Cameron has spent years both behind and in front of the lens. As a stage performer and actor at heart, Cameron found his love and passion for acting and filmmaking through his father's influence over the years. Beginning with inspiration from 1989's "Batman," directed by Tim Burton, Cameron's drive for the medium has grown exponentially year by year.
Cameron grew up in Colorado, following in the footsteps of 20-year local radio and entertainment legend, Dean Radice. Today, Cameron's unique personality and character traits support strong evidence for being raised on an unhealthy amount of Looney Toons, Batman, and the Six Million Dollar Man.
At the age of seven, Cameron was gifted with his first black and white Tyco video camera, which subsequently spawned an all out assault of silly movies, over-dramatic presentations, and character monologues.
After graduating from high school in 2007, Cameron decided to pursue his dream at a higher level by enrolling at the Colorado Film School where he would later graduate with a degree in writing and directing.
In 2010, Radice was nominated by a blue ribbon panel from the Casting Society of America as a top 5 up and coming actor for the "Hollywood Awards," propelling his career to an all new level. Not long after, Cameron won a nationwide search to star in the pilot, “12 Hours in Hollywood.” He followed that up by winning a worldwide search to attend Margie Haber’s Intensive Studies course in Los Angeles- where he made life long friends and collaborators who continue working with him today.
In December of 2012, Cameron began production for "Road Less Traveled," his first large scale, Los Angeles based passion project. The uniquely written and powerful dramatic short hit a home run with audiences at Raleigh Studios Hollywood and The LA Movie Awards, where it received Honorable Mention. It is also set to screen at the Chinese Theater in West Hollywood as part of Hollyshorts’ independent film screenings.
Cameron re-assembled his award winning team behind “Road Less Traveled” in 2014 to tackle his romantic comedy, “Riviera.” The film, which Radice directed and starred in, debuted at the Los Angeles Comedy Festival in 2015.
In 2016, Cameron began guest starring in television shows such as CBS's Emmy nominated "The Inspectors," OWN's "The Haves and the Have Nots," and Amazon's new period drama series, "Good Girls Revolt."