Cameron Bright is a Canadian actor best known for his role as the Volturi vampire Alec, twin brother to Jane (played by Dakota Fanning), in the Twilight films New Moon (2009), Eclipse (2010) and Breaking Dawn, Part II (2012).
He is best known to television viewers for his starring role as Angie's son Manny, an average seventeen-year-old boy and a human cyclone of hormones, insecurities, joy, fear and a deep and abiding belief in his own immortality, in the police procedural television drama series Motive.
Bright's credits include the independent films Little Glory, Walled In, Normal and An American Affair. His feature credits also include X-Men 3, directed by Brett Ratner; and appeared in Final Girl, opposite Abigail Breslin.
In Jason Reitman's Golden Globe-nominated film Thank You For Smoking, Cameron played Aaron Eckhart's son and in Wayne Kramer's thriller Running Scared, he starred opposite Paul Walker.
He also appeared on an episode of The 4400 (episode: "The Wrath Of Graham") as a high school student named Graham Holt who develops an ability after injecting himself with Promicin.
Cameron also starred opposite Nicole Kidman in Birth, a performance that garnered him a Broadcast Critics Choice Award for Best Young Actor.