- Made his feature debut in the 1986 sports comedy The Best of Times, and starred in Like Father, Like Son the following year.
- Met future wife Chelsea Noble when she appeared as his love interest in a 1989 episode of Growing Pains.
- Reteamed with Noble in 1995 to costar on the WB sitcom Kirk.
- Founded Camp Firefly, a wilderness retreat in Georgia for seriously ill children and their families, in 1989.
- Returned to the big screen in 2000, starring in an adaptation of Left Behind, based on the popular series of Christian novels.
- Cohosted and produced Way of the Master, a spirituality focused reality series that promotes sharing the Christian faith.
- Chronicled his rise to fame and religious development in Still Growing: An Autobiography (2008).
- 1988, People's Choice Awards — Favorite Young TV Performer: Winner
- 1989, People's Choice Awards — Favorite Young TV Performer: Winner
- 1989, Golden Globe — Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television: Nominee
- 1988, Golden Globe — Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television: Nominee
- Chelsea Noble — Wife
- Olivia — Daughter
- Barbara Cameron — Mother
- Luke — Son
- Jack — Son
- Isabella — Daughter
- Robert Cameron — Father
- Melissa — Sister
- Candace Cameron-Bure — Sister
- James — Son
- Bridgette — Sister
- Anna — Daughter
- Birth Name: Kirk Thomas Cameron
- Birth Place: Panorama City, California, United States
- Profession: Actor, TV host, Christian evangelist
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