Cameron Arnett is an award-winning actor in television, film, and theater hailing from Port-Au-Prince Haiti. He is also an author, speaker, film director, and producer. Cameron has appeared on just about every major network. Past television credits include NBC’s Miami Vice, Fox’s Star Trek: The Next Generation, ABC’s China Beach and Doogie Howser MD, VH1's Single Ladies, and Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns. Today Cameron travels an average of thirty weeks a year shooting faith based and family friendly projects. He has appeared in twenty films in the last seven years alone. More recent successes include his role as “Dr. Furst” in I Still Believe, Seventeen Magazines #1 Romantic Movie of the Year, Thomas Hill in Overcomer, the Kendrick Brothers’ #1 family film for 2019, Sam Sr. in Mattie: The Discovery, Solomon Grant in Karen Abercrombie’s Discarded Things, Bill in The Challenger Disaster, and Logan Evans in Champion. Mattie: The Discovery is also Cameron’s directorial debut.Cameron was awarded Actor of the Year by the International Christian Film and Music Festival for 2020.Camy “Cameron” Arnett is currently the CEO of Camy Arnett Production Studios (CAPS). CAPS is a television, film, and entertainment company dedicated to the mission of captivating the airwaves through sound programming, presenting viable family friendly alternatives, and providing a principle centered variety to a broad market. Under Cameron’s leadership, CAPS has produced television shows such as Jesus Is My Booski, It's Pivotal and BJA Today. In addition, Cameron and his wife BJ Arnett have produced and directed their first feature film, Mattie: The Discovery, a CAPS production. It is the first installment of a trilogy and has garnered awards at film festivals nationwide. He is a dynamic speaker and host with expertise in the areas of finance, leadership, accountability, and activism. Having started out as a regular host on the talk show Atlanta Live, Cameron is a former producer and co-host of the syndicated The Christian View (TCV).He is the founder of Saving Destinies: A Redefinition of Life Movement and the published author of the first in a series of children’s books, A Good Man: A Child’s I Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda Story (A Saving Destinies Series). Having left L.A. at the height of his acting career to live out a life of faith, Cameron has lived in Atlanta, GA since 1998 and has not looked back. He is married to the love of his life, BJ Arnett and together, they are the parents of a blended family of five wonderful children. BJ Arnett is a Producer, Director, Costumer/ Wardrobe Stylist Buyer and Educator of over 40 years. Former NBC 11 Alive Noonday anchor and entertainment/lifestyle reporter, Mrs.BJ Arnett is no stranger to the film and entertainment industry. As host and associate producer of Employment Line and Primetime for Georgia Public Television, additionally, TV69, (now CW) with Community, Beat of the City and Soul of Atlanta, BJ is familiar with investigative reporting and producing with her current talk shows BJA Today produced by Camy Arnett Production Studios and This Day with BJ Arnett. Past film credits include Made in Heaven and Marc Pease Experience as well as Adrenaline and Grantham Rose, in which BJ plays the daughter of Marla Gibbs, who portrays Rose. One of her favorite roles was playing DeAndria Keanna Kelly, alongside her husband, Cameron Arnett in the five time Dove Award winning film, Stand Your Ground. She was also head of costuming, designing the leading lady’s notorious red suit. BJ just completed the film Tulsa where she plays a tough director of social work. She is known as the "go to person" for connecting with other industry professionals and discreet guidance in fashion, film and television. She has also served as Public Relations Director, VP of Membership and continues to sit on the board of directors for WIFTA, Women In Film and Television Atlanta for the past 3 years as co – chair of the Gala committee team. BJ Arnett also sits on the Programs Committee for the largest film festival in the country, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. With her company, Model Majesty, LLC, she trains and books production talent for fashion, film and television events. She and her husband, director, producer, and actor Cameron Arnett, are executive producers of their first feature film Mattie: The Discovery and producers of the film Destined to Love You. BJ is also an associate producer of The Challenger Disaster. Together, she and her husband serve on Union City, Georgia’s Mayor’s Faith Initiative Committee, The Global Media Summit Board of Directors and she is mentor to numerous women across the country with Model Majesty, LLC. Mrs.Arnett, has an MBA, BA in Fashion Merchandising and an AA in Fashion Design. She is currently an assistant professor in fashion merchandising at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia where she is a millennial workplace development specialist, the founder of Fab Lab - a retail training space, the founder of New York City student “Trends and Tours” fashion excursion and the creator of the very first HBCU Fashion Week which has initiated partnership between fashion, art, film and entertainment industries through a series of workshops and panel discussions.
91. Empowering Lives with Purpose, Interview with BJ Arnett
Women World Leaders' Podcast
Today's guest - producer, director, actress, costume/wardrobe stylist and educator for over 40 years, BJ Arnett - will delightfully inspire you with her content. BJ is a woman on the move. Her enthusiasm will bring you a smile because she is joyfully contagious and busy about God's business. She will encourage you, motivate you and empower you to be a living testimony of God's great love.
Changing Communities Through Business With Value—Interview With BJ Arnett
Business can work for something more than just a source of income. Through good business practices, and employers who look for the best in the people and help them foster these good values, business can also be a force that helps change people and communities for the better. To learn more about this approach to business, we've invited to speak with us BJ Arnett, a CEO of Camy Arnett Production Studios. ⭕️ Subscribe for updates : http://bit.ly/CrossroadsYT ⭕️ Donate to support our work: https://www.bestgift.tv/crossroads ⭕️ Join Patreon to Support Crossroads: https://www.patreon.com/Crossroads_Josh
Camy & BJ Arnett have done it all in the world of media – writing, directing, acting, hosting, producing. Camy’s role in the recent Kendrick Brothers film “Overcomer” won him accolades including Actor of the Year. However, what stands out most about the Arnett's is not the accomplishments, it’s their character.
BJ Arnett shares her testimony, which entailed sexual abuse and self abuse, to becoming a survivor healed and free because of Jesus. You will also hear BJ encourage each of you to SAY LESS/BE MORE just as God's Word teaches us in Matthew 28. Everyday BJ chooses to be the light in a dark world. Go to www.bjarnett.com to connect with BJ. BJ Arnett is a Producer, Director, Costumer/ Wardrobe Stylist Buyer and Educator of over 40 years. Former NBC 11 Alive Noonday anchor and entertainment/lifestyle reporter, Mrs.BJ Arnett is no stranger to the film and entertainment industry. As host and associate producer of Employment Line and Primetime for Georgia Public Television, additionally, TV69, (now CW) with Community, Beat of the City and Soul of Atlanta, BJ is familiar with investigative reporting and producing with her current talk shows BJA Today produced by Camy Arnett Production Studios and This Day with BJ Arnett.