Russian born actor Cambell Westmoreland is known for his role on Robert
Rodriguez's “Shorts” (2009). He has appeared in other films
like “Martha” (2008), “The Boys of Ghost Town”
(2009) and “Doctor S Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies: The
Apart from acting, Westmoreland plays soccer, football and baseball. He
loves to travel and has resided in three countries (Mexico, Russia and
The United States). He is also a dedicated beachgoer.
Westmoreland becomes a member of TXMPA (Texas Motion Picture Alliance),
which helped pass a $60 million film incentive package for the State of
Texas, and the National Junior Honor Society. He has a rescued Border
Collie named Lincoln Lexington Texas Austin
Childhood and Family:
Cambell Westmoreland was born on May 28, 1996, in Moscow, Russia, but
was reared in San Antonio, Texas. His nickname is Wesmo. He serves as
quarterback in his school's football team.
The Boys of Ghost Town
Cambell Westmoreland took an acting class as a child and eventually
landed an agent. At age 12, he made his screen debut in “Drawing
Closer” (2008), a short drama directed and written by Carl Thiel
and starring Kira Azulay, Shastia Azulay and Myrna Cabello. It was
followed by a notable turn as Marc Davenport in the short film
“Martha” (2008), by Katja Straub.
In 2009, Westmoreland was cast as young Danny in “The Boys of
Ghost Town,” a drama film directed by Pablo Veliz and starring
Nova Aragon, Evie A. Armstrong and Luis Caldeira. Later that same year,
he worked with director Robert Rodriguez on the family/comedy movie
“Shorts,” in which he was cast as blinker #1. Besides, he
portrayed the role of little Johnny in “Doctor S Battles the Sex
Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie,” a comedy/horror film directed
and co-written by Bryan Ortiz. The film starred Rick Carrillo, Alicia
Shaddeau and Billy Jaeger.
In 2015, Westmoreland is set to play the role of Kenny in
“Untitled 12-Year Project,” originally titled
“Boyhood.” The drama film is directed and written by
Richard Linklater and will star Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette and
Westmoreland also has appeared in several stage plays and in commercial campaigns for Wal-Mart and Sears.