Camden Harrison Sparks
Camden Harrison Sparks is an actor from Los Angeles, California. His first name is Scottish, and his middle name English. His father is Hal Sparks, an actor, comedian, political commentator, and television host. The actor has been in numerous television shows including Fuller House and The Simpsons. In addition to being an actor, he is also a musician. Camden is the only child of Hal Sparks.
Sparks was a popular TV personality before he made the transition to acting. He appeared on several shows starting in 1994. He appeared in an episode of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman in 1994 and also starred in a short-lived game show called Treasure Mall. Later, he appeared in the music video for Fall Out Boy, “Beat It.” He also appeared on Robot Chicken.
Born in the United States, Camden Harrison Sparks is an American citizen. He has not yet been featured on Wikipedia, although his father has dedicated a profile to him. Sparks is a 9-year old boy who stands at an average height. He also weighs a healthy weight. His net worth is estimated at $2 million. However, his father has not made it public, so he hasn’t revealed his height.
Sparks’ career has been a success, but his personal life has also grown. After starring in the Disney pilot Lab Rats, he became a father. The show was ordered by Disney in 2012, and he debuted his son on Father’s Day 2011. He continued to host free radio shows online for his fans and even landed his own show on WCPT, called “The Hal Sparks Radio Program”.
Camden’s biological mother is not known to the public. However, many sources suggest that Summer Soltis may be Camden’s mother. The couple has not confirmed Summer’s birth mother, despite rumors. However, some sources suggest that Camden was conceived through a surrogate. His father, Hal Sparks, started his career as a comedian. He was a winner of the Chicago Comedy Competition, and has a radio program that airs worldwide. He has also appeared in TV talk shows.
Sparks’ stand-up comedy career began at a young age. Sparks was 17 years old when he was named Chicago’s Funniest Teenager. Sparks appeared in many movies and shows, and he credits his father for encouraging him into a career as a comedian. His career as a stand-up comic began in the 1990s, when he was just fifteen years old. He has also worked with “Queer As Folk,” a NBC comedy series.