13 May 2001). "For Sitcom Star, It's 'Just Move Me'". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  4. ^ Parkyn, John (3 February 2002). "Name Dropping". Sun Sentinel. Retrieved 4 January 2018.
  5. ^ Watts, Jr., James D. (8 April 2008). "One of the gang". Tulsa World. Retrieved 4 January 2018.

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