Freckle-faced youth Cameron Boyce is a child actor, who, at only 10 years old, was as busy as many established performers twice or three times his age. Starting out as a child model for print ads and catalogs, he soon graduated to commercials and music videos, first appearing in a significant TV role as a recurring character on the soap opera "General Hospital: Night Shift" in 2008. The same year, Boyce made his film debut in the unsettling horror movie "Mirrors," starring Kiefer Sutherland, and soon thereafter was featured in the big-budget surveillance thriller "Eagle Eye," featuring Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan. In 2010, Boyce portrayed one of the many children in the Adam Sandler-led ensemble comedy "Grown Ups," playing the son of the actor's character. Boyce showcased his formidable dance skills in an installment of "The LXD: The League of Extraordinary Dancers" and later appeared on episode of the family sitcom "Good Luck Charlie." Continuing to remain active in Hollywood, Boyce had a supporting role in the feature comedy "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer," an adaptation of Megan McDonald's popular kids' book, and also began working as a regular on a Disney Channel television series entitled "Jessie."