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Cameron and his castmates recently took home a NAACP Image Award win for his breakout role in NETFLIX’s “Family Reunion,” and he is spending this time gearing up to release new music from with producer Nick Cannon on board to promote. Now on stay at home orders from filming season 2 in Los Angeles, Cameron’s Netflix series “Family Reunion” features an all-star ensemble cast including Tia Mowry (Sister, Sister), Loretta Devine (Madea’s Big Happy Family), and Richard Roundtree (Shaft). In “Family Reunion,” which is penned entirely by black writers, Cameron stars as ‘Mazzi McKellan,’ whose family lives the good life in Seattle- their father was an NFL star and they have everything they want… except diversity. That all changes though, as their family vacation suddenly turns into a hilarious and touching, cross-country move to a small town in Georgia, where they get to know an extended family they didn’t even realize they were missing. At just 14 years old, Cameron is an old soul with a jaw-dropping voice who cut his teeth dazzling theatergoers nationwide in the touring production of “Motown: The Musical.” Wright starred in the sold out nationwide tour in three iconic roles: a young Barry Gordy, a young Stevie Wonder and the crowd pleaser himself, a young Michael Jackson. Based on the autobiography of Berry Gordy – who founded Motown records in 1959 as an outlet for black artists – the musical was nominated for eleven 2016 NAACP Theatre Awards, and won four of them. Music mogul Nick Cannon’s latest musical and multi-talented prodigies – Ncredible Crazy Kids – is taking over for 2020, and features Cameron J. Wright as lead singer of the teen super group.

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