Boyce sought to follow in their footsteps and hoped his philanthropy would be the legacy he left behind.Quoting fellow actor Denzel Washington while he accepted his award at the Thirst Gala (via ), Boyce said, "I've never seen a U-Haul behind a hearse …In an interview with "I was, like, maybe 11, and I had a 'girlfriend,' and I tried to kiss her on her forehead, but she went on her tippy toes. The comedian only used the script as "a mere suggestion" and Boyce had to learn to adapt. Just the nicest, most talented, and most decent kid around. As I grew, I developed a knack for recognizing ugly traits found in the industry. But at least I didn't fall victim to the harsh reality most child actors endure." .Though the young actor was the one who was initially starstruck, he clearly left an impact on Sandler, too. "It was a bad way of dealing with fame, but it's a scary feeling to know that everybody is looking at you all the time." Thankfully, Boyce found his way out of the darkness and decided to use his success to boost the profile of his charity work.Remember: La Beouf got his start on the Disney Channel, too.Boyce also dove into the steamy, betrayal-laden world of soap operas.In 2017, Boyce flew halfway around the world to celebrate Brar's 18th birthday with him in Australia (while the rest of us cross our fingers and hope our friends remember to send a measly birthday text).
Cameron Boyce and Karan Brar might have only played sibling on television, but the pair formed a real-life brotherly bond.
The Disney star teamed up with the Thirst Project, a charity that helps bring clean drinking water to underdeveloped countries.
According to he raised more than ,000 to build two wells in Swaziland.
He scored a role on the soap spin-off, In a series of tweets, the star opened up about how she pitched, produced, cast, and directed the series "right outta high school," which made her Disney's youngest female director and producer.
Before landing the role of Luke Ross, Boyce had only appeared on the Disney Channel for small, one-off roles in series like , and Debby Ryan, this girl who I had watched for three years on Disney Channel, walked through," he said. that was like really cool to just like see her and then know that okay, now it's real." Jo Ann Allen Boyce — who's cited as Cameron's "greatest inspiration" — was part of the Clinton 12.