Summerland (2004–2005)
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Ava Gregory
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Johnny Durant
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Susannah Rexford
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Jay Robertson
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Bradin Westerly
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Erika Spalding
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Nikki Westerly
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Derrick Westerly (as Nicholas J. Benson)
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Cameron Bale
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Colby Freed
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Doug Fox
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Nick Selles
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Sam Bennett
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Italian Waiter
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13 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Zac Efron's part as Cameron Bale in SummerLand
8 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

Zac Efron plays a really great part in SummerLand. I believe that Zac Efron will lead to being a great actor in a lead role of a movie. Zac shows great emotion in the show SummerLand. I also believe that Zac Efron's part in SummerLand as Cameron Bale was a great part for him to play because he is also very attractive. I also think that Zac Efron's appearance in SummerLand after many episodes really gave the show a sense of great drama. The reason for that is because he really showed great appearance with his emotions on the show. I really enjoy the scenes Zac Efron played as Cameron Bale such as, the episode "signs","space between us","Pik Nik","safe house","whats past is prologue". Those episodes are my favorite episodes that he played In SummerLand as Cameron Bale, because thats when the show SummerLand started getting more active between him and Kay Panabaker.There fore, I believe that Zac Efron plays a great role on SummerLand, as Cameron Bale.


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