Kirk Cameron

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Kirk Cameron

Born

10/12/1970, Panorama City, California

Birth Name

Kirk Thomas Cameron

Gender

Male
8.2
out of 10
User Rating
89 votes

Biography

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As a star in a few TV commercials, Kirk Cameron's acting career started at the age of nine. After some guest appearances on TV shows, Kirk got his first starring role on the small screen in Two Marriages (1983-1984). The drama show was only short-lived, but Kirk did…more

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    • Kirk: In Fireproof, there is a romantic and touching scene where he (Kirk's character) kisses his wife. Because I have a commitment not to kiss any other woman, my wife Chelsea came in to the set and wore the dress my character's wife wore. We shot the scene in silhouette, so when I kiss my wife, I'm actually kissing my wife and honoring our marriage. It's a personal commitment I have made to my wife.

    • Kirk: I sometimes found myself more comfortable around my TV family than I did with my own parents and sisters.

    • Kirk: (on a TV show interview) The Hollywood lifestyle was just overwhelming. A party here, an interview there, magazine and modeling shoots daily, your face everywhere and girls throwing themselves at you. As great as it felt at the time, I still felt something missing, and that I needed to change.

    • Kirk (On creationism): To say that the banana happened by accident is even more unintelligent than to say that no one designed the Coca Cola can.

    • Kirk: (On his Christian faith) I was 17 years old. I was an atheist who became absolutely convinced that God does exist. He saved me from hell and offered me eternal life, and I couldn't ignore that.

    • Kirk: Think of someone you know who's not saved but you may be afraid to share the Gospel with that person. I've found a way that's radically effective in training people to share the Gospel.

    • Kirk: Put your nose into the Bible everyday. It is your spiritual food. And then share it. Make a vow not to be a lukewarm Christian.

    • Kirk: Our first priority is our kids.

    • Kirk: I'm not perfect in my walk but I want to do the right thing.

    • Kirk: I was experiencing all the success the entertainment industry has to offer, but I knew there had to be something more. It was sort of through that God prepared me to hear about His great plan.

    • Kirk: I could have anything I wanted and if I didn't have it, it was because I didn't want it.

    • Kirk: I came all this way for a reason. Today is the day of salvation. Trust Jesus to save you. Then be sincere as God knows a pretender.

SUBMIT REVIEW
  • does a GREAT job on "Way Of The Master" show

    10
    He does a fantastic job on Way of the Master, which airs weekly on TBN.org. He has such a great way to effectively explain to anyone the need they have for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

    He is clear, focused, and very articulated. You can tell that he is not just reading a tele-prompter, but he is indeed talking from hours of study of his subject matter, and his deep and honest believe in what he is sharing. He also uses props and scenery to explain something abstract. An example: He and the other host were talking about the STEPS it takes to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and he used STEPPING stones to cross a creek. Each step he took, he would explain the step of presenting the Gospel. It's not "WWJD?", it's "WDJD?" (What Did Jesus Do?)moreless
  • Kirk is a great man, a man after Gods own heart. He is truly an inspiration to anyone who is afraid to stand up in a crowd for what he believes in.moreless

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    To be in the hollywood lime light and looked up to by so many, and to stand up and say ' I wont do that, I wont compromise my morals or do anything to cause another to compromise theirs or temp them to disobey Gods comands, and not worry about the rejection and shun of hollywood, and un- Christian fans, is amazing. He is an amazing man, and I respect him so much and all the work he does for Christ. I "adored" him as a teen, ( I was in his "fan club" and everything) when he was considered a teen hearthrob. I had read all the Left Behind books, and when he made those into movies, I watched them all. I wish I could be more like him and his wife in sharing my faith, and not worrying what other people might think of me.

    Wonderful work, wonderful man, wonderful Christian.moreless
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