- 1 Who is Victor Boyce?
- 2 How rich is he right now? Victor Boyce net worth
- 3 Early life, nationality, ethnicity
- 4 Personal life, wife and children
- 5 Death of his son
- 6 Career
- 7 The Cameron Boyce Foundation
- 8 Appearance and vital statistics
- 9 Who was his son? Cameron Boyce short wiki/bio
Who is Victor Boyce?
Born on February 23, 1962 under the zodiac sign of Pisces in the United States, Victor Boyce is a 58-year-old trail racer, mountain biker, and cyclist, but is probably best recognized as the father of the late Cameron Boyce, who rose to fame as a Disney Channel star . Victor runs his official Instagram account with nearly 780,000 followers and his official Twitter account with nearly 50,000 fans.
How rich is he right now? Victor Boyce net worth
Victor Boyce’s son was one of the most famous Disney Channel stars and had a net worth of $5 million at the time of his death. His family probably inherited all the fortune that Cameron Boyce acquired during his successful career in the entertainment industry.
Early life, nationality, ethnicity
Victor’s father’s name is not available, but his mother is Jo Ann Boyce, a nurse and activist. She was one of the “Clinton Twelve”, the first group of African-American students to attend Clinton High School in Clinton, Tennessee after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education rule. His mother also co-authored the book “This Promise Of Change; The story of a girl in the fight for equality in school”. Victor is an American by nationality. He belongs to a mixed ethnic group as he is of African American and Afro-Caribbean descent.
Personal life, wife and children
Victor Boyce has been married to Libby for over 20 years – she is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent, and is a social worker by trade, working for the Homeless People charity and working with Skid Row. Libby gave birth to their first child, a son named Cameron, on May 28, 1999, and they welcomed their daughter Maya on December 28, 2001.
Death of his son
Victor’s son, Cameron Boyce, was found dead on July 6, 2019 – he died in his sleep at his family’s home in Los Angeles, California at the age of 20. The cause of his death was an epileptic seizure, confirmed by the autopsy report released by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner on July 30, 2019. He was previously diagnosed with epilepsy.
Victor Boyce enjoys spending time in nature and is an avid trail racer, mountain biker and cyclist. His first bike was a Schwinn Sting Ray, and after it was stolen, Victor replaced it with a Schwinn Varsity 10 speed in green color. In addition, Victor is active on his official Instagram account under the username ‘the victorboyce’, who regularly posts photos of his family. He also runs his official Twitter account under the username ‘@TheVictorBoyce’.
The Cameron Boyce Foundation
After the death of his son Cameron, who was known as an activist, Victor settled down The Cameron Boyce Foundation in his honor, to support the causes that mattered to him, including clean water and ending gun violence.
The foundation is also committed to making people aware of epilepsy.
Appearance and vital statistics
Victor Boyce is bald and has dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in), while weighing about 70 kg, and his vital statistics are 40-30-32; his bicep size is 13.5 inches. His shoe size is 9 (US).
Who was his son? Cameron Boyce short wiki/bio
Cameron Mica Boyce was born on May 28, 1999 under the zodiac sign of Gemini in Los Angeles, California, USA. He lived with his parents and sister until May 2019 when he moved in with friends and former co-stars Sophie Reynolds and Karan Brar. He attended the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies and also trained in ballet, tap dance, break dance and hip hop; he was even a member of the breakdance group ‘X Mob’.
Cameron’s professional career began in May 2008, when he appeared as the child version of guitarist Ryan Ross in the music video for the song “That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)” by the band Panic! at the disco. The same year, he made his television debut in the recurring role of Michael ‘Stone’ Cates Jr. in the Soapnet prime time soap opera “General Hospital: Night Shift”, which was followed by his screen debut as Michael Carson in the supernatural horror “Mirrors”, directed by Alexandre Aja. He also played Sam Holloman in the 2008 spy action thriller “Eagle Eye”.
In 2010, Cameron appeared as a dancer in an episode of the web series “The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers”, and then landed the role of Keithie Feder in the comedy movie “Grown Ups”starring alongside Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Salma Hayek – he would later reprise the role in the sequel, titled “Grown Ups 2”, in 2013. In 2011, he starred as Hunter in the 2011 Summer comedy “Judy Moody And The Not Bummer”, for which he jointly won the 2012 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast, and then guest starred in the series ‘Good Luck Charlie’ and ‘Shake It Up’, both broadcast on the Disney channel.
After that, Cameron was chosen to play the lead role of Luke Ross in the comedy series “Jessie” created by Pamela Eells O’Connell and aired on Disney Channel from 2011 to 2015.
He also provided the voice of Jake in the Disney Junior’s musical and interactive children’s series “Jake And The Never Land Pirates” between 2012 and 2014. Cameron next played the role of Carlos, the son of Cruella de Vil, in the made-for-television musical fantasy adventure comedy movie “Descendants” in 2015 – it was the first episode of the “Descentdants” franchise, which consists of three movie titles, so he later reprized the role of Carlos in the sequels “Descendants 2” (2017) and “Descendants 3” (2019). He also did a voiceover in the computer-animated short series “Descendants: Wicked World” from 2015 to 2017. During the same period, Cameron portrayed Conor in the Disney XD comedy series “Gamer’s Guide To Pretty Much Everything”.
In early 2019, Cameron was selected to play the lead role of Zach in the HBO comedy miniseries “Mrs Fletcher” based on Tom Perrotta’s novel of the same name. In April of the same year, he appeared as a dancer alongside Christine Flores in the music video for Hozier’s song “Almost (Sweet Music)”. Cameron’s last appearances were in the lead role of Cal in the upcoming independent thriller film “Runt”, which is set to release in July 2020. In addition, he completed the “Paradise City” series, which is currently in post-production.
Activism and charity work
In 2017, Cameron was awarded with the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Promotion Announcement for his performance alongside his grandmother Jo Ann Boyce in the Disney XD series “Timeless Heroes – Be Inspired”, in which she talked about her experience as one of the famous Clinton Twelve. In addition, Cameron was known for his charity work and activism. He partnered with Thirst Project and created a campaign that helped raise over $27,000 for the organization, winning the 2018 Pioneering Spirit Award. He also collaborated with other organizations, including the HomeWalk, It’s On Us, and the Lucstrong Foundation.
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