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Cam McHarg

Cam grew up acting in school plays and making home movies with friends in the rain-soaked, working-class suburbs of the Pacific Northwest. After serving a brief stint in The Marine Corps, he won a scholarship to study full-time for two years at The Lee Strasberg Acting Workshop in Seattle. Cam later moved to Los Angeles, where he studied at the famous Actor’s Studio as a work observer, and worked in theater, commercials, and television for several years. It was after he appeared in two short films at The Sundance Film Festival in 2003, that he decided that he really wanted to get behind the camera. Cam co-produced his first feature documentary/comedy, “Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat, and Beers”, which premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival. In 2005, Cam was accepted on scholarship into the prestigious undergraduate film program at Art Center College of Design, where he worked on many spots and PSAs, and where he won a Gold Addy Award and 4 Telly Awards for his commercial directing. He currently resides in Los Angles with his enormous, overweight cat.

Short film credits

Director, Producer, Screenwriter
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Kicking Sand in Your Face

United States | Feb 2008 | 8:42
Sometimes revenge isn't so sweet...
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