Kirk Cameron is a famous actor. He is mostly known for his roles in such shows as ‘Bret Maverick’, ‘Growing Pains’, ‘Full House’ and many others. In addition to this, Kirk has also appeared in different movies. For example, ‘Fireproof’, ‘Like Father Like Son’ and others. During his career as an actor, Cameron has won such awards as Young Artist Awards, People’s Choice Award, Golden Globe Awards and many others. How rich is Kirk Cameron? It has been announced recently that Kirk’s net worth is 20 million dollars. This amount might grow in the future if Kirk continues his career as an actor.
Kirk Cameron Net Worth $20 Million
Kirk Thomas Cameron, or simply Kirk Cameron, was born in 1970, in California. Cameron has 3 sisters and one of them, Candace Cameron Bure, is also an actress and is mostly famous for her role in ‘Full House’. Kirk’s father was a teacher and his mother took care of their home and his sisters. Kirk began acting from a very young age. At first he appeared in a commercial for cereal. Later, when Cameron was 13 years old, he got a role in the show entitled ‘Two Marriages’. This made Kirk Cameron’s net worth grow. After this role, he received even more opportunies to act in different shows, and one of his most famous roles was that of Mike Seaver in ‘Growing Pains’. It not only had a huge impact on the growth of Kirk Cameron’s net worth, but also made him noticed by authors and allowed him to become more famous. Because of his great looks, Cameron soon became popular among teenage girls and this led to his appearances on the covers of such magazines as 16, Teen Beat and Tiger Beat. This of course influenced Kirk’s net worth.
After acting in many television shows, Kirk started to appear in movies as well. He acted in ‘The Growing Pains Movie’, ‘Left Behind: The Movie’, ‘Left Behind: World at War’,’ Left Behind II: Tribulation Force’, and other movies. These appearances made Cameron’s net worth higher. Kirk’s latest appearance is in the documentary movie entitled Unstoppable, directed by Darren Doane. To talk about Kirk’s personal life, Kirk is married to a famous actress Chelsea Noble, who also acted in ‘Growing Pains’. Chelsea and Kirk have six children; two of their own and four others who are adopted.
Finally, it could be said that Kirk Cameron is a very talented actor who is becoming more and more famous. All Cameron’s life is related with the movie industry as even his wife is an actress. Maybe it is quite a good thing as they understand each other very well. Let’s hope that in the future Cameron will appear in more movies and that Kirk Cameron’s net worth will eventually increase further. Cameron has also proved that he is a very generous person as he has adopted four children and takes care of them like of his own. It is a perfect example for many of us.
Became a "born again" Christian while working on the show Growing Pains (1985). He admits that his religious beliefs put him at odds with the show's writers and that he flatly refused to do parts of the scripts as presented, but was willing to work around or to edit the offensive content.
Now a Christian evangelist, with Ray Comfort, in "The Way of the Master" organization.
Began acting at the age of nine, appearing in television commercials and guest roles. His first starring role was at the age of thirteen in the series Two Marriages (1983).
Has six children, four of whom were adopted: Jack (born 1996), Isabella (born 1998), Anha (born 1999), and Luke (born 2000); and two biological: Olivia Rose (born July 18, 2001) and James Thomas Cameron (born April 13, 2003).
(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.
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.
"I sometimes found myself more comfortable around my TV family than I did with my own parents and sister." - About working on Growing Pains (1985).