Cameron's sincerity and honesty place him in that dreaded high school category of "Nice Guy." He fell for Bianca at first sight, but he tripped over his inexperience with the fairer sex. First she didn't notice, then she thought he was her "GBF," and finally she leveled with him: It's not happening. So where does that leave this love struck puppy?
Nicholas Braun plays Cameron, whose sincerity and honesty places him in that dreaded high school category of "Nice Guy." He was instantly smitten by Bianca, but his newfound motivation to get the girl was undermined by his inexperience with the fairer sex. He is just a boy trying to win over a girl.
In June 2009, Braun appeared in the Disney Channel's made for television movie, "Princess Protection Program."
Born in Long Island, New York, Braun knew from a very young age that he would be an actor. He was introduced to the art when his father, Craig, at the late age of 54, decided to change careers entirely to pursue a life long dream of becoming an actor. During his high school years, Braun attended Saint Mark's, a boarding school in Massachusetts. His career was put on hiatus, while he focused on his academia, until one of his most important roles to date came along his sophomore year, in 2004. He landed a leading part in the Disney summer blockbuster, "Sky High," which starred Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston. He captured Disney's attention and that lead to his next film, Disney Channel's Original Movie "Minutemen."
Nicholas' other film credits include the recently completed, "Love at First Hiccup," independent movie "Carry Me Home" and Showtime's "Walter and Henry," in which he starred as "Henry" opposite John Larroquette's "Walter." Nick has had numerous guest starring roles on network TV series including "Cold Case," "Without a Trace" and "Law & Order: SVU," to name a few.
Off screen, Braun donates his time to the charity organization, Young Storytellers Foundation, where underprivileged children are given the opportunity to write short scripts and watch them performed live by actors. Braun has performed in approximately 25 productions, as both a mentor and an actor. In addition to acting, Braun is a gifted musician and enjoys singing and playing the trumpet. He is a huge sports fan, enjoys snowboarding and playing golf and tennis.