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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 25 December 1962Morrison, Illinois, USA
Birth NameDean Eikleberry
Nickname Dino
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Dean Cameron was born on December 25, 1962 in Morrison, Illinois, USA as Dean Eikleberry. He is an actor, known for Men at Work (1990), Ski School (1990) and Summer School (1987). He has been married to Jessie S. Marion since April 9, 2004.

Spouse (1)

Jessie S. Marion (9 April 2004 - present)

Trivia (15)

A graduate of Norman High School, Norman, Oklahoma.
Read for the part of "Mike Damone" in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982).
Studied with Ron Burrus and at the Loft Studio, both in Los Angeles.
Is a hard-core Libertarian
Appeared at the Libertarian National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia in May, 2004. [Libertarian Party News Online, October 24, 2003].
Plays bass for Hollywood Ca. band, The Thornbirds.
Former roommates with Eric Stoltz in the early 80s. Cameron drove Stolz to the auditions for Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (the film version).
Studied under the same acting coach, Peggy Feury, as both Sean Penn and Eric Stoltz. When she was killed in a car accident in 1985, Cameron and Penn both spoke at her funeral service.
Is the inventor of the Bill of Rights: Security Edition cards, which are sturdy, playing card size, pocket-sized sheets of metal with the first Ten Amendments to the Constitution printed on them. These cards are for those who are frequent fliers on commercial airliners, considering that they can set off the airport metal detectors. The idea is that, if federal inspectors and workers find these cards, one will have to give up his Bill of Rights when searched before boarding a plane. With the exception of the Fourth Amendment which is printed in red, all the other nine amendments are printed in black.
Studied acting in Los Angeles with Ron Burrus and with both William Traylor and Peggy Feury at the Loft Studio.
He's a founding of L.A.'s Young Artists United. He resigned after reading "Amusing Ourselves To Death".
Grandson-in-law of Charles R. Marion and Elena Verdugo.
Son-in-law of Richard Marion and Ruth Silveira.
Brother-in-law of Maggie Marion.
Plays bass guitar in local L.A. band called "The Thornbirds", (formerly known as "The Ducks"). [October 2003]

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